Periodically I deliver training in governance and compliance on a voluntary basis for the charity sector and my aim from the beginning was to make it interesting and fun.
Training Delivery Style
The most important mantra as a trainer is to ensure that if you are passionate about a topic such as governance and compliance, then show it positively not negatively. Otherwise, your learners will not be engaged at all. The worst case scenario stating the obvious is a glazed eyed look from the learners and lack of engagement.
Preparing the programme with the imagination of the relevant topics and have the necessary scenarios of the do’s and don’ts. This can only be achieved in group work where you are encouraging total involvement leading to an energetic dynamic.
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About the Blogger
Renford Marsden MInstLM, MLPI has achieved UK professional membership of the: Institute of Leadership & Management and the Learning & Performance Institute during his current working life. He completed his secondary school education in the 1970s. Then continued increasing his qualifications via adult further education evening classes. Also known as nightschool in the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s. He has also has undertaken further studying remotely. He believes, that you are never too old to learn. That achieving additional qualifications indicates hard work and genuine interest in the topic. Most importantly flexibility when being engaged in paid work. Currently as a professional freelance PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) qualified trainer. Delivering training in the niche disciplines of IT bespoke software and governance and compliance.
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