Training must be more ‘experiential’ reveals new report
Many coaching and mentoring training programmes in England fail to synthesise training and practice. This was one of the conclusions of a draft report for LifeLong Learning UK (LLUK) from Trends Business Research (TBR), commissioned by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
Training should be delivered differently, with outcomes directly applied so training is experiential, said the report. “Training is currently context-based where coaching is seen as a skill to be looked...
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