Short Courses & Workshops: Improving the Impact of Learning, Training & Professional Development

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Kogan Page, 2001 - Education - 186 pages
A discussion of the management of learning on short courses and in workshops, which may take place in a wide range of educational or training situations. It is particularly important that short courses have a good impact, that is, that they result in an improvement or change in some form of previous practice. Without impact, the value of short courses must be questioned.

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Jennifer Moon is Staff Development Officer at the University of Exeter.

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