Chapter . Training Methods and Strategies

It is up to the trainer to build a rich learning environment where shy and bold participants alike will benefit. Only the trainer is charged with the task of making learning flourish in a designated space with a chosen set of resources and a group of individuals who may be pleased, but many times, not overly excited, about being trained.

Whatever the circumstances, the best preparation for providing as effective a learning environment as you can is to know, understand, and practice a variety of training methods and strategies. The following should be part of every trainer's repertoire; you will not know how valuable they are until you are caught without the one, the only, perfect solution to your problem. ...

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