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Favourite Features 2005: Public Sector Training, Training Methods and Blended Learning


TrainingZONE has published some fantastic features in 2005. If you missed them first time around, here's a selection of previously published features looking at the public sector training, training methods and blended learning.

Public sector training

Staff Development in the Public Sector
Kay Baldwin-Evans, Head of Research at SkillSoft, outlines the findings of a study into the development opportunities available to public sector workers.

Is Creativity the Key to Career Happiness in the Public Sector?
Tom Bewick, chief executive of Creative and Cultural Skills the sector skills council for the advertising, craft, cultural heritage, design, music, performing, literary and visual arts, outlines the findings of an independent study undertaken for the SSC.

Training methods

Feedback Culture - Avoiding the Blame Game
If you are training staff to give feedback but not how to receive it, you may be storing up more problems than you are solving, according to Clare Hollett, Managing Consultant at Blue Sky Consulting.

The Learning Curve
The learning curve is often presented as just what it sounds like, a smooth, gentle climb and descent. So how come it sometimes feels more like an uphill struggle of Tour de France proportions? Byron Kalies investigates.

Disability Equality - 10 Tips for Trainers
Rick Williams FCIPD summarises the issues that trainers and organisers need to take into account when planning events.

Feature: Speak Their Language
Consultant hypnotherapist, trainer and life coach Lynda Hudson explains how carefully chosen language can help you engage learners with different learning styles.

Blended Learning

The Integrated Future for Learning
Dr Jo Cheesman of Academee looks at recent trends in training, including the growth of blended learning, and makes a few predictions for the future.

Blending the Right Solution
Frank Salisbury of Business and Training Solutions International looks at some of the common problems of e-learning and how blended delivery can overcome them.

The Perfect Balance
With so many options for blending different forms of learning to provide a tailored package, Mike Ditchburn of Bourne Training offers some advice on getting the balance right.

The Blended Learning Cookbook
Is there one ideal way to set up a blended learning programme or does every trainer have to rewrite the cookbook for every new piece of training? Jo Cheesman of Academee offers some tips.


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