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training about the importance of communication


Hi everyone!

My name is Dorina and I'm from Albania. I finished studies for social worker and at the moment I work part-time as a assistant lecturer at the Social Worker Faculty in my country.

I want to organise a training program about the importance of communication with my students, but I do not have enough experience in this field.

I would be very grateful if you could help me with a traning program example and some suggestions and informations.

Respectfully, Dorina!

4 Responses

  1. is this too simple?

    just imagine a world in which no one communicated…………









    …at all……..









    boring, isn’t it?


  2. Thank you..:)

    Thanx a lot mr. Rus!!

    I really appreciate your help. It’s a very interesting idea.

    I wish you the best!

  3. and also…..

    has it ever occured to you that it is almost impossible NOT to communicate;

    Imagine that whilst you are running your training a smartly dressed woman in a business suit came into the room.  She said nothing but stood just inside the door holding a clipboard and looking around the room at each student in turn.  She made some notes. Then she looked at you.  She made some more notes.  She looked around the room again.  Smiled at her notes and left, closing the door quietly behind her.

    If you asked the students to write down who they thought she was an what she was doing they would virtually all reach conclusions based on her non verbal behaviours.  These conclusions would probably include the woman’s hierarchical status (perhaps in relation to yours), her objective in visiting, and even her attitudes to you and the students….and yet the woman didn’t say a word!

    The same can be said for your students as social workers and their clients as people in need of "help"

    Ask the students what it is about peoples’ non verba behaviours that can be interpreted (in different ways) as being communicative….discuss.


  4. Big Topic

    Hi Dorina

    Unfortunately your question and topic is far too big for me to answer ūüôā

    However in terms of you designing this training (and any others) you may want to consider what your specific learning objectives are, who your audience is, their experience and current knowledge/skills in this area.  Are you imparting knowledge or building skills? Will they need to practice these skills to build competence?  If this is about communication, communicating with whom for what purpose and how will the training make a difference?  If the training is successful how will you know?

    Once you start answering these and other questions then it will be much easier to build a relevant training event.

    Hope this is useful.



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