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Case study on the use of 10-minute training sessions at work


An article recently posted to Individual Learning News shows how one company has successfully overcome the 'no time' argument to introduce quick refresher and update training sessions for its staff.

L.G.G. Charlesworth Ltd is a manufacturer of engineering grade plastics components in Malvern, Worcestershire. Currently it has about 57 employees. In the process of a programme of employee development and skills training, and in working towards an Investors in People award, the company devised a method of staff training that is a model for medium, small and micro enterprises which have great difficulty in releasing staff for training days. No matter how pressured a production line, or how frantic a working environment, people have to be able to take ten minutes every now and then for a cup of coffee or a cigarette break. Why not ten minutes for a training session?

The process for introducing and running quick training sessions is explored at


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