There are 4 levels of learning during the workshop.
The workshop consists of 10 modules. Each module will focus on a specific topic that is important for anyone working with intimacy on screen no matter their industry or career level. The modules create a structure for habit building, mindset shift, and real change.
The prompts will allow students to work on their real-life goals and move them forward.
The topics include:
- Establishing Values
- Empathy and Communication
- Planning and Preparation
- Problem Solving
- Decision making
- Ethics and Morality
- Power Dynamics
- Cultural Differences
- Psychological Safety
- Working with Consent
- Defining Boundaries
- Creating Connection
- Sexual Health
- Documentation and Data
The outcome of the 5 weeks is that students create new habits and develop a new mindset to better manage intimate scenes, produce media that matter, create connections, make a career transition, to lead…
2. Group Meetings
A learning group is a smaller group made up of 3-5 students who work together on the week’s prompts. These groups change each week so students are able to connect with more of their classmates. During learning group meetings, students will dive into a prompt, complete an action, and discuss how each prompt relates to their real-world goals.
For Eastern (New York), Central (Chicago), Pacific (Los Angeles), and GMT (London) time zones, learning group meetings will take place on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6 PM – 9 PM local time.
For the AEST/AEDT (Sydney) time zone, students will work on a slightly different schedule to accommodate the time difference, meeting on Wednesdays & Fridays from 6 PM – 9 PM local time.
After each learning group meeting, students are required to submit their work in writing. What they submit will differ based on the prompt itself.
Students will then read each other’s work and give feedback to their classmates. Reading someone’s point of view, understanding their assertions and contributing insightful commentary are essential skills necessary to learn the core lessons built into the workshop.
Gaining multiple perspectives on a situation helps students see the bigger picture, which enables them to leap forward more efficiently and effectively in their own learning. Writing five comments on five prompts means they’ve learned five new ways to approach the core teaching of the prompt.
The written component of the altMBA is important because it encourages students to slow down, articulate, be thoughtful, and reflect.
The purpose of the coaches is not to facilitate learning group meetings or give students the answers. A RedCheeks Academy coach provokes students to reach for their goals and to keep promises. They guide students to focus on their strengths, rather than directly advising them. They enable students to grow and hold them accountable along the way.
A coach connects students with one another, instead of jumping in to fix or solve a problem for them.
A coach is an instigator, a moderator, and a steady voice in the Intimacy on Screen journey.
Students will have a chance to meet individually with their coaches each week.
All coaches have completed the Intimacy on Screen and gone through a rigorous vetting and training process.