The SOAS SCAN work-shops
The SOAS SCAN workshop on Communication is a training course covering aspects significant to communications. The course caters to global communications in current interactive contexts, and intergrates multiple dimensions, including group size, group type, spatiality, temperality, modality, and context in communication.
The SCAN objectives include the development of speaker agency, through increasing effective communication, strengthening key phrases and style, learning to self teach, recognizing great communication, coordinating verbal / non verbal communication expertise, managing confliect and all categories of interaction.
Those who enter the course will benefit significantly, in that they will strengthen the effectiveness of their communication and hence persuasiveness in a general range of fields and dimensions. By increasing their self eteem, assertiveness, confidence, and control of communication, individuals will be in a position to manage and negotiate all forms of interaction, message delivery, and organization of texts in a multiplicity of forms, This competence will reflexively benefit the individual’s organization in material ways.
THE SOAS SCAN course offers two full days of only pragmatic work convened by global experts in communication. The SCAN operates in such a way so as to form a global community with the workshops as the entrance to the community, during which, all participants engage in two full days of praxis. The participants are requested to gradually and increasingly move into higher end engagement as communicators, thus drawing on a Vygotskian framework to effect the building of their competence as communicators in and across global networks.
The SCAN is valuable for global cultural industry workers, government employees seeking to developing national industries, those in leadership roles, coahes, legal and medical professionals, academics, media and marketing people, HR professionals, public speekers, and beyond. The SCAN operates in such a way so as to assist all communicators strengthen and at times redirect themeselves as glocal and not only local agents of communication.