Learning Resources

Early Engagement

As great learning developers, it is our role is to give learners a positive learning experience, so that they learn fast and, most importantly, the ...
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Spaced Revision

Unlocking Long-Term Retention: The Power of Spaced Revision in Training

Visual Storytelling for Adult Learning
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Slideshows Brain Friendly Training

Harnassing Visual Storytelling for Adult Learning

Visual Storytelling for Adult Learning
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brain friendly training

“Maximizing Learning Opportunities: The Benefits of Swapping Groups in Training Environments”

Tips for Trainers: Playing Cards for Group Management
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training tips using playing cards

Engage Your Learners with Playing Cards: Tips for Trainers and Educators

Tips for Trainers: Playing Cards for Group Management
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Use of Colour

Boosting Learning Outcomes: The Power of Colour for Educators and Trainers

Colour one of the most powerful learning tools out there!
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Embed the Learning

Do you as a trainer, find it frustrating that your material just doesn’t seem to stick with your students long term?. There are a couple ...
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IS YOUR TRAINING IMPACT LIKE BLUE TACK OR SUPERGLUE TO THE BRAIN?

IS YOUR TRAINING IMPACT LIKE BLUE TACK OR SUPERGLUE TO THE BRAIN? A fantastic workshop for injecting life into sometimes boring or mundane training topics ...
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TACTILE LEARNERS

Recently I was in Townsville running a Trainers Intensive and had three participants who became emotionally attached to their squashy toys.  It was so funny ...
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MANAGING YOUR NERVES

There is, of course, all the traditional advice of how to manage your own nerves like: * Preparation and rehearsal. In your preparations, make sure ...
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GET YOUR GROUP ON !

When breaking your participants into Groups, use these ‘quick-sticks’ ideas: 1. Hair Colour – light & dark & inbetweeners 2. Birthdays – quarters of the ...
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Four STRESS-BUSTING TOOLS

WELL-BEING TIP 1.  What’s Important? Okay, we all lead busy lives and despite our character traits, our dominant brain hemisphere’s and our varying ability to ...
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