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Free Introduction: 'Acting in Training & Development'

About  ‘Acting in Training & Development’

You want to learn how to work as a professional role play actor. Or maybe you already are, but until now you solely trusted on your improvisation skills and your enthusiasm. Acting in Training & Development is a special skill and there’s a lot to learn when it comes to working as a professional Role Play Actor.

How do you help people develop their communication skills with your acting talent? 
What are different ways to give participants feedback? 
How do you create a real life scenario where people can safely practice new behaviors? What creative working methods can you use to create a high learning impact?

Come and visit our free introduction and find out all about our exclusive 2 day workshop that will give you all the knowledge and techniques you need to become a professional role play actor.

For who?

This introduction is for professionals who want to know how they can increase their value as an actor or learning professional with our 2 day workshop.
The introduction is suitable for Actors, Trainers, Psychologists, Assessors and Coaches who want to learn how to take the role of professional role play actor in training workshops.
So come visit our FREE introduction and get inspired!

About InterACT WA

InterACT is WA's leading consultancy firm of the use of actors in Training & Development. We make learning outcomes and communication messages 'come alive'. By using the fun and power of theatre skills, we provide creative learning experiences that will have a great impact and will help participants interact even more successfully.

InterACT WA was founded by Janine de Muinck. She’s a seasoned professional who has worked as a role play actor, trainer and coach for more than 10 years in the Netherlands – a country at the forefront when it comes to theatre based interventions and creative learning methods.

Janine completed her studies as a Drama Teacher in 2002 and she has a bachelor in Training & Development. In 2007 she completed her Associate degree in Professional Corporate Role Play. Her style can best be described as straight forward, energetic, practical, entertaining, confrontational, authentic, accessible, open, honest and with a sense of humour.


Or contact us to reserve your place in the full 2 day workshop ‘Acting in Training & Development’ (limited places available)

Tuesday March 31st  6pm – 7pm
(Registration at 5.30pm)


InterACT @ the Powerhouse
18 Stirling Street, 6000 Perth.

Mrs. Janine H. de Muinck 


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