Tips to Conduct Successful Workshop
Learning how to conduct a workshop is important for educators, business leaders, scientists, and other professionals. A successful workshop provides participants with new skills, information, and a sense of accomplishment. The ideal workshop also provides opportunities for participants to interact and learn actively.o Define the workshop objective.
o Decide who your audience is.
o Schedule your workshop for the morning and early afternoon.
o Prioritize your goals for the workshop.
o Organize your computer-based materials.
o Decide on your group activities.
o Leave time for breaks.
o Conclude with a magical outputs.
There's no doubt that planning a great workshop is a lot of work. But if you spend time thinking through the details, everyone will get full value from the event.
The workshop's goal should be at the center of all your planning. Creative exercises will get everyone relaxed and involved, and don't forget to follow up afterward: Although it can be scary to hear what people really thought of all your hard work, it's the only way you'll improve your next event.
Duration and Title of Workshops
The Duration of our workshop content will
always be 1 day / 2 days / 3 days. Depends on the duration, we make
candidates perform in more tasks in basic. One day workshop will be
applicable only at our office infrastructure. In-house (College or
Company) can prefer 2 or 3 days program, so that you can expect a prime
quality of Hands-On.
Team Embuzz offers Industry Standard hands on program in various technologies like, Specific concept in IOT, Embedded Systems (AVR [both windows and Linux]/ PIC / ARM / ARDUINO) such as Interfacing Basic I/O concepts, Sensor devices, Actuators, Protocols, Communication interfaces (RF, Bluetooth, Zigbee, GSM, GPS, RFID, WIFI, Android - Smart Phone, Finger print, Robotics, SCADA, Automation, etc), Mechatronics Design and Development, Web Development and Hosting, Advance Hardware and Communication Interfacing In MATLAB many more as per your requirements. Download tentative syllabus below.
o Tentative Workshop Syllabi With Fees Structure
Who can participate?
Fresher Employees, Diploma, BE, BTech, ME, Mtech, ECE, EEE, EIE, ICE, MECH, ITE, CSE. BSc, MSc Electronics, IT, CS.
( Twelth Standard level Digital Electronics + C Program Basics is must. )