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I have limited experience in providing sales training and looking for some help. I'm training in a niche area where there are very few resources available.

Good training that I've attended myself always involves good visuals and resources and I'm looking to emulate that.

Can anyone recommended a course that gives coverage of the preparation and resources element?

Many thanks
Andy North

5 Responses

  1. Recommendations
    I few years ago I attended a Brain Friendly course by Kaizen Training. It weas quite expensive but was one of the best courses I have attended. I think the principles they promote would lend themsleves really well to sales training. I’m not ure if this is the tyope iof course you had in mind but it might be worth looking at their website:

    Also,if you need some reasonably priced but good quality sales materials you might also find that Trainer Bubble is worth a visit.

    I hope this helps

  2. get your learners to create the visuals
    Hello Andy
    All good training is about the learning that takes place – and I agree that great visuals and resources can help that process.
    If you get the learners creating the visuals and resources for themselves the learning will be even more powerful – and you can save yourself lots of time which can then be devoted to helping learners learn.

    Warm regards,
    Stella Collins

  3. Useful course

    I can highly recommend the Training Foundation TAP courses ( You will find they provide excellent workshops on Design & Development,Facilitation Skills and Delivery Skills. After 20+ years of being a training professional there were still loads of things I learned which have improved my skills, and also lots of things I was reminded of that I had “rusted” up on. A very well worthwhile programme with a recognised training qualification at the end.

  4. I agree with Chris
    I thought I would add my support to Chris here. I recently completed my TAP diploma in e learning and really enjoyed the course. These guys make you work but you do learn a lot of really practical stuff that you can put into use.

    If their other courses are as useful as their e learning suite then they are definitely worth taking a look at.

  5. Training materials
    I also recommend the TAP courses as they are quite effective but also concise which in today’s world with ever shrinking lack of time, is exactly what to look for.

    As for visuals, training materials, diagrams, notes, exercises and so on try Skills Converged.

    If you need anything specific, please let me know.

    Hope this helps.


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