Advanced train the trainer
Dealing with difficult participants
We love participants coming to virtual training with differing personalities and quirks. Sometimes though small quirks can interfere with the group dynamics or success of a learning experience. This is where learning the skills for dealing with difficult participants can be a life saver.
Who will benefit?
responsible for creating workshops that encourage full and robust learner engagement.
who want to learn the skills for dealing with difficult participants, and create safe and inclusive ways to nudge them back on track.
responsible for developing learning environments that cater for all and deliver quality learning transfer.
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The act of learning is something that transcends generations, cultures and societies. When everything is centred around the learner and their needs, it considers the optimal conditions for learning based on the five key learning methodologies.
Different learning requirements and neurodiversity amongst your learners, requires careful consideration in how you provide virtual training.
There is significant research promoting the benefits of blended learning including improved transfer to cost savings. And yet in 2021 only 17% of organisations were offering blended learning solutions according to this CIPD report.