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  • Is there a minimum number of participants required?
    No. The number of people to develop will be an input to the design process and there is no upper limit.
  • What is the typical duration of the course?
    The duration of the course, curriculum or journey will be agreed together based on the learning objectives. While physical courses tend to last 1 to 3 days, we often develop blended learning approaches extending over 6 to 12 months.
  • What do you mean by 'bespoke'?
    Every context is unique and every individual is different. We don't believe in "one-size fits all" approaches; all our interventions are co-designed with you to ensure they meet each of your specific needs.
  • Would there be a certificate of completion?
    Yes. Each participant can be issued a certification of completion from the Openfield institute. However at this stage, these certificate do not have an officially recognized academic value.
  • Does Openfield have a training facility?
    Yes. We own a facility in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and rely on partners for sessions in Paris (France) and Wellington (New Zealand). we also work with a network of venues all over the globe that we can help source if necessary.
  • Can people participate remotely?
    Yes. If this is a design requirement, we have the ability to develop e-learning modules and embed them into blended learning journeys.

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Sustainability as a Strategic Differentiator

It's time to shift our approach to sustainability from a regulatory requirement to a strategic competitive advantage.


21 Oct 2021

6pm (PST)

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Philippe Coullomb


22 Oct 2021

9am (GMT +8), 2pm (GMT +13)


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Visual Storytelling as a lever for change

A 1-day course to explore the power of visual storytelling, get confidence to apply it in your day-job, and learn the practical tools, approach and methods to produce your first visual stories.

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