Using Training Aids in Training and Development: A Practical Guide for Trainers and Presenters

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Kogan Page, 1998 - Audio-visual materials - 239 pages
With the emphasis firmly on the practical side, this book looks at the whole range of options available to trainers - both high-tech and tried and tested low-tech solutions that still have a place in the trainer's toolkit. Examining in detail every aspect of training aids, in all types of instructional setting, Leslie Rae describes the range of aids available, showing how to use them to the greatest effect, why and when to use them and what supportive activities are required. Packed with proven tips to give your training sessions and presentations greater impact, the book offers objective, practical advice.

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About the author (1998)

Leslie Rae Rae is a management and training consultant, and a well-known author based in the UK.

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