Training - Tit Bits - Brig Sushil Bhasin
As a Master Trainer, Transformational Coach, and Motivational Speaker; I am passionate about achieving and contributing to outcome-focused results.
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Training – Tit Bits

Training – Tit Bits

My response to a discussion on Linked in Group –

What is your take on a training without using power point or videos 

Effective and Fun Training Techniques

I find the discussion very interesting.
PPT is one of the many tools, and it also depends on what the subject is, who the learners are, and whats the environment. If I have to tell students what mountains are, and the students are in Mumbai, a video, pictures and some graphics can be very effective. If I need to teach the functioning of heart, for example, a cut model or a video are probably the only answers. Its not what tool u use for learning, its how you use thats important.
I have used PPTs very effectively, combined with role plays, group discussions, quizzes etc etc.
Now i am into experiential learning and depend more on ‘adventure and outdoors’ as a tool for learning. That has amazing effect. Yet, I do use PPTs once in a while. I have very effectively used ‘video debriefing’ of an outdoor activity where either participants were blind folded, or there were different groups and one could not see the other. A video could show a mirror of your behavior better than any other method I know.
29 Jun 13

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