Visualisation as a Tool for Facilitation and Learning

Lecturer iconJune Yeo (Ms)
Course Duration: 3 hours
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What Is The Session About?

Despite the diversity of learner preferences, many current content is taught or communicated through text-based learning materials such as powerpoint and handouts. At times where visuals were used, they often only fulfilled roles of ‘beautifying slides’ or filling in empty spaces. Yet, graphics have the ability to unpack complicated information into key messages (Li & Molder, 2021), allowing content to be more appealing and enjoyable to read.

On the pedagogical aspect, studies have shown that they are useful learning aids (Steyn et al., 2021),  can convey nuances such as emotions. Many individuals feel that their ability to draw is the major hurdle for creating original visualisations. This programme builds learners’ confidence in drawing, where learners will create graphics or illustrations unique to themselves and guided on their application to their work. In addition, they will learn one of the seven key considerations to useful designs, and experiment with its application.

What Does The Session Cover?

The proposed course addresses 3 of the 6 identified skills in demand in the TAE sector, as follows:
Workplace learning: Visuals are learning artefacts that enable self-directed bite-sized learning at workplace. It is key to design visuals that effectively chunk information, so workers can assimilate new knowledge into practice..
Learning modes and contextualized learning experience: While many sources estimate that 70 to 80 percent of people are visual learnings, much of content today is delivered in verbal forms (i.e. text and speech), limiting the impact of learning. Adult educators need to possess skills to unpack information in both visual and verbal forms to enhance the effectiveness of their delivery.
Learners support: Visuals have the ability to lower the cognitive load due to the lessened reliance on literacy skills, therefore allowing learners to concentrate on appreciating the content.

Who Is It Suitable For?

  • Adult Education: Individuals involved in learning facilitation, courseware development, learning technology design, learning consultancy, development of learning solutions, and curriculum leadership.
  • Learning Management: Individuals involved in learning support, product development, and learning systems management.
  • Learning and Development: Individuals involved in Train the Trainers (TTT) workplace learning and learning for adults in any industry
  • Individuals who would like to get started in visualising ideas for themselves

Course Funding and Policies


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Additional Funding Available, If Applicable

Singaporeans aged 25 years old and above are eligible for SkillsFuture Credit which can be used to offset the selected programmes' fees for self-sponsored registrations only.

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About The Speaker

June Yeo (Ms)

June Yeo (Ms)

Creative Director | Founder of Artese Studios
If June were a cooking tool, she would be a kitchen sieve!

June has helped many clients distil their content, presenting key ideas in easy-to-understand and attractive visuals. On a usual day, you can see her visualizing content live in meetings, conferences and events, providing people the visual snapshot of their content and helping people learn better. With a background in the learning and development field, she strongly believes creating “art that people can understand” is key and wishes to inspire others with the courage to draw. June is a certified facilitator and holds a Masters in Learning and Professional Development. She has a lifelong mission in exploring the use of visuals as pedagogy tools.