Conducted by Kiran Shah

Planning and preparing for workshops are key elements to a successful session. In this workshop, Kiran will cover all the considerations necessary for conducting workshops – from the initial contact, to after the end of the workshop. In addition, there will also be discussions on what can and does go wrong and how to deal with unexpected situations that crop up.

This workshop is suitable for those conducting all types of workshops and for all types of people – those who wish to start conducting workshops and those who are already doing so.

About Kiran Shah

Kiran has had a varied career as a social worker (Singapore), Montessori Directress (in the U.S. and Japan) and early childhood trainer (Singapore, Vietnam, Myanmar, India, Malaysia and Indonesia).

When Kiran discovered storytelling as a profession in 1998, she found that her earlier work and travel experiences came in good stead when conducting workshops for students and adults in Singapore and around the region.

Kiran has been involved in the revival of oral storytelling in Singapore since 1998 (along with Sheila Wee) and was the Founder President of the SAS in 2006.

Please visit her website for more information about her.

Date: Wednesday 25 April 2018

Time: 7pm to 10pm

Venue: YMCA of Singapore, Level 2, Rooms 206 & 207, 1 Orchard Road, Singapore, 238824

(Nearest MRT Station: Dhoby Ghaut – Exit A),

Cost: SAS members $50 (plus booking fees) Non-Members $110 (plus booking fees)

Register and pay for the workshop via Eventbrite here:

For enquiries please email Sheila Wee on

You can join the Storytelling Association here:

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