How to Be a Top Presenter: A Workshop for Sex Educators

I love being a sex educator- there’s nothing quite as satisfying as knowing that right now, someone somewhere is having a better orgasm because of something I said to them. I want to help other sex educators develop their skills and discover how much fun it can be!

One of the biggest hurdles, though, is that most people who offer workshops get little or no training on how to teach. There’s more to it than standing in front of a room and talking for a couple of hours and there’s more to it than copying what you’ve seen in someone else’s classes. So I’m going to be teaching a workshop on how to teach, with a focus on the issues, concerns, challenges, and joys of adult sexuality education.

If you’re a sex or relationship educator or if you want to be one, come join me for a skills-based workshop that’ll help you design better classes, plan your presentations with more ease, create flexible and fun exercises for your participants, and teach with more confidence.

Feel free to pass this along to anyone who might be interested, too.

How to Be a Top Presenter
Tuesday, October 19, 6-8 pm
$20 in advance, $25 at the door
Good Vibrations, 1620 Polk St., San Francisco
Being a great sex educator doesn’t happen by accident, so where do you go to learn the information and skills you need to be the best teacher you can be? In this interactive and engaging workshop, you’ll learn how to improve your teaching, enhance learning, and create dynamic exercises. Using a simple and flexible model of adult learning, Dr. Charlie Glickman will explain how to create useful objectives, offer tips on how to apply them in your workshop planning and teaching, show you how to create effective exercises, and make sure that your participants are getting what they came for. Whether you work with groups of 30 or 300, you’ll be able to bring your teaching to the next level, increase participant satisfaction, develop more confidence and create outstanding workshops.

To purchase tickets, please go here:

2 Responses so far.

  1. Julianne Carroll says:

    I hope you do another class on this soon! 🙂

  2. Charlie says:

    I’m planning on it, possibly this summer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *