Workshop/Consultation Request Form Introduction
The Archer Center works with faculty, staff and students within the RPI community and provides custom-designed workshops to meet their needs.
Most workshops are free of charge to campus community members. Costs, if any, are usually associated with requests that require the use of copyrighted materials. Your facilitator will consult with you on your workshop and will let you know all of your options. The Archer Center works diligently
to meet the needs and limitations of every workshop as best as we can.
To request a workshop, please read the policies and requirements listed below. Once you have read the policies, submit a completed request form. A representative from the Archer Center
will contact you to confirm that the workshop is possible.
We look forward to working with you!
Workshop/Consultation Request Policies:
In an effort to ensure a meaningful and effective workshop, attendance of expected participants is required. A majority of the anticipated participants or a minimum of 10 people must be present for the session to occur. Exceptions to this policy can be made with the facilitator in advance of the session and indicated on the Request Form.
- To ensure enough time for a custom designed workshop, all requests must be submitted at least two weeks before the scheduled event.
- In consultation with the Archer Center facilitator, the person requesting a workshop is responsible for reserving a location and any media equipment needed for the workshop.
For your convenience, below are links to room reservations across campus:
Submission of a Workshop Request does not guarantee a workshop will occur. All workshops are contingent upon facilitator availability, expertise in content to be addressed, and access to needed resources.
Choosing the Right Topic
The Request Form allows you the option to request either a workshop or a consultation and lets you select your own topic. Not sure what to request? Click on the below document link
to see the difference between a workshop and a consultation, review a general list of topics that the Archer Center
can design and facilitate for your group, and to preview a descriptive definition of each topic. Reading the document below will help you
to fill out the Request Form and choose the appropriate topic(s) that will fulfill your group or organizational needs.
Workshop Topics and Definitions