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I am in the process of writing a wrap-up for a 3 day induction course. Can anyone give me some hints and tips on a good way of ending the "show"!
Sue Nunan

4 Responses

  1. Wrap up!
    Hi Sue,

    what kind of roles will these inductees go into and how senior are they? I have several wrap-up exercises that I could let you have a copy of for this event but the choice would depend on your audience. They would last between 20 and 30 minutes to run plus 5-10 minutes to review – could you afford that amount of time?

    Drop me a reply on gary/[email protected]



  2. End with prize-giving
    Dear Sue,
    The induction event at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young ends with a prize giving. There are prizes for people who won the fun icebrakers at the start, teams which provided the best insight into one of our Service Lines, and anyone else we think deserves one. It provides an excellent upbeat closing moment.
    Best regards,
    Dick Barton
    Learning & Development Manager

  3. Agree the plan
    Get all the delegates to visit/telephone their respective line-managers to agree their plan (this does of course need to be pre-arranged with the line managers involved). This will keep the delegates focused, involve the line-managers and recognise that the value of a 3-day induction will only be realised by how what they do manifests itself in the proverbial real world. Hold a final plenary session to guage feedback and identify those who are likely to need additional support and plan a one-day reunion in 3-6 months time.

  4. Induction wrap up
    I’ve always found a fun session ends the Induction on a high. One way to do this is to tell the Inductees right at the start that there will be a test at the end of the course. Then on the last afternoon, split them into two or three teams and get them to write 10 questions for the other teams. This is competitive and they must of course have the right answers themselves. The Trainer’s decision is final on any dubious questions/answers. The delegates can answer questions as individuals or in groups – you decide. You can even have some random questions on “stick-its” on a board – like in “Question of Sport”
    This session is always very popular and moves very quickly.
    feel free to email me at [email protected] or call me on 020 7864 8715

    Good Luck!


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