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  • Reviewing Skills Training Client Testimonial (Netherlands)
    you taught us Especially the decision line and the playing cards four steps of reviewing which I use frequently In a course for internal consultants on consulting skills on experiential basis which I facilitated I explained the playing cards and asked the participants to review their experiences with the help of the four cards And while doing so they themselves discovered that the cards were a very handy method to

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  • Development Training Index, Links, References and Bibliography
    Commission for Brathay Hall Trust Ambleside Holroyde G 1986 Development Training The Chairman of the Governing Body of the Brathay Hall Trust proposed this definition at a meeting of the Developing Development Trainers Steering Group Dunchurch Loynes C 1990 Development Training in the United Kingdom in Miles J and Priest S Eds Adventure Education Venture Publishing Inc PA Springett N R 1987 The Evaluation of Development Training Courses M Sc thesis in occupational psychology MRC SSRC Social and Applied Psychology Unit NOTES on the Bibliography of Development Training The above list only includes books and articles that have Development Training in the title You will find many closely related references in the bibliographies on this site If you do know of any useful development training references with or without development training in the title please send an email If you want help in tracking down any of the above development training references I may be able to help Please ask EMAIL roger reviewing co uk Index of Development Training resources What is Development Training Development Training and Learning for Growth What is provided What is experienced What are the outcomes Outdoor Management Development Links An index to OMD pages on this site Research in Experiential Learning The Active Reviewing Tips Ezine Additions to this list will be announced in this free monthly ezine A Z of outdoor learning research on the web M A in Development Training at St Martin s College UK To recommend a link to add to this page please use the form below Competencies of Development Trainers Greenaway R 1986 The Training and Development of Development Trainers Research Project for the Manpower Services Commission The Brathay Hall Trust Bill C and Greenaway R 1989 The Competences of Development Trainers The Training Agency Manpower Services Commission ISBN

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  • Development Training. What is it? Definitions and quotations.
    these reservations about the task I then made a few attempts to achieve it including Development training embraces a range of active approaches to learning which aim to develop people s ability to learn from experience This view of development training has been emphasised in the development training values statement linked to the NVQ competency framework for development training the ultimate aim should be to enable the participant to become an independent learner It is also emphasised in the definition of the Chairman of the Development Training Advisory Group Development Training enhances individual effectiveness by evoking a sense of purpose developing coping and learning skills and increasing self understanding Development training accelerates learning and cultivates the habit of learning from life Everard 1993 Definitions of development training often make use of its two component words to describe it as two concepts in one For example Development Training combines the concepts of development change and growth and training learning specific skills Everard 1993 Development means whole person development Development Training is a process of active learning from experience leading to systematic and purposeful development of the whole person body mind and spirit Everard 1993 Whole person development is central to development training philosophy but it is usually expressed more modestly in programme aims Commitment to self development and customer satisfaction makes it difficult for providers of training to have purposes other than those of meeting customer needs and providing opportunities for self development Because of this difficulty let alone the difficulty of evaluating whole person development I have argued in a research report that Development training may be better represented as being development through the whole person rather than as development of the whole person The learning climate in development training enables development through the whole person Greenaway 1986 This view

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  • Development Training and Learning for Growth
    For young people these experiences will generally involve crossing new thresholds and new ways of learning For older people these experiences may include rediscovering the child within What is missing could be guided by a curriculum checklist of experiences to which everyone has a right but what is missing is something that is essentially an intuitive judgement made by the individual perhaps in discussion with trusted others For many young people the missing experience of being in a supportive developmental group is the starting point from which other missing experiences can be found What are the outcomes Some learning is now part of me some I will need to remember quote from a development training participant Growth now a part of me Growth outcomes are sensed but they may be hard to describe and measure The person has changed typically more confident but perhaps only in certain situations Learning I will need to remember Learning outcomes are achieved more consciously and are easier to describe and measure The person is empowered typically more in control but does not necessarily choose to apply what they have learned Interdependence The ultimate outcome is not independence in which the learner no longer needs

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  • Adventure and Experiential Education: Mapping the Field
    that were unique to it there would be no need for this directory Searching would be easy It is true that Search Engines are becoming more intelligent and effective every day But it still takes a lot of time skill and patience to find sites on these topics Experiential Education Adventure Education Outdoor Education Adventure Training Outdoor Training Corporate Adventure Training Experience Based Training and Development Outdoor Management Development Experiential

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  • Outdoor Education Jobs and Careers
    mainly UK where you will find plenty of links to other sites OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Adventure Activity Portal Sites A Z where you will find plenty of links to other sites OUTDOOR EDUCATION JOBS See next below Job Search Outdoor Education Jobs Outdoor Recreation Jobs Outdoor Training Jobs All Jobs Search several job sites from one search engine All Jobs Specialist job sites Careers Qualifications and CPD UK Careers Qualifications in Outdoor Learning The Outdoor Noticeboard Experiential CPD monthly listing UK Job Sites Adventure Jobs UK Best Adventure Jobs UK BlueDome Situations CentreStaff UK Indeed results for outdoor education Institute for Outdoor Learning jobs page Outdoor Jac Outdoor Jobs IOL Outdoor Jobs Trovit Outdoor Info UK Outdoor Staff UK Outdoor Vacancies UK Recruit net results for outdoor education World Outdoor Web Wilderness Expertise Check4jobs Indeed Jobmanji co uk Jobs renego co uk Jobstoday co uk Locanto Jobs Majorplayers co uk Monster co uk Myjobsearch com Njobs Recruit net Topjobs co uk UK Jobs Network Adzuna co uk Backinjob co uk Gojobsite co uk Guardian Jobs Education igapyear com Job Hunters Bible JobisJob co uk London Jobs Network Part Time Jobs Network SeasonWorkers com Top Language Jobs UK workingtravel co uk Worldwide Job Sites OutdoorEd com Countryside jobs Job applications Pure jobs com Coolworks Jobs net Resortjobs Summerjobs Search Engine Results for Outdoor Education Jobs Aol Ask com Bing Google IxQuick Searchalot Yahoo Yippee DISCLAIMER The links from this web site to other web sites and addresses are being provided as a service by Reviewing Skills Training Reviewing Skills Training neither has nor assumes any responsibility or liability either express or implied for any such links or the accuracy or completeness of any information or service provided by any web site company or individual to which this website is linked The use

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  • Practical Tips, Strategies and Methods to Improve Discussions
    come up with two ACTION POINTS which will help them to both GIVE AND GET more in future discussions If individuals are stuck for ideas ask the group to make suggestions If the idea is being promoted that reviewer and participants share responsibility for the quality of discussions then it is logical for the reviewer to end up with two action points for herself Top REVISING GROUND RULES A few basic Ground Rules negotiated with the group and expressed in positive statements can help to generate a climate for good review discussions The rules are created by reviewing the initial experiences of the group For example ask learners to use these sentence beginnings in paired interviews and then discuss responses as a whole group What s good about the atmosphere in this group is It is difficult to speak up in this group when This group is good not good at I would be happier in this group if I would take part more in reviews activities if I would learn benefit more if There are many advantages of developing rules based on the group s experience of their discussions so far For example rules generated in this way are guaranteed to be relevant to understood by supported by owned by and even enforced by the group who created them Also unnecessary rules are unlikely to be created by this process Avoid creating too many rules especially if the resulting list is likely to stifle distort or divert discussion If you end up with a list that seems too long then ask the group to select the top 3 rules and demote the rest to proposals expectations or intentions Top MIXING THE GROUP Experiment with reviewing in different sized groups This helps to change patterns of relationships within a group Some people prefer the relative intimacy of reviewing in pairs or sub groups others prefer larger groups so it pays to change group sizes frequently It is also important to keep changing pairings or sub groups so that everyone gets to work with everyone else and so that cliques do not develop Unlikely Pairs If people are being asked to work with partners they don t get on with very well it is particularly important to provide them with a reviewing task which they are likely to achieve and enjoy Ask everyone to report back to the whole group on how they got on with each other If the answer is at least as good as better than expected then this strategy is working Top VARYING REVIEWING METHODS Variety adds to interest and motivation for all learners and will continually open up new perspectives Although a reviewer may have a favourite style or method of reviewing this will not be the best way for each and every person in a group to learn By varying your reviewing methods and by varying your approach to review discussions you are opening up a wider variety of opportunities for communicating and learning Introduce

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  • Discussions for Everyone: giving quieter people a stronger voice
    person who participates least at the other with everyone else in order in between The group now sit in order in a C shape When using ROUNDS when each person is asked to contribute in turn the quietest person has the first chance to participate and the loudest completes the round Tip Springing this idea upon a group may make matters worse A more cautious and respectful approach can work better Describe what the method involves and ask the group the whole group if they would like to try it out Whether or not you end up using this technique there is likely to be a change for the better following a discussion about the desirability of using this or any other technique Top THE CONCH During the island meetings in William Golding s Lord of the Flies only the holder of the conch shell is allowed to speak The conch any item but precious rather than throwable can be used to control group discussion To ensure equal opportunities for participation the rule is that the conch is always passed to the left and is quickly passed on if the holder has nothing to say Every few minutes or after every round there is a random swapping of seats so that the sequence of speakers is changed Top MATCHSTICKS Ask the group to try this for the first part of the review Each person has say 5 safety matches Throwing a match into a bucket in the middle stops the speaker immediately and allows the interrupter to speak until another match is thrown in When somebody runs out of matches decide very quickly whether to a stick rigidly to the rules b be flexible and allow the group to revise the rules c abandon matchsticks altogether Top BISCUITS Very similar

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