Six months to go in 2019 and still so many great learning opportunities ahead of us: a short retrospective and a glimpse into the near future with advanced training courses all around the world

I remember how excited I was when we prepared one of our first international trainings in Cologne. It was back in 2017, we didn’t know if we would succeed and if people would finally sign up. My co-trainer Desirée and I were busy to translate everything into English, reflect our exercises and how they would work with delegates from different cultures.

At the end, we had people from all over the world. A fantastic group of participants from Japan, Saudi-Arabia, Italy, Scotland, South Africa, Sweden and other European countries. The training was great fun and a great success. And – we met great people that now are part of the bikablo global trainer team.

A lot has happened since early 2017. We are being approached to run hosted trainings in places where we have never even dreamt of. Bikablo core team trainers visit the US and other countries in order to conduct specialized trainings there. We just had two hosted trainings in Denmark and are looking forward to our first open training in Sweden soon. On these occasions, we often meet people that we enjoy working with and they partner with us to become global trainers who build up training programs in their specific countries. Starting off with bikablo basic trainings, they bring the visualization spirit to their regions.

Breaking news: A new partner from South Africa has just joined the bikablo family. So watch this space!

Often global trainers invite the bikablo core team to run trainings of our advanced program. Next opportunities:

Visual Storytelling

Complex picture stories for a successful knowledge transfer
New York  •  Glasgow  •  Shanghai

Visual Process Mapping

our brand new training concept for Drawing, examining and improving processes together
Kontich (Belgium)

bikablo advanced training

the best of bikablo advanced visualization methodologies in a two-day-nutshell

Back in February 2017, we didn’t imagine it would turn out like this. We are happy to see that the visual community is growing and thank our certified trainers to be an essential part of the bikablo family.

Frank Wesseler is a bikablo core team trainer, specializes in visual process mapping and heads up the global training program