LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® METHODOLOGY CERTIFICATION
How to become a certified facilitator?
To become a certified facilitator who can design and apply workshops, training, meetings, and workshops using the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology requires Certification of new facilitators.
Certification is an intensive and immersive 4-day 40-hour program that teaches the theoretical foundations and science behind the methodology, the Core Process, which is the essence of the method, and also the 7 Application Techniques in practice.
The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method and Tool Certification is a program developed by the methodology’s creators – Robert Rasmussen and Per Kristiansen – and is linked to the Association of Master Trainers.
This training started since 2001 when the method was created, updated, and refined by the ever-evolving Master Trainers Robert Rasmussen and Per Kristiansen.
The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method certification program is light, fun, reflective, practical, and experiential promotes deep learning and enables participants to come out with a new way of thinking and acting.
During the training, participants also have the opportunity to design custom workshops and workshops using the method so that when they leave the immersion, they can apply their design either with a client, with their team or with their organisation.
Upon completion of the program, the facilitator will be able to design and facilitate workshops with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method with different approaches and themes.
Want to learn more about the training schedule and information about the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology by the Association of Master Trainers ?
- Obtain theoretical information, ideas, guidelines and experiences to format and conduct workshops using the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology.
- Understand the theories that underlie the method and how they impact the whole process.
- Experience and learn the fundamentals of the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology in its standard application possibilities, such as Real-Time Strategy (RTS) and other possibilities and variations that the facilitator will learn to draw.
- Know and experience in practice the Central Process and the 7 Application Techniques.
- Experience the methodology from different perspectives: as an end-user and as a facilitator of the process.
- Design and develop different applications of the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology.
- Develop skills: knowledge, skills, and attitudes to act as a facilitator of the methodology.
Benefits and differentials of training:
1) Training hours. Enables intense and deep immersion in the method and its applications in 40 hours of training.
2) Trainer Experience. Ms. Kris Tay has been a methodology facilitator since 2010. She is a LEGO® certified trainer and member of the Association of Master Trainers.
3) Support after training for you to conduct the first workshops. This support is essential for the facilitator to feel safe and confident, as well as assisting in the process of designing the first activities, as well as providing guidance on purchasing relevant materials, etc.
4) Documents and Manuals all in English. The support material that is delivered to the facilitators during the training is extensive and rich in information about both the methodology and the application possibilities. The facilitator’s manual has a step-by-step use of all techniques and at least three complete workshop applications.
5) Reconnect and networking encounters. Annually, trained facilitators meet in Singapore for exchange of experiences and networking. Virtual meetings are also held to address specific topics such as mentoring possibilities, project partner support group, etc.
6) Local, regional, and global LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator network. Regional meetings are held annually in Latin America, North America, and Asia, as well as the Global Meeting, which is held at LEGO® HOUSE, Denmark.
7) Solidity and commitment. This training is carried out in the same way, with the same content and structure, in all countries where the Association of Master Trainers is present, ensuring that all facilitators start from the same theoretical and practical basis.