FCE Pointers: Barriers to training

Emma Longley
Emma Longley

At FCE when we give training we work hard to ensure any barriers to learning and understanding are removed.

Successful training is key to successful implementation – reducing the so called “knowing / doing gap”. This is only possible if barriers to training are identified and removed prior to, and during, any training session. Our approach to producing a training programme is to achieve management buy-in from the beginning.  A detailed understanding of the aims and objectives of your business, the people attending each course, and the environment that you are working within is developed before we even begin. All learning materials are translated where needed and we will ensure that learning environments are fit for purpose. Training sessions are kept as practical and relevant as they possibly can be ensuring attendees want to be there and leave with a sense of achievement.

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