This work has been updated to reflect recent changes that have taken place in the field of training. It covers all the main aspects of designing, presenting and delivering a training course, with a new section on group facilitation and expanded chapters on learning theory and group management.
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A new edition of one of the first and best-selling McGraw-Hill Training Series books, Developing Effective Training Skills is practical, hands-on and easy to read, suitable for any trainer, tutor or facilitator of groups of mature, adult learners. It is written mainly for those new to training, but also contains material that will be very relevant to more experienced trainers. It is highly acclaimed and now is extensively re-written to reflect the changes in training over the last four years - the role of IT, the increasing role played by line managers in training and a new section of transactional analysis. The book has separate chapters on all the important sections of training that need to be considered by `up-front' trainer - designing, presenting and evaluating a course. In response to feedback from readers world-wide, the chapters on Learning Theory and Managing the Group have been considerably enlarged.
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