The Training Essentials series focuses on issues in contemporary training. The books are comprehensive, setting out the theoretical background, while also providing practical guidance to meet the hands-on needs of training practitioners. The series features core reading for those working towards professional training qualifications and the competency requirements of the Training and Development Standards.
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The Politics of Training
The Key Dimensions
Playing with Process
Mixed Personality Classes
Classic Training Challenges
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