Alun is a group facilitator and trainer with over 20 years experience. He works on the premise that about a third of the working population have a preference for kinaesthetic learning. So what does that mean for conventional “chalk and talk” training methods?
Primarily that means that if you want people to learn in a group environment; they need to be provided with a variety of opportunities to learn and for that to be OK. A simple analogy is when you get a new digital recorder for your TV. There will be some who will read the instructions from cover to cover before even unpacking the recorder. Some others will have deliberately bought a model because they know someone who can show them how it work. There will also be a group who disregard the instructions and just plug it in and play with it.
Alun is great at making learning fun and relevant to the workplace.
Over the years Alun has been involved in training for:
- Team development & teambuilding
- Leadership and Management development
- Project management
- Health & safety
- Customer service
- Presentation skills & Powerpoint
- Creative problem solving
As Alun ran a successful training company of his own employing 4 full time consultants he has worked both for other Management Consultancies and directly for blue chip companies delivering training to meet specific development objectives.