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Training games to support learning transfer
National - Master Class Series
Fri 10 Mar 2017, 1:30pm to 2:30pm AEDT
|Level||Master Class Series|
|Location||at your desk, Webinar, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$60|
|Cost inc. GST ||$88|
|Who should attend?||
In most situations, a carefully selected game or activity will support the trainer in attracting and maintaining interest in their session. If they are not playing they are straying, so we need to find the ying and yang relationship of content and supporting activity. Remember, games are not the antithesis of content. They help to challenge, reinforce, persuade, refocus and reassure participants. This session provides more than a dozen fun activities that can be used to support learning transfer.
By the end of this workshop, participants will have the knowledge & skills to:
- Develop an awareness of how to use training games to build enthusiasm and reinforce learning.
- Build a toolkit of practical activities that can be used to engage participants.
- Identify specific activities that can be used to support learning transfer, and
- Enable greater control of sessions, through holding participant attention.
Facilitated by: Marc Ratcliffe
Marc Ratcliffe is the CEO and founder of MRWED Training and Assessment. He has been involved in Workplace and Vocational Education for 23 years and has conducted more than 300 Training and Assessment courses in 12 countries since 2000. He is the author of the “The Trainer’s Toolkit” (2011) and “The Trainer’s Cook Book” (2014) and is a co-author of three of the “S.C.O.R.E. for Trainers” publications. In 2009, he was listed as one of the top 10 young trainers in the world by US Training Magazine, was awarded a Global HR Award for "Strategic Leadership" by the HRD World Congress in 2012 and was named as AITD’s Learning and Development Professional of the Year for QLD/NT in 2013. Most recently he was presented with the “Outstanding Leadership Award” by the HRD World Congress in 2015.