Don’t miss the next Liberating Structures Workshop in Vancouver! Get your tickets soon, space is limited for this event.

Liberating Structures are a collection of powerful facilitation strategies that can be used in classrooms, meetings, planning sessions, team days, workshops, presentations, etc. They are seriously fun methods to engage and work together.

Who should attend? Faculty, Instructors, Learning Designers, Leaders – all who are called to facilitate learning, meetings, processes, communication, groups, and change.

Why should you attend? We will explore as many of the 33+ structures as we can in 2 days, and think together about the application to different contexts. Everyone will leave with new tools and ideas to bring to their facilitation practice(s).

  • When: November 7 & 8, 2018
  • Where:  Metropolitan Hotel  645 Howe St. Vancouver, B.C. (map)
  • Standard registration: $595 includes 2 days of active learning, breakfast, lunch, breaks.
  • Early bird registration: ($495!) available for the first 5 registrants Early bird is sold out.

The BCcampus Learning Access Program for Educators (LAP-E)

The BCcampus Learning Access Program for Educators (LAP-E) helps support instructors and teaching faculty from B.C. public post-secondary institutions to attend BCcampus professional development opportunities. Currently accepting applications to attend the Liberating Structures Workshop 2018 – Now closed


Please contact the Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver directly to book your room, specify you are registered for “LS Workshop” when booking:

Complimentary childcare

Complimentary childcare will be available to attendees of this event. Visit complimentary childcare for complete details. Please note, spaces are limited and you must register for childcare when registering for the event. Last day to register for childcare for this event is October 24, 2018.


Why should you join us for the next Liberating Structures workshop?
Here is what past participants had to say…

“This was a rare event that gave me a number of techniques I can apply immediately, while also providing a context for deeper reflection into the practice.”

“High quality of the facilitators, nice environment, interactive activities with application focus.”

“Absolutely new ways to think — and rethink — about tricky issues.”

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