A Useful Guide to Delivering TrainingAuthors: Alan Sarsby
As with many subjects, there is a gap between knowing and doing. For training, the knowing includes the academic aspects, such as the conceptual frameworks, the learning theories, and expertise in your subject. As an example, our health and safety training division insists upon all of our trainers holding a suitable health and safety qualification such as the NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent. Please click here for more information on the NEBOSH General Certificate and other health and safety training courses.
On the other side of the gap is the Doing. Being a good trainer needs familiarity of the knowing side of the gap. To make training happen requires the ability to plan and organise, to communicate with and invite learners, to run and facilitate the training event, and being able to work around the unexpected. This is the doing side of the gap, and is particularly descriptive of our management training courses, team building and business coaching programmes which combine an effective mix of theory and practical elements.
This useful guide bridges the gap between the knowing and doing of delivering training.
What the Useful Guide includes:
Upon completion you will be able to:
About the Author
Alan Sarsby has enjoyed over forty years in many different careers; including electronic engineering, IT, strategy, customer support, and project leadership.
He has invented and implemented novel approaches to enterprise design and change leadership.
Alan has extensive experience of designing, delivering, and evaluating training.
He is the also the author of...