• Training Tips

    28th August, 2017 | by Andrew Barham
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    Here we talk about some of what we’ve learnt in the past 15 years or so of training and assessing people who want to become auditors.

    There are many articles written about public speaking which discuss topics including:  grabbing your audience’s attention in the first 10 seconds, being commanding and powerful, waving your arms about, being animated. These are good for a presentation that is going to last an hour or so, maybe less, maybe a little more. But do these “rules” apply when you are training people and the training is going to last at least a day – possibly more?

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“Overall very valuable course. Balance of theory with practical workshops was excellent. Trainers stuck to timetable very well.”

“The course was thorough and many relevant examples provided by both Tom and Jackie to help me apply it to the workplace.”

“Great presentation of the course, engaging facilitators and good use of group work. I found the course to be a great refresher for an audit course I did 10 years ago and now feel more motivated to go audits in a non-bow tie way!”

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