This conference will be packed with traditions from past conferences along with new and refreshed events. A few of the offerings will be a FUNdraising (silent auction), bonfires and evening entertainment. What an exciting opportunity to learn new initiatives, network with other professionals, and continue to develop skills in experiential programming.
Register On-Line, and send all checks, made out to “TERA” to:
TERA c/o Treasurer Rebecca Nock: 3800 N. Lamesa Rd. Midland, TX 79705. On-site registration begins March 22, 2018, at 7:00 pm and will continue throughout the conference. For questions, contact Rebecca Nock 903-692-2058. Please consider bringing an item or two as donations to our fundraising auction.
In 1993, Sam Sikes and Mary Butler founded Learning Unlimited Corporation in Tulsa, Oklahoma in order to serve the training needs of a variety of large and small companies. In 2004, Sam needed to move back to Texas and closer to family. Still wanting to do what he loves, Sam formed DoingWorks Inc. so that he could continue to promote and progress experience-based learning.
Sam Sikes Sam@DoingWorks.com
Sam is the founder of DoingWorks Inc., a training organization that specializes in experiential learning techniques.
Sam trains, facilitates, and speaks in a variety of corporate and educational settings including Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and universities. Best known for his creativity, Sam has trained groups of as few as two people and as many as three thousand. He trains facilitators and develops related indoor and outdoor training activities for adults. He is active in organizations such as the Association for Experiential Education and the American Society for Training and Development. Sam was recognized as “Practitioner of the Year” in a five-state region for his achievements in training by the Association for Experiential Education (AEE). Sam was also honored with the Karl Rohnke Creativity Award from AEE.
Sam holds a Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tulsa, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Texas Tech University in Lubbock. His published materials include Feeding the Zircon Gorilla, Executive Marbles, Raptor, Virtual World, 50 Ways To Use Your Noodle, 50 More Ways To Use Your Noodle, The More The Merrier, The Equestrian Knights Of Uma, and Indoor Games for college students and the extremely bored.