University of Winnipeg Education students learning about local teaching resources such as Captain Kennedy House

We have over 35 years experience developing and delivering training programs in the field of interpretation and elsewhere. From three hours to 30 hours, we can develop and deliver a workshop or training program your participants will enjoy.

Sherry Dangerfield has provided many workshops at the Manitoba Provincial Park Interpreters annual training. She is currently working with the Association of Manitoba Museums and David McInnes to provide training to local museums on Exhibit Design as well as a course in interpretive writing called Sex, Lies and Label Writing.

At a Parks Canada two-day workshop for historic site managers, Sherry delivered a one-day session called Engaging Your Visitors. Comment from the evaluation forms…

Very clearly presented, presenter really practices her craft.

Informative – well presented. Great interaction.

Sherry has a wealth of information to share along with great resources.

I’m looking forward to sharing much of what I’ve learned with fellow board members at our museum.


Sherry developed and taught a 45-hour required course at Red River College for Tourism students called Interpretation and Tour Guiding for 10 years. Some comments from students…

I enjoyed the class a lot more than I thought I would. It was kind of scary
at the beginning but I had a good time, learnt a lot and had fun at the
same time!

I was really impressed by everything I learned. It was a great course.