Learning to reassess the role of training

Banfield, Paul
December 1997
People Management;12/04/97, Vol. 3 Issue 24, p52
Explains how developments in learning theory are reflected in the professional qualification scheme. Responsibilities for the managing learning process; Insights developed into the environmental, social and psychological issues that can either inhibit or facilitate learning; Four distinct parts of the managing learning processes module.


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