Learn how to design and facilitate inspiring processes that foster co-creation. 

NEXT COURSE: Nov 19th and 20th 2020 in Aarhus



On our two-day professional course, Co-Creation Design, you will learn and train how to design and execute more inclusive and participatory processes with your citizens and/or users. 

Co-creation is about creating value that is worth more than what you can create alone. In order to archive co-creation, you need active and equal involvement of all parties, which presupposes that everybody shares knowledge, resources, ideas etc. in order to achieve a common goal.

You will be working with tools, methods, and mindsets in order for you to design and facilitate co-creation processes. This course will allow you to design meaningful environments that will involve and include citizens or users, as active co-creators.


During this course, you will be working with your fellow course participants around the foundation of designing co-creating processes, which includes:


  • Introduction to co-creation and co-creation strategies
  • Planning of co-creation processes through design thinking methods
  • Stakeholder analyses and communication strategies
  • How to invite for involvement 
  • Ideation processes
  • Professional feedback on specific projects


This course is a mixture of short theoretical lectures, application, and training of tools, and reflection of the learning. You will also get the opportunity to work on your own projects.



This professional course is for people, who work with civil engagement or user involvement in the public sector, in a non-governmental organisation, or in a private company. 

You may be a leader or an employee, who aims at fostering greater citizen or user involvement. 


As a participant in this course, you can expect to learn and practice:


  • Tools needed to design co-creation processes with citizens, users, and stakeholders
  • Strategies on how and when to co-create
  • Facilitation of processes that engage citizens or users. 
  • How to create safe learning environments
  • And most importantly – that you get the courage co-create in your daily life


“Thanks for two fantastic days. The level of energy, the content, and the facilitation came together really well. It was such a pleasure and an educational process where I was challenged and inspired. I received particular tools to bring back with me, which will undoubtedly have a positive effect on my business. I can highly recommend this course.”


Kristina Mygind – http://www.kristinamygind.dk


”The Co-Creation Design course at KAOSPILOT gave me inspiration and a belief that co-creation can make a difference. I got new methods which have enabled me to use this process with others. Co-creation is something I can use in my work to create stronger ownership for others, including users, volunteers, and professional partners. By inviting others into a co-creation process, I am able to see my work, and my projects, from a new perspective. I learnt a lot about my projects by sharing them with others and focusing on the ‘why’ of the project”.


Nicolai Juhler – Center for Urban Kunst


“It was not just about co-creation, but much more than that. It involved communication, facilitation and leadership. I loved the simple and open approach to things, I think it is time to cut on nonsense! Thank you Kaospilot.”



Luisa Gaioni – Senior Learning & Development Consultant, Vlerick Business School


”The proces during the two days pinpointed WHY involving members in our NGO is essential to developing a value based culture and increasing members engagement. But most important the course helped me spot the possibilities of asking members to lean in and gave me tangible ideas that we could deliver in our community the following period”.


Tine Bieber Lunn – Senior Lecturer, Chairman of the Food Community, Aalborg



The unique KAOSPILOT methodology and pedagogical approach is grounded in action-reflection theory. You will be applying theory, which you will be testing, and you will also be learning through practical exercises. Our approach enables you to acquire different mindsets for you to apply in your work, including experimentation, exploration, and taking initiative.