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Training Stationary Packs for Trainers


Does anyone know it there is a Trainer Stationary Pack on the market, a bag/case that carries everything you could ever need to use in a training room, from icebreakers to pens etc. Or has anyone designed their own?
Liz Rooke

5 Responses

  1. style conferences
    Style conferences (and most conference centres) put out a box for trainers with staplers, hole puches etc.
    I have a carpenters toolbox which I keep with me that contains pens, paper, post its, blu-tac, an extension lead, masking tape, string, a roll of brown paper, magnets, a pointer, vu foil acetates, drawing pins, name cards and badges, timers, a stopwatch, and a shed load of other stuff.

  2. The Training Shop
    I logged onto a website called The Training Shop, sorry but I can’t remember the exact address, however, type it into Google and you should be able to find it. Has some great gifts for delegates, flip-chart carry cases, pens sets etc.. Although the suggestion of the tool box is one that I have used for many years.
    I have a black and yellow wickes tool box that’s packed with everything from straws to cellotape to pens and pins to laminated ice-breakers and games we use in workshops. Cost about £15 and holds everything I need.

  3. OddJob

    I always carried my own, a toolbox with compartments, it had everything I needed in it from pens and blutac to a spare projector bulb, batteries, and a torch (after an unfortunately timed power cut). It had stress balls, lego and construction materials for impromptu games if a session needed lightening and any number of back up role plays and handy notes ‘just in case’.

    The back of the car had flipchart paper in it, also, just in case.

    It even came in handy when stuck on the motorway with bored children in the car!

    My advice would be to go to B&Q, pick up a toolbox, take it to Staples and go wild in the aisles.


  4. If you’re an IT trainer…
    If you’re an IT trainer then a USB memory stick has to be in the toolkit. For too many reasons to mention.

    For IT trainers who train at different offices, it’s especially useful if you pre-load it with favourite materials, so if someone wants to learn about something outside of the original intended scope of the course, you can load it up and print it out.


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