Developing Training Field Manual

The world is changing and so is the world of learning and development. This 'wiki' is intended to be a ‘field-book’ or ‘manual’ for trainers who are supporting changing organisations into the future. This document is not a how-to manual although such insights may be in evidence. Rather, it provides the next generation with ideas and approaches to their own practice drawn from the inquiry of others .

It is a participative space where ICTI members can chip in with their own perspective, suggest areas and topics to be added or correct errors and update with more recent ideas and practice.

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Managing Training

Managing training is an art.

Many trainers are responsible for both the delivery and organisation of training events. A few are fortunate to have colleagues who will assist with the administration. Whatever your resources, as a trainer you will give attention to a range of areas either alone or with colleagues.

This mind map is a picture of the areas you may need to give attention to:

Managing Training Mind Map

You can also review the various software tools that you might use to manage your training events in the wiki page: Tools to Manage Training

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You are welcome to edit this page and contribute to the development of this article.
For more information you can review contributing to the wiki