Training Got You Down? Games Session Offers Solution

Did your employees' eyes glaze over during your latest training session? Do your enormous safety procedural binders double as employee pillows when your back is turned? Try thinking back to your childhood for the answer to this conundrum: As a child, when did you have the most fun while learning?

The answer: when it involved playing a game.

Sponsored by the Training & Communications Branch of the Risk Management/Insurance Practice Specialty and hosted by Jonathan T. Klane, M.Ed., CIH, CHMM, of Klane's Education Information Training Hub (KEITH), session 776, "Games for Trainers!," will show attendees how games are created, developed, and modified for different groups. It is intended to help trainers encourage learning and participation.

The session is scheduled to take place tomorrow from 1:45 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Mr. Klane never fails to entertain, so you don't want to miss this one.) Attendees will walk away with a list of descriptions and examples of more than 20 training games they can use in their next training session.

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