Mind Mapping
Duration 0.5 days
Team Central Short Courses

Target Audience

This course is available for both Staff and Postgraduate Research Students.


Course description

In the late 1960’s Tony Buzan introduced a new way of setting down ideas on paper.  Rather than simply using words in a linear format he introduced to the world the technique of mind-mapping.  This uses a whole range of stimulus on the paper – including words, colours, images, special placement – to enhance thinking and learning.  Millions of people now mind map on a regular basis to use their minds more effectively.  By attending this 2-hour course, you can too!  


Learning Outcomes

  • Understand when and where to use mind maps;
  • How to mind map;
  • Understand why the technique of mind mapping may be a way of helping you learn or to think more clearly; 
  • How mind maps have developed.
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