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Training Packages Guide


I write e-publications and have been asked several times whether I could write about Training Packages.

Do you think there is a need for this type of product or are there similar products available?

Robin Henry

3 Responses

  1. YES
    I think this is a very relevant need. I have attended a Certificate in Training Practice course and the one thing lacking was practical tips on how to design a training course, i.e. how to lay out the trainer notes, tips on making handouts/visual aids more attractive etc.

  2. There is a need
    I agree with helen comments and would certianly be interested in such information. As new training consultant it would of most use.

  3. Diverse learning styles
    It is difficult to design a training package that will appeal to everybody – having written and published over 20, I have had much feedback!
    The style and layout will depend on a number of variables (abilities and skills of audience, as well as their background knowledge) should be the starting points.
    There are many training courses that already cover these areas (mainly in publishing arenas), but these are mainly geared to academic texts. In the end, this question is a little rhetorical, as no one training manual can cover the diversity of audiences: it can only give pointers to good practice.


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