The journal aims to provide an easy to use compendium of tested up-to-date training and development methods, incorporating new and interesting ideas and guidance on their use.
The best training practices are devised from real-life learning situations, then adapted into workable formulae for use outside the original organization. This collection of training methods is compiled from actual experience, and includes contributions from leading figures in the training and development field. It builds into a bank of useful material that can be referred to again and again, and added to year on year.
The journal's unusual format makes it a highly effective toolkit, which can be photocopied, sampled, and used again and again to try out different programmes and evaluate their effectiveness through actual response. It provides an innovative loose-leaf format, looks at current practices and innovations and builds into a unique, practical manual and resource.
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