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In the world of continuing vocational education and training, educating adult students is a double edge sword – it’s both challenging and fulfilling. Their unique life experiences and skills shape the way they process new information. And as a trainer, teaching approaches can make or break the learning experience for your students. The key is […]
Snack content and micro learning: Training fast food or a real learning innovation? Opinion is divided on this new trend, which has been the subject of much discussion in recent years. While some fear a potential loss of knowledge and skills, others see it as a great opportunity for improving their teaching practices, grabbing learners’ […]
As a trainer, are you familiar with educational alignment? Maybe it’s time you looked into it. This is fundamental concept in university teaching that has a lot to offer. Whether you are experiencing problems in your teaching or you simply want to improve, there is every reason to look at this concept more closely. This […]
Personalization, personalization, personalization. This is all the training gurus can talk about. That’s all very well, but how can you achieve it? How can you create a personalized course as close as possible to learners’ real needs? How can you satisfy them with regard to the content and purpose of their learning? One way is […]
Running a class means bringing the content to life, revealing it to the general public and making it accessible to a group of people impatient to discover it. How can you plan it and teach it so that this content is definitively accepted and integrated by the participants? Ask yourself when preparing the class Several […]
The first thing that comes to mind when we think about training and disability is access for persons with reduced mobility (PRMs): is there a ramp, a lift and wide enough doors. Fortunately, the answer to this question is increasingly YES. However, another type of disability must also be taken into account, one that is […]
You have secured your first contract and the training date is set. All that remains is to prepare your session. How to teach your first face-to-face professional training course when you are just starting out? If training is your secondary activity or represents a career change, the answer is not always easy. Without presuming to […]