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What does our LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Facilitator Training look like?

Serious Work does not teach LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®. Instead we train you how to professionally facilitate using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®.

This re-frame means we provide lots of opportunities for participants to practice their facilitation skills and build their confidence to use the method.

If you're curious to know what our masterclasses look like the photos and video below show you a Serious Work Masterclass in action and comments from course participants might give you a sense of the feel of our way of training (thanks Paul and Caroline!)

The overarching course objective


Our London training venue


The masterclass brings to life the ideas in our book


Practicing the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Skills Build


Facilitating shared model building

Experiencing system model building


Learning about video and photography


Facilitating a first workshop on the evening of day 2.


And thanks for the kind words from masterclass participants, Paul and Caroline.


Paul Brown: Abductive thinker, perpetual learner and product guy

"I have had the pleasure of being instructed by Sean on two different Lego Serious Play courses now and I have to say, both times I spent a fantastic couple of days learning and doing the practices with him and the other wonderful people who shared the training experience with me. I am a huge fan of what and how Sean does what he does - I have learned SO much from him.

He is the kind of mentor / teacher everyone wants and deserves; thoughtful, strong, hugely knowledgeable, empathetic and with a level of technical and interpersonal skill that I have rarely seen. I feel very lucky indeed to have been able to share time with him and I look forward to continuing to build on our relationship in the future as a student, client and friend."


Caroline Jessop: Coaching and Facilitation

"Just a thanks, as one human to another for creating such a lovely learning space. I feel like you crafted a lovely warm Petri dish of agar jelly for us all to grow in, and I was one happy microbe!

It's said, that people may not remember what you said (though in this case we hope they will!) but they will remember how you made them feel. There are many moments in the future when all of us will channel our inner Sean, which is a very powerful thing to have imparted.

Please print this message, and put it somewhere illogical. I have the hope that at some point in the future you might unexpectedly come across it and be reminded of what you achieved for us today."

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