Traditional Training Vs. Learner-Centered Training

For years, the emphasis has been on a Traditional (trainer-centered) educational model. Students in this conventional learning approach are required to listen solely to lecturers. Trainers typically direct all classroom activities, leaving little room for feedback or discussion. It promotes a culture of dependency, which inhibits the learning process. In recent years, however, a Coaching… Continue reading Traditional Training Vs. Learner-Centered Training

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Benefits of Face to Face Trainer Assessor Courses

What Are Train Assessor Courses? Trainer Assessor courses are instructional programs that provide new and inexperienced workers with the necessary training to better understand their respective fields and become more successful while ensuring training standards are maintained within the organization. These courses can also be beneficial for current trainers as well; they can teach the… Continue reading Benefits of Face to Face Trainer Assessor Courses

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THE P.O.OH Principle

We have fallen into the trap of beginning training at the prestart of the vehicle or the equipment – There is so much more to operator training than a prestart. The following points lay out the foundations of Operator Training in a logical order you can use to train your trainees – Day in /… Continue reading THE P.O.OH Principle

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Whats in the Bucket?

Too often as trainers we fill the bucket of our learners so full that they soon overflow with information and the learnings are not retained. To be able to be recalled and used again in the future. There is a better approach. Find out whats in the Bucket First of all lets find out what… Continue reading Whats in the Bucket?

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