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Adding value to training – ten tips


Robert Chapman, Co-founder of the Training Camp, offers ten tips on adding value to training.

1. Run all parts of the course in one place with no distractions

2. Keep students focused - don't put them off with hours of self-study before they even step into the classroom

3. Enhance productivity - combine related courses so that time spent out of the office is used more effectively

4. Teach with real life examples and experience, not theory

5. Have personal tutors on hand 24x7

6. Take away the hassle and distraction of everyday life to allow for total immersion and concentration

7. Have on-site facilities for the students to take the exam where they studied for it

8. Allow students to sit the exam for the first time immediately after completing the training

9. Provide feedback and offer advice after the course has been completed. The relationship doesn't end when the course does

10. Establish a course alumni group so that even when the teaching is over, students can keep in touch with each other and share experience and advice

How do you add value to training and to training departments? E-mail the editor with your questions and suggestions.


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