Here is some feedback from our recent Person-Centred Creativity taster day:
– Really enjoyable good to have a safe space
– I really enjoyed myself
– I enjoyed today although it took me out of my comfort zone
– 10 out of 10
– I really enjoyed today and would recommend it to other nurses where I work
– Brilliant day
– 10 out of ten
– I enjoyed today
– A lot of good fun, I learnt a lot
– I enjoyed it very much
– I thought it was excellent
– Very good, thought-provoking
– Very much
– Amazing, fantastic facilitation, very infectious and inspiring
– Very much, everybody participated and I felt very comfortable to join in.
What did you get out of today?
– Time to remember why I enjoy this line of work
– The importance of play, role-modelling, enthusiasm
acceptance and belief in every individual and in their ability to express themselves eloquently and creatively
– It reminded me of how much we expect of clients and also being open to new ways of working with people
– Engagement techniques
– Plenty to think about and new exercises to work on the ward
– It will help me to enhance my group work in the centre and it restored some positivity in myself
– Artwork and active listening
– Learnt head stuff, all very interesting
– Insight, new ideas about how to use creativity
– Interesting and informative day, I really enjoyed drawing and house building. Thank you
– Lots more knowledge, more information, team work with other agencies
– An opportunity to play, have fun, explore creativity, meet people and laugh
– Art doodle exercise, shadow exercise
– Food for thought
– A sense of confidence to do more creative sessions, lots of ideas
– The shadow concept was new to me I can see the relevance especially in a work setting
Will you use Person-Centred Creativity in your work place?
– Yes I will use some of the ideas, definitely the theory and engagement techniques
– I will use the art and shadow exercises in the future
– All the activities I intend to use, real food for thought
– I will use the name exercise, maybe a modified form of bricks to work with volunteer tutors
– 100% yes
– If time allows, Yes
Would you be interested in further training?
– Yes if I had the opportunity
– Yes I would be very interested in attending further training and learning new skills
– Yes I would
Any other feedback?
– Good to see you guys get involved – thank you
– It is heartening that so many individuals are committed to doing their best for others
– I really enjoyed the day and thought the training was very well put together and delivered
– I would like to convey thanks to the PCC team for their enthusiasm and expertise, great group of members all positive working to help people
– Very enjoyable and interesting
– Can I join your company?
– Keep up the good work!
– More info on the four day training course
– Very enthusiastic trainers
– Couldn’t praise you enough, lovely to meet you!
‘Good afternoon, I am contacting you from the Salvation Army in Cardiff in relation to a recent day course called ‘person centred creativity taster session’. Colleagues have come back singing its praises and thus more of our staff team are eager to get on the 4 day course. Can you let me know details as soon as possible so we can get our names secured!’
(Susan Warren, Substance Misuse Worker, Cardiff)
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If you’d like any information about our PCC training courses email Melissa at [email protected] or phone us on 01656729246.