M006E : Fun Games and Leisure Magic-Intermediate

NSA Course

  • Description

A further advancement training for those who have attended the Fun Games and Leisure Magic Workshop for Beginners. Participants will learn and enhance their level of skills to become more effective and confident facilitators in conducting magic game activities for family, friends, beneficiaries during volunteering work, and in their work as facilitators or event organisers. Participants will learn useful tips and strategies in planning, preparation and presentation of interesting and engaging magic shows.

Learning Outcomes – You will be able to:

  • Create a welcoming ambience and happy atmosphere to begin a magic show.
  • Decide on the deliverables.
  • Choose Props
  • Manage the performance process well.
  • Conduct briefing and debriefing.
  • Develop new practical skills with increases confidence and enthusiasm.
  • Conduct fun games and magic in various events.

Course Facilitator

Mr. Henry Tio

Mr. Henry Tio holds a B.A (Hons) degree in History from the University of Singapore. He is a trainer, facilitator and part-time magician. He has worked as a Regional Human Resource Manager in an MNC and as Senior Lecturer in Life Skills and Creativity in Ngee Ann Polytechnic. He is a member of IBM Ring 115 (International Brotherhood of Magicians in Singapore). He has led in fun and games as warm ups, energisers and presented magic shows in a variety of events including schools, children parties, anniversary celebrations, fun-fairs, carnivals, nursing homes, road shows, retreats, senior’s reunions, community day of care centres and NUSS lifelong learning programs.

Registration

Course Details

NSA Subsidised Price (inclusive of GST):

$48.20

Non-Subsidised Price (inclusive of GST):

$171.20

Date & Time Available:

Please refer to registration for available date and time

Duration:

8 Hours

Location:

Peninsula Plaza Level 6 #06-33

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