It's designed for 2-week length collaborative engagement, but you can do it in your own time as well. It's a perfect fit for some light weekend learning. Even if, like me, you've read his books and are fairly well-versed in design thinking methodologies generally, there's always something to learn from watching, reflecting and otherwise engaging with these core ideas.
Highlights include the fabulous "cube exercise" in which you're asked to redesign a cardboard box in a way that makes passers-by stop to touch, rotate, and rub it. Also useful are the explanations of the gulfs of execution and evaluation, and the seven questions of design.
Check out Intro to the Design of Everyday Things.