500 Tips for Trainers

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Kogan Page, 1995 - Employees - 128 pages
This text offers at least 500 practical suggestions for trainers on a wide variety of aspects of designing, delivering and evaluating training programmes and resources. The book covers such topics as planning your programme, organizing the venue, running the workshop, using resources effectively and making the most of feedback.

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About the author (1995)

Phil Race is Emeritus Professor of Educational Development of the University of Glamorgan. Since taking early retirement in 1995, he travels extensively running staff-development workshops on assessment, teaching methods, models of learning, and the design of open learning materials.He is Visiting Professor at the European Business School, London, where he is also Programme Director for the EBS Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. He also led the University of Durham's Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education until March 2000. He is normally to be found in Newcastle-upon-Tyne at weekends, and travels from York midweek.

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