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February’s Theme on TrainingZONE – The Basics of Training


Throughout February on TrainingZONE we will be publishing features and case studies that focus on all aspects of the basics of training.

This will include topics such as identifying the needs of the learner; dealing with the reluctant learner; evaluation & feedback; finding the right trainer; the difference between coaching and mentoring.

If you want to submit an article or case study email the editor Claire Savage at mailto:[email protected]

Inclusion of links: We will include a link to contributors' nominated sites and/or e-mail contact address, so that members can access further information about the author if they wish to do so.

Editorial Guidelines

Overall content: Our editorial policy is not to use material directly promoting an organisation's goods and services. Instead, we publish original contributed features containing specific viewpoints on training-related subjects, advice guides and opinion pieces commenting on customer experiences or experiences of the training market itself.

Length of piece: 300-1000 words

Format: People tend to scan read on the Internet - it is a habit we are all developing in response to the massive amount of information available. So it's good to alert readers quickly to what you are going to put before them, by using headings through a long piece, and splitting the text into relatively short paragraphs.


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