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rathna_81
Posted: Aug 6 2011, 03:56 PM


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Dear All,
Nice to join this site. Iam working as Training Executive. Need assistance from you regarding how to conduct a class room training more intresting.
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ElizabethWoodvine
Posted: Sep 28 2011, 08:20 PM


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Hi.

A little late response as I've joined the site this evening.

Build rapport with your group and make sure that ALL learning styles are catered for.

Incorporating experiential activities, guided discussion and being a raconteur will make your training session both engaging and memorable.

Hope this helps!

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