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TrainingZONE Insider #27 – Beating the Mid-Afternoon Energy Slump


TrainingZONE Insider - Issue 27
Wednesday 14 July 2004

********** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ***** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ******
1 Beating the Mid-Afternoon Energy Slump
2 Post CTP Courses
3 The Conscious Competence Model
4 Resources: Training Needs Analysis
5 Survey: Training Venues 2004
********** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ***** THIS WEEK'S TOPICS ******

Editor's note
Warm summer afternoons after special training event lunch can
mean only one thing - a room full of dozing delegates. If you are
faced with this all-too familiar situation, don't miss this
week's suggestions for beating the mid afternoon slump.

And staying with last week's trainer development theme, this week
John Gavin's wants to know what course to take now that he has
got his Certificate in Training Practice.

So far recommendations include professional memberships, CPD and
the City and Guilds Certificate in adult teaching. But do you
know better?

Follow the links below to read the responses or post your own
comments and questions.


Claire Savage
Editor, TrainingZONE

Learning Expo 2004 - Train the Trainer
The 2004 Learning Expo is a series of five workshops which are
designed to enable trainers to make dramatic improvements in
learning and performance. With several world leaders such as Tony
Buzan, Eric Jensen and Dave Meier presenting, the Expo is the
premier learning event in Europe, and is being held at Cambridge
University throughout August.

Any Answers Answered
This week members have shared advice and best practice on:

Who was the originator of the Conscious Competence Model?

What courses are worth doing after the CTP?

How to beat the post lunch energy slump during training sessions.

Models and examples for leadership training.

The first choice in training and conference venues
Initial Style Conferences is the UK market leader in dedicated
residential training and conferencing venues, operating 29 venues
around the UK. All venues offer dedicated training and meeting
rooms with the latest in AV technology in addition to well-
appointed en-suite bedrooms, creative cuisine and leisure

New questions posted on Any Answers include:

What are the most important criteria to consider when evaluating
a number of training proposals? asks Tom Harlow.

Karen Roem wants to know how quickly adults learn.

Lee Archer wants to hear your views on training design ratios.

New training manager Jo Milton wants advice on how to handle a
first team briefing.

Share your knowledge on any of the questions posted here or ask
your own question at:

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leaders to read the context, influence people, and maintain
optimism through good times and bad. Enhancing leadership skills,
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Training Needs Analysis Toolkit
This best selling Training Needs Analysis Toolkit enables you to
identify the skills required within your business, its teams and
individual roles. It shows you how to assess current skill
levels, identify gaps and plan training activity to meet the
identified needs. The toolkit is designed to assess training
needs across people, computer and technical skills. To help you
assess people skills objectively, it even includes a generic list
of people skills and behavioural indicators. This toolkit helps
to make one of the hardest of training management tasks easy,
efficient and effective.

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If you do today exactly what you did yesterday then you can
expect tomorrow to be as disappointing as today was or maybe you
could change your life forever. See Anthony Robbins live. Click
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Nominate your favourite venue in our Training Venues 2004 survey
and we'll enter you in our champagne draw.

New Members
This week TrainingZONE welcomes new members from organisations
including: Epic, Sport England, Shell International, the CPS,
Scottish Power, Unesco and Pfizer.

Job Alert
If you would like to see your company's vacancy here call Nick
Lewis on 0117 915 8641.

Course / Event: The Executive Coach Training 2004
Vendor Name: Coaching & Communication Centre
Price: Self-financing - 2995 + VAT Corporate rate - 3995 + VAT
Type of Course: Open training course or seminar
Dates: 23rd October 2004 - 12th June 2005
Duration: 9 Months
Short Description: Train to be an executive coach in 2004

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