CCAD evening workshops for professionals

Columbus College of Art & Design's Continuing & Professional Studies department is launching a series of new evening workshops for professionals this spring.

The first two-part workshop will take place March 18 and 25 and focus on teaching working professionals how to use disruptive collaboration in the workplace. The second workshop will take place April 15 and 22 and will focus on Creative Problem Solving for Corporate Leadership.


 

Disruptive Collaboration Workshop

March 18 & 25 | 6–9 p.m.

Registration: Jan. 15–March 11

Photos of Thomas Gattis teaching a class

Learn how to think like a designer in this two-part workshop on Monday, March 18, and Monday, March 25, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Columbus College of Art & Design. Tom Gattis, Dean of CCAD's School of Design Arts, will lead this collaborative workshop that will explore how to better understand customers and their journey to decision making, as well as opportunities for adding value to the customer experience. The event is the first in a series of evening workshops for professionals at CCAD. (The next two-part workshop takes place April 15 & 22.) Space is limited. 

Register today!

Creative Problem Solving for Corporate Leadership

April 15 & 22 | 6–9 p.m.

Registration: March 1–April 8

Photo of Sapna looking up from industrial stairwell

Learn how to lead by design in this two-part workshop on Monday, April 15, and Monday, April 22, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Columbus College of Art & Design. Sapna Singh, who heads CCAD's Business & Entrepreneurship department, will lead this workshop. Space is limited.

Corporate leaders need to be creative problem solvers. And designers need to navigate complicated issues and find resourceful solutions. This 6-hour collaborative workshop will focus on fostering an organizational culture of innovation and creativity. Participants will learn how to create opportunities for creative problem-solving with rapid design challenges and brainstorming sessions. The workshop will also cover how to promote an innovative mindset through Agile methodologies with prototyping, iteration, and learning from failures.

Register today!