This Workshop will Enable You to Conduct Impactful Period Workshops

Learn how to conduct period workshops for kids in this live interactive session

Audience: To be Menstrual educators and change makers
Time: 3 to 4 pm (IST)
Date: 03 September, 2022 (Saturday)
Venue: Online workshop
Language: English
For queries: +91 9409728294
contact@menstrupedia.com
*Registration closes on 31 Aug 2022.
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Audience: To be Menstrual educators and change makers
Time: 3 to 4 pm (IST)
Date: 03 September, 2022 (Saturday)
Venue: Online workshop
Language: English
For queries: +91 9409728294
contact@menstrupedia.com
*Registration closes on 31 Aug 2022.
20

Seats Left

12

Days Left

What do the participants get?

One hour live workshop covering all topics related to period education
+
45 minutes of QnA session
+
10 Mini Menstrupedia Comics books

Comics Bundle

One hour live workshop covering all topics related to period education
+
45 minutes of QnA session
+
10 Mini Menstrupedia Comics books

  • Supplementary resources for educators
  • Certificate of participation
  • Further assistance (if needed) after the workshop (on Whatsapp)

What will you learn from this Masterclass ?

You'll discover how to develop your own menstrual hygiene management curriculum.

You will get access to tried and tested methods of assessing the impact of your workshops.

You’ll learn how you can talk comfortably about periods and puberty to people from all age groups.

Learn all our Myth Busting Techniques that will help you break the taboo around menstruation.

You’ll learn how to conduct period workshops that are fun and interactive

Get all your questions answered from Aakanksha in a 1- on - 1 Q & A session at the end of the workshop.

Who can take this Masterclass ?

Menstrual Educators

We’ve come a long way when it comes to talking freely about periods, and if you are /wish to be a menstrual educator, you can understand the need to continue this stride and pave the way for future conversations around menstruation. Hence, with this masterclass, you will learn how to educate masses about periods and female reproductive health in the most innovative ways.

Change Makers

Be the change that you wish to see in the world. Through this workshop, learn the art of implementing effective menstrual health/awareness workshops with the help of techniques and insights from the one and only, Aakanksha Choudhary.


Research Scholars

Are you conducting research on menstruation and struggling to comprehend why things are the way they are? Join our Workshop to be a part of our community, interact with like-minded people, gain in-depth knowledge about the scientific and socio-cultural aspects of periods and have all of your questions answered during our open-ended Q&A session.

Students

As young members of the society, we have recently begun accepting periods or discussing openly about it; now it’s on us to deliver the right knowledge that we gain onto our next generation, and contribute to eradicating this taboo. This Masterclass will be the first step you can take to get educated, to educate!

Know your trainer

Aakanksha Choudhary

She has mentored three enthusiastic and bright 14-year-olds in building a prototype of an application on menstruation.She has also guided her co-fellows in holding talks about menstruation in their respective communities. She believes that inequity in any form is a major hindrance to society’s growth and hence believes in putting utmost effort into bridging the gap across genders and communities.

Aakanksha is a Teach For India Fellow (Cohort 2020) with a bachelor's degree in Technology (Computer Science & Engineering). She decided to make the switch from being an Application Developer for 5.7 years at IBM to the Development sector because she believes teaching children is a sure-fire way to hone the future leaders of our country. She was also a part of the Menstrupedia Fellowship Batch in the year 2020 and has been a period educator since. She has educated 140 children across grades 8 & 9 and facilitated learning circles around topics like puberty and menstruation, she also strives to teach values and mandatory lessons from English & Social Science textbooks to them.

Aakanksha is a Teach For India Fellow (Cohort 2020) with a bachelor's degree in Technology (Computer Science & Engineering). She decided to make the switch from being an Application Developer for 5.7 years at IBM to the Development sector because she believes teaching children is a sure-fire way to hone the future leaders of our country. She was also a part of the Menstrupedia Fellowship Batch in the year 2020 and has been a period educator since. She has educated 140 children across grades 8 & 9 and facilitated learning circles around topics like puberty and menstruation, she also strives to teach values and mandatory lessons from English & Social Science textbooks to them.

She has mentored three enthusiastic and bright 14-year-olds in building a prototype of an application on menstruation.She has also guided her co-fellows in holding talks about menstruation in their respective communities. She believes that inequity in any form is a major hindrance to society’s growth and hence believes in putting utmost effort into bridging the gap across genders and communities.

She is also an ardent Toastmaster for the past 3 years, held various leadership positions, and won contests across divisions and districts. She believes in the philosophy of Integrative thinking and that the best solutions can resolve a multitude of problems rather than just one. Her upcoming projects include a podcast based on Menstruation and its various aspects which are expected to be released soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Workshop takes place for 1 hour, followed by a 45 min Q&A session with your trainer Aakanksha.

The Workshop is open to anyone who is interested to become a menstrual educator irrespective of their gender.

Apart from the certificate, you would be provided with the supplementary resources to conduct Menstrual awareness workshops and 10 copies of Mini Menstrupedia comic books.

The Workshop provides tips and ideas to conduct impactful period workshops which would work in rural, semi-urban and urban areas equally.

In all Workshop sessions, people participate from various countries like Australia, UK, USA, Mauritius, Italy, France and Singapore among others. The session takes place in English language and from 3-5 PM (IST), so you would have to match your timings accordingly.

Once you register and pay the amount, we would contact you through mail. You would be constantly updated at each process. The workshop takes place on the video conferencing application Zoom meeting and WhatsApp is also used for notifying the participants.

Joining our Workshop would be a great first step if you haven't decided how to contribute to the Menstrual Health Movement. The class enables the formation of a community of menstrual educators who come from different parts of the world and different walks of life. You can always contact Menstrupedia or the WhatsApp group, in which you would be added, about updates of your projects, suggestions and feedback for others. Workshop aims to bring a set of people with similar purpose of creating Menstrual Health Awareness and help them collaborate with each other to contribute effectively in their respective fields like education, NGOs, support groups, student volunteers, etc.

We are unable to send out recordings of the meeting due to privacy of participants. The length of the recording is usually more than 2 hours, making it difficult to share.

No specific educational qualification is required to join the Workshop. You just require the basic understanding of English language since the class would be conducted in English.