[ASC-list] narrative training

Charles Willock charlesw at cse.unsw.EDU.AU
Fri Sep 6 08:24:28 UTC 2013

Hello Claire/All,

... comes under the banner of "storytelling" rather than "narrative"
and you might try the reference list at:


Ranges over puppetry, contemporary, indigenous, ... for children, 
adults, special needs ... (which, given the last 5 weeks of a certain 
political party, may include politicians). 
If you're in NSW, ...

Australian Storytelling Guild (NSW) Inc

The experienced end / heads of state of the peloton will know exactly
how to handle such situations.  The NSW group9s) also run courses of 
all sorts.


On Fri, Sep 06, 2013 at 04:41:19PM +1000, Claire Harris wrote:
> Hi ASC-listers
> Does anyone know of some good narrative training resources or people that
> offer training?
> This is slightly different from media training; more about enabling
> understanding of how to craft a good narrative going through the
> issue/context, what was done about it and what the results were. I would
> want it to help attendees learn a quick, effective process that works for
> them so they can use it time and time again for both written and verbal
> communication.
> And being audience-specific, I'm particularly thinking about
> government/policy and funders (both private and philanthropic).
> I guess some of this is related to grant writing.
> Cheers
> Claire

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