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The Ice Doctor - on 19 May 2017 - user since 30/Dec/14
I am developing some short courses.

Is is purely a round robin communication to gauge interest.

Seeking professional executives, entrepreneurs, business owners, who would like to meet up for one day in the Peak District to participate.

Broaden your horizons, along with a bit of self development maybe?

Please mail me if this appeals to you.

No charge, but your CV would be handy so I know your background.

There are no charges involved, free food and drink.
bouldery bits - on 19 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

What would the course be on?
Fraser on 19 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

I'm not interested in participating unfortunately, but I imagine those who are might be interested to know what the course topic is and why you are suitably qualified to lead it. I don't think you're daft enough to run a course - even a free one - without some specialist knowledge or expertise, but I feel people should be given more information before they'd be willing to turn up to listen to / watch / <do something> with a stranger, with very little profile info. on here.

Or is it a just a secret or some other sort of social experiment?
Dell on 19 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

Are dustmen allowed to apply? What about people who work on the checkouts at Homebase?
The Ice Doctor - on 20 May 2017
In reply to bouldery bits:

The course will be on credibility and leadership.
Deadeye - on 20 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

> The course will be on credibility and leadership.

Will you share your postinghistory as a sort of resume beforehand?
The Ice Doctor - on 20 May 2017
In reply to Deadeye:
No resume.

Simple structure to the course. It will not be intense. A 10 - 12 session.

Followed by a 2-4 session.

Then a review and feedback period.

Never look a gift horse.

Judge me by my postings, you think you know me? Think again.

Just how open minded are you? 1 - not very 10 - completely.

Change IS possible.

Your choice. I appreciate you all have busy lives.
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EarlyBird - on 20 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

I know it's a bit tedious but spelling participant correctly would give your post more credibility.
Dorchester on 21 May 2017
In reply to bouldery bits:

> What would the course be on?

Why do courses need to be about something? By the time you've had registration, admin (fire assembly points, toilets, where to go for fag) an ice breaker exercise, a coffee break, a two hour lunch, introductions, closing remarks and departure it wouldn't need to have any content.
Jamie B - on 21 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

It's far from clear what you are offering or what your goals are. Don't expect a stampede.
JayPee630 - on 21 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

> The course will be on credibility...

Does seem a little hilarious the course is on this when you seen to not want to give indications of what credibility you have to run on course on this!
arch - on 21 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

> I am developing some short courses.Is is purely a round robin communication to gauge interest.Seeking professional executives, entrepreneurs, business owners, who would like to meet up for one day in the Peak District to participate.Broaden your horizons, along with a bit of self development maybe? Please mail me if this appeals to you.No charge, but your CV would be handy so I know your background.There are no charges involved, free food and drink.

Surely you're having a laugh..........
LizS on 21 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

> The course will be on credibility and leadership.

Seems to me that the credibility of this audience is what you're testing in that you're seeing how many people you can lead astray into divulging their CV for nothing.
kmhphoto - on 21 May 2017
In reply to The Ice Doctor:

Could you provide your own CV so that anyone interested in your project could assess if you're qualified to help them?
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