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Webinar Series: Interactive Techniques for Instructor-Led Training


Games and activities attract and maintain the interest of the new generation that is entering the workplace in greater numbers. They cater to different types of intelligence and learning styles. They blend education and entertainment to keep participants engaged. They utilize the proven advantages of active participation. They produce performance-based learning outcomes. They capture the advantages of teamwork and collaborative learning. They transform trainers into facilitators.

YES, BUT...

If you agree with all these statements but if you are worried that it requires a lot of skill and time to design training games and learning activities, wait until you experience Thiagi’s framegame approach for designing an effective training game in a matter of minutes.

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