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L & D Matters

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Another blog article of my own on the value of asking questions when delivering face to face training sessions or workshops.

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Encouraging SMEs to Show Their Work

Encouraging SMEs to Show Their Work | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it

This is I drafted this blog post on an aircraft flight.  I was on my way to spend a half day with a small group of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to run a kickoff session on development of a learning progra...

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This is both an example of 'Working Out Loud'(ie reflecting on your work and sharing your thought processes) and also discusses very practically an approach to helping subject matter experts to train colleagues.

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Helping people learn IT systems - Practical Tools - CIPD

Helping people learn IT systems - Practical Tools - CIPD | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it
A practical interactive tool to help organisations look in detail at issues that may be important in organising systems learning.
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This is designed for those involved in helping people learn how to use IT systems.

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L & D Matters: June 2013

L & D Matters: June 2013 | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it
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This is a blog post of my own (well why not!) 'Toffee Pudding or how to make learning stick' is full of ideas on how to design learning that ' is retained and impacts on performance.

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Fashion victims

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Could tests to diagnose 'learning styles' do more harm than good, asks Peter Kingston.
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Article from the Guardian reporting on the detailed & highly critical research by Frank Coffield's team into a range of approaches to learning styles.  The actual report is quite long, but here is the reference for those who want it all 'Learning styles & pedagogy in post-16 learning: a systematic & critical review' 2004

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Updated 'ripples model' - Phil Race

Updated 'ripples model' - Phil Race | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it
I’ve updated the PowerPoint file which shows the development of the ‘ripples model’ of learning, with some new slides added. Now it should download more easily, directly as a PowerPoint file, without the hassle of zipped folders, as my website software no longer needs these. . This is written up as Chapter 2 of the 2nd …
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Really useful model of learning created by Phil Race based on how learners describe the experience.

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Life After Death by PowerPoint 2012 by Don McMillan - YouTube

Newly edited and improved version of Don's classic bit "Life After Death by PowerPoint".
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Very fun clip on how not to use powerpoint as a presentation or training aid.

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Learning and development 2014 - Survey Reports - CIPD

Learning and development 2014 - Survey Reports - CIPD | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it
Our 2014 survey, produced in partnership with Cornerstone OnDemand, provides data on the main trends and issues in learning and talent development.
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Report on the annual survey by the Chartered Institute for Personnel & Development into L&D in the UK in 2014

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Learning methods - Factsheets - CIPD

Learning methods - Factsheets - CIPD | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it
Introductory guidance covering the types of workplace-based and off-site learning methods, and how appropriate methods should be chosen. Includes the CIPD viewpoint.
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Puts training courses and workshops into context by introducing a range of other learning methods which are widely used in organisations.

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How to present when you would really like to curl up in a ball and die -

How to present when you would really like to curl up in a ball and die - | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it
So here is the thing.  You need to stand up in front of a group and deliver a presentation.  This is part of your work, your job, and your career.  You have tried everything you possibly can to get out of it (the dog ate your homework, your junior staff member can do it as […]
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Practical tips for overcoming nerves when faced with delivering a presentation - which may be one part of a training session.  Another tip is to build in lots of interaction with the learners, which takes the attention off yourself and also leads to more effective learning.

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Workshops_that_work.pdf

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Download of 'Workshops that Work' which is packed full of ideas to make learning interactive and effective.

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Training design: First make sure training is the best solution!

Training design: First make sure training is the best solution! | L&D Getting Started | Scoop.it
Is training really the best solution to a problem? Often, no. Here's a flowchart that will help you identify what will really work, whether it's a job aid, a workflow improvement, training, or something else. It's a streamlined, non-geeky approach to needs analysis.
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Great flowchart to help you think through the process of LNA and in particular what will most effectively improve performance - it may not be training!

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