training workshop described below has
already taken place.
It is left here as an example of a workshop design that may be repeated in the future. If you would like to host or attend this kind of workshop (or are just curious about what happened) send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviewing Skills Training, is
providing 2 x 2 day
workshops at Log Heights,
Castle, North Yorkshire, England
[Log Heights has since evolved intoBoth of these two 2-day programmes are for trainers who want to make training more dynamic and effective. Both programmes provide a unique opportunities for exploring the use of active and creative reviewing techniques under the guidance of Dr. Roger Greenaway who has a wide experience internationally of providing trainer-training in this field. These workshops will extend your toolkit for maximising learning and for promoting the transfer of learning. You may attend one or both programmes.
- same castle, same Shirley, more twist
still training trainers]
The first event provides an excellent opportunity for you to:
The first 2-day workshopis about improving the quality of the whole training experience - both during training exercises and during reviews. You will learn how to maintain full involvement throughout the learning process - ensuring that learners are alert, motivated and curious. You will learn a number of methods for keeping the connections alive between doing and thinking - rather than just alternating between these two modes of learning. Whatever the purpose of your training, a skilled and confident approach to reviewing will help to generate a highly productive climate for learning.
Programme Details: Reviewing Skills and Tools for Trainers
How to Transfer
10 benefits of effective reviewing
About Roger GreenawayRoger Greenaway is the author of Playback and other books and articles about reviewing. Roger provided his first trainer-training courses in reviewing at Brathay in the early eighties. He was awarded a doctorate in 1995 for a study entitled 'Powerful Learning Experiences in Management Learning and Development'. Roger now provides reviewing skills training and consultancy in the UK and abroad.
went down so well with the staff that we asked
Roger to run a second training event for us''
techniques are still working wonders for us on
the job with what occasionally seem to be miraculous results. Thank you
[3 months on]
our clients benefited long term because the
transfer of learning from our programmes was greatly enhanced''
Programme detailsFor more details of programmes described on this page go to:
Down Your WayIf you would like either of these events to come to you (instead of you going to them) please contact Roger Greenaway at email@example.com to discover how this can become a reality - whether you are one person or a group of colleagues, and wherever you live in the world.