Participative Training Skills
John Rodwell explores the range of participative activities. The book looks at the 'core skills' involved. It shows how trainee participation corresponds to the processes of adult learning and describes each specific skill, including the relevant psychological models. It then devotes a chapter to each method, and ends with a matrix showing which method is most suitable for meeting which objectives.
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The nature of participative training
Planning and preparation
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