What makes a great Field Day?
There are hundred’s of field days run across rural Australia every year with varied success. I would like to collate your ideas so we can share the Wow factor and all enjoy more great learning opportunities.
- What’s the most important thing that gives the Wow factor at field days for you? (why?)
- What’s the big field day mistake? What would you do differently?
I’d love to hear from you and will share the collective wisdom in future posts.
You can add a your answers in a comment to this blog or email me on email@example.com
I will also collate the responses and combine them into a document which will be provided to you as recognition of your valuable contribution.
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Comments on: "What gives a Field Day the Wow factor?" (3)
I love that feeling you get when you leave a field day and know that everyone has contributed their little bit. It means they felt comfortable in the group, and confident to express their experiences. This is what I try to aim for in every activity I run; be it a paddock walk or formal workshop.
Microphones – there is nothing worse than not being able to hear a good speaker.
Relevant topics with good speakers.
Good organisation – networking time is really important but standing around waiting for the next thing to happen just looses continuity and audinence interest.
Thanks for your great comments. I have recieved many email replies as well and look forward to collating them for you all to read.
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