|Number of Pages||112 Pages|
|Dimensions (Cms)||14.8 x 0.7 x 10.5|
The I.T. Trainer's Pocketbook explains training needs analysis and how adults learn, including the different learning styles, The IT Trainer's Pocketbook then looks at the vital practical areas of preparation, including what to do when your equipment won't work or when you have too many delegates. There is also advice about how much you need to know before training others (with a formula to help you calculate). Handling difficult participants (e.g. technophobes) and coping with delegates with vastly different skill levels are amongst the classic IT problems the author considers. With plenty of advice on ways to set up the training room, on learner-centred training techniques and on how to introduce creativity and vitality within a potentially static environment, this pocketbook will transform your IT training.