Lego Serious Play facilitator training

Our facilitators are certified in Lego Serious Play training. The training will not only certify you but also give you the skills and confidence to design and run your own workshops.

Become a Lego Serious Play facilitator

LSP is a compelling and engaging process and perfect for fostering innovation, collaboration, and helping teams generate new ideas. It works brilliantly in face-to-face workshops as well as in remote workshops, and we find that the ‘hands-on’ element drives engagement and keeps people’s energy high. It makes a refreshing change from the usual online conferences and meetings.
Lego Serious Play sessions run with the facilitator asking questions and participants’ building’ their responses in Lego. The participants then share the stories behind their models in turn. This models can be around a particular theme or address a specific problem or challenge, and we would typically have several rounds of questions, building and storytelling.
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I left the three-day course searching for any opportunity to try out what I’d learned. As a participant, I was fully engaged, and as a facilitator, I can’t wait to try out the new tools I now have in my toolkit.

How we teach it

We deliver the training over three days. By the end of the course, you will be equipped with a deep understanding of the method, how to apply it to team and group settings and the confidence to go ahead and start delivering your own LSP workshops. On completion of the course, you will be a fully certified and registered LSP facilitator.
Day 1: Foundation

Learn the basics. We introduce you to the Lego Serious Play tool. You will learn how to use the tools with a setting, including Flow theory, the Johari Window, the use of ground rules to set the playing field, etiquette, and traps to avoid, along with numerous applications for different situations to prep the hand-brain connection.

Day 2: Teams and Groups

The second day moves participants thorough processes where individual identity is explored and insight into how the tools can be customised for any number of workshops or functions, including team workshops.

Day 3: Landscape and Systems Development

The third day of the training will explain how to use the LSP Identity and Landscape Materials kit to build 3D models that illustrate the complex environments where entities like teams and projects and other interconnected systems function and how these environments ‘play out’ in real-time. 

The next round of training will take place either in late June or July of this year. The exact dates will be confirmed after the next loosening of lockdown rules on the 17 of May. To be the first to know when we annouce dates for training, please register your interest by using the contact form on the website.
Register your interest in becoming a certified Lego Serious Play facilitator

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