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Blogs are a great way to share ideas, thoughts and to engage with other trainers. And, for self-employed trainers and training consultants, they’re a great way to network and market your services.

Any member can post blogs to this area, and when you post a blog your name will link to your public profile allowing other members to find out more about you.

Featured Blog

Learning to Play or Playing to Learn?
Some years ago I was asked to run a training course for all the staff, managers and Trustees of a large charity. I met the CEO to discuss the course and mentioned that I would use a collage-making activity early on in the day to identify and exp....
November 13 2014 Nicki Davey
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Rod's Blog

Breaking the Fun Ceiling
When it comes to experiential learning it seems that, for many, there’s a ceiling beyond which learning has to stop being fun.
“Oh, we couldn’t use that activity with senior managers, it’s much too fun”, or words to that ef....
November 5 2014 Rod Webb
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Latest Blogs

The Best of Intentions..... Anjana Rajani
Wheelchair or Pushchair: Who Should take Priority? Tracey Proudlock
Learning to Play or Playing to Learn? Nicki Davey
Breaking the Fun Ceiling Rod Webb
Diversity and Fruit Salads Joanne Barnfather
Getting to Grips with Your Time Joanne Barnfather
Time Management or Behaviour Management? Joanne Barnfather
Every Voice Counts Myra-Ann Pickens