RSA Birmingham PechaKucha

Fellowship Event

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RSA Academies, Birmingham

  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

RSA Birmingham, in association with PechaKucha Birmingham, is presenting a PechaKucha evening this October with eight local speakers.

PechaKucha is the snappy presentation format where speakers have just 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide to get their point across. What started out in Tokyo now takes place in over a thousand cities across the world. You can find out more here: www.pechakucha.com.

 

Speakers include:

 

  1. Colin Hopkins FRSA talking about the RSA Academies
  2. Dawinder Bansal FRSA talking about empathy
  3. Paige Jackson talking about levelling the playing field for new audiences

 

To find out more please email [email protected].

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: [email protected]. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

This event is being held in partnership with PechaKucha Birmingham.

 

Location: RSA Academies, Assay Studios, 141 Newhall Street, Birmingham, B3 1SF

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