Forth Valley Creative Learning is a new collaboration between Education in Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire, creating opportunities together to explore creativity and creative learning through creative conversations, talks, CPD and networks.
Forth Valley College, Alloa
Thursday 27th March 2014
4.30pm – 6.30pm
When young people step out into the world of work the maxim seems to be ‘work longer hours’.
Creative thought and action is the one way to work smarter not harder. Gordon will look at what creativity is? What the barriers are and how to overcome them? How can you improve your creativity and why is it relevant to everyone?
By helping people understand the creative process in their mind, Brian Juice’s creativity workshops can help everyone to improve their level of innovation at work and creative problem solving ability as well as understand some of the skills which might help pupils as they move into the world of work. Creativity is not a mystery, it is something we all use in our everyday lives to solve problems. Brain Juice challenges you to face your old habits and unlock your capacity for original thought.
Brain Juice was set up by Gordon Brown in 2004 after he decided to change a marketing lecture to a group of lawyers into a business creativity training seminar. They liked the juice he fed their brains so much they asked for some more and at which point he thought, “other people might like this.” He has since delivered talks for the National Creative Learning Network and a number of regional Creative Learning Networks.