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Trainer guideTrainer Guides

We have jointly developed, edited, co-ordinated or managed course materials for a range of public and private sector clients including Learning for Work, with whom we co-developed dozens of courses from its inception in 1999 to its completion in 2007.Another university accredited course integrates face-to-face training, with the on-line learning and collaboration that we developed.




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Learner resources

Each course includes a comprehensive trainer guide as well as support materials such as handouts, presentation slides, video and audio content, workbooks, games, etc. for face-to-face delivery and support guidance for those delivering programmes on-line.

Each is developed or edited for the specific client as situations and environments vary so much that off-the-shelf resources rarely work as well as we and our client wants.

Essentially, whatever is needed can be produced.


Moodle workshopOn-line learning

As well as structured courses for conventional delivery, we are adept at creating on-line Moodle environments in which learners can access materials and (most importantly) each other to learn, collaborate, practise, discuss and consolidate their learning.

This option gives significant flexibility in that:

  • resources and access are available 24 hours a day and can be updated immediately the need arises
  • students can raise queries with tutors and other students and receive answers through the system
  • students can contribute resources to the system
  • activity, progress and achievement can be tracked and any support needs identified

Our work in this are includes programmes for our clients as:

  • direct learners
  • companies for whom we are able to develop courses and course components to slot into their own Moodle platform.

We also set-up Moodle environments for clients, train their staff and provide on-going support.


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