• Samsung
  • SIA-stacked-lin_FC-RGB
  • BENEFITZ-Future-Thinkers-Tiny---black-on-clear

Whanganui Presentation Training Workshops

Love your Coast Training Workshops

Wed, May 14, 2014
to
Wed, May 14, 2014
Whanganui Regional Museum
LYC-Training-Whanganui-1200x800

Our experienced staff has delivered educational programs to nearly 100,000 people, motivated tens of thousands of volunteers to remove over a million litres of rubbish from the coast, and planted thousands of trees alongside our waterways. Now we are looking for people to help us spread our educational messages far and wide.

Please join us for our Presentation Training Workshops in Whanganui on Wednesday 14 May, as part of our nationwide Training Workshops and Tree Planting Tour.

Our Presentation Training Workshops are free to attend and will pass on the core public speaking skills and knowledge necessary to deliver our proven ‘Love your Coast’ litter-awareness presentation, which teaches simple steps and creative changes that we can all make to look after our coastlines.

Workshops are two hours in length and involve a multimedia presentation and interactive training session. Both workshops will be held in the Museum Theatre at the Whanganui Regional Museum at the following times:

  • Wednesday 14 May, 11.30am to 1.30pm
  • Wednesday 14 May, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

We would love to see you there. You don’t need to bring or prepare anything, however to allow us to plan for numbers, please indicate which workshop you will attend through our registration form at the link below.

REGISTER HERE

Registration only takes 30 seconds, we promise! We hope to see you there!

Parking

For the 11.30am workshop there are limited parks near the Museum so we recommend parking on Bell Street, which is about 200 metres closer to the Whanganui River. For the 6.30pm workshop there is parking available right outside the Theatre door, which enters the Museum from the Watt Street side, rather than the Museum front entrance. Free Parking is also available behind the Museum, with the entry from Watt Street at the rear of the building (Watt Street curves around the Museum).

Questions or more information

Call Camden Howitt on 021 212 7287 or email camden@sustainablecoastlines.org