TC Dojo Master Series- a single facilitated conversation that encourages peer-to-peer critique and guidance on critical technical publications business issues
At Single-Sourcing Solutions, our customers know we enjoy helping them invest in themselves and their future when they take on a new project and new technology.
Inspired by our customers, we created the TC Dojo Master Series to provide a unique learning environment. We all have questions: A lot of those questions have the same basis but different technical requirements. We’re all masters and we’re all learners because, after all, every Master was a learner in the beginning.
In the TC Dojo Master Series, we facilitate a single conversation among a small group of peers to discuss issues and challenges associated with technological challenges that affect documentation groups.
We’ve found that this dynamic forum encourages peer-to-peer critique and guidance on critical technical publications business issues. The group not only provides support for operational challenges but encourages to you focus on strategic planning and long-term issues.
In this exclusive, members-only series, attendees have the opportunity to present their issues, share referrals, and advise one another in a confidential, supportive environment once a month. Session groups are kept small to creating an environment of trust and confidentiality.
How much time, effort and money is it costing you to keep struggling to learn how to implement, architect, and transform your content and your team by yourself? Join the TC Dojo Mastermind to gain the advisory board that will help you solve problems efficiently.
We took what we learned from the popular Arbortext Monster Garage virtual meeting series and the overwhelming requests we received from the first annual TC Camp held in Santa Clara in January 2013 and blended them together. The result — a new twist on the typical web session.
What is TC Dojo
TC Dojo is a virtual meeting place for the Technical Communications professional. Whether you are just starting out in the field or you are a well-seasoned expert, everyone can gain valuable learning at the TC Dojo.
Why call it a dojo?
A dojo (dōjō?) is a Japanese term which literally means “place of the way“. Typically, it is the place for learning and practicing a martial art form. We decided to borrow this theme and apply it to the practice and learning for the art of Technical Communication.
What will we cover?
Ever wish they were talking about what you cared about? Now is your chance at the TC Dojo. Topics range from developing skill sets to specific tool use to solving advanced complex challenges.
How does it work?
There are three ways to learn at the Dojo: Open Sessions, Masterminds, and Private Sessions.
Free General Audience Sessions for students at every level. In this Dojo, we cover a wide range of topics appropriate for a wide range of practitioners from the beginner to the advanced. Look for the code key:
- B – Beginner
- I – Intermediate
- A – Advanced
Open Session Topics will be selected by the attendees and can cover anything of concen to Technical Communcations professionals such as architectural design, analysis or tools.
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The sessions run for only 30 minutes and meet once a month.
We may increase the frequency depending on audience interest and demand. However, we will always keep these sessions short and to the point.
How much time, effort and money is it costing you to keep struggling to learn how to implement, grow, and transform your content by yourself?
These member only sessions meet once a month. The focus in the master session is to delve deeper into solving complex issues in real time amongst a small group of peers.
Sessions run 45 minutes once a month. The forum is open discussion with a moderator and a scribe. There is a fee to join the Master Series.
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Private sessions are one-on-one time between you and one of the TC Dojo masters where you can ask questions and get advice on issuesspecific to you.
TC Dojo Masters can advise on everything from constructing metrics and arguing for resources to C-level executives to data reuse strategies to down-and-dirty coding tips to meet specific output feature requirements. The subject of a private session is up to you.
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Private sessions are handled through the Advisory Line. Sessions can run from a few minutes to a few hours and the cost varies.