Ideation Educator

Become a SPUTNiK5 Ideation Educator

SPUTNiK5’s Ideation Eucator course is for you who wants to plan and facilitate a exciting and callenging Ideation Camp on your own. On the course we will work with planning and conduction of Ideation Camps, management of innovation programmes, and design and facilitation of systematic ideation.

After completing this training, you will be able to conduct Ideation Camps on your own institution, and furthermore be able to adapt the Ideation Camp framework to suit your own needs.
Your key learning points will be:

  • Being able to design and plan customized Ideation Camps
  • Experience within Innovation and Ideation Management
  • How to use unique tools for teaching innovation and entrepreneurship


SPUTNiK5’s Ideation Camp concept contains a wide variety of specially designed materials, which will assist the facillitator and support the structure of the camp. As part of the cours, you will be given access to all the basic materials. The materials are delivered digitally, in order for you to be able to print for your own needs hereafter.

  • Facilitators guidebook
  • Templates to document the students findings throughout the camp
  • Diplomas
  • Presentation templates for MS Powerpoint


Camp structure

On the course, you will be educated in SPUTNiK5’s framework for conducting Ideation Camps. The framework is based on 6 overall stages, which all part of the actual camp. Beneath you can find further information about the framework for our Ideation Camp.


Ideation Camp Stages

To enable the participant to design and conduct innovative and inspiring camps with your students, and provide them with hands-on experience for innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity.
Target group
  • Educators within innovation, entrepreneurship, management, business, technology etc.
The training course is hosted as a 2-day event.

Day 1: Experience the Ideation Camp as a participant. Be challenged to come up with innovative solutions to a case.
Day 2: Get behind the scenes of an Ideation Camp. Learn how to design cases, plan, execute, and engage students in innovation and Ideation.

The training can be conducted at your institution or at a venue provided by SPUTNiK5 in Denmark.

€ 1.400
Price pr. person excluding VAT
Including soft copy materials.
See more information about the 6 stages

The Ideation Camp is initiated by a kick-off event, where we give a short introduction to the camp and what is expected from the students. As a part of the camps Kick-off, we will form project-teams using 3 different type-profiles, along with a team building exercise.


Through the user stage, the students will have to go into the field in order to research the problem area chosen for the camp, and observe the users involved in this situation. The purpose is to get a good understanding of the actual problem, and the surroundings in which this arises, before working on an actual solution. Focus throughout this stage is, on collecting information and refarin from creating solutions.


The purpose of the technology stage is, to collect information about a wide range of technologies which can be interesting i connection to the camps problem area, in order to get to know the full potential of these technologies when developing solutions. As in the user stage, focus is on collecting information to get the best prerequisites for developing solutions.


Through the ideation stage, we open up for the creative thinking. The purpose of this stage is to develop a proposal for a solution to the camps problem area, based on the information gathered through the user and technology stages. Focus is on creativity, ideation, innovation and concept development.


When the students have created their proposals for a solution, they have to design a prototype and a presentation through the create stage, which can effectively communicate their proposal. Throughout this stage, focus is on utilizing effective communication techniques and creating an exciting presentation of the proposal.


The camp is completed through a pitch stage, where the students will present their proposal to a jury, which is selected based on the problem area of the camp. After watching the presentation, the jury will select the team with the most promising proposal as the winner of the camp. Furthermore, a prize is given to the teams with the best presentation and team spirit.