Teaching philosophy for trainers

I was thinking, a training philosophy for trainers is a good idea because it is a directional and instructional lighthouse that keeps trainers progressing in the right instructional direction as facilitators and instructional designers. It ensures you’re always true to yourself and what you believe about the adults in your workshops or training sessions. It […]

What makes a good training?

Did you know some theories suggest traditional learning systems were influenced by experimental psychologists? It’s true!  They assert many of the very same approaches used to train dogs and animals are actually used to teach children too. It’s all rooted in an external rewards-based system. You know what I mean, a mouse goes through a […]