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Natalie Angie Tang, Student (Other), Malaysia
What are the learning principles? For examples: multiple senses should be stimulated: the most probable ones are sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. Visual aids become a critical factor in training program success. Otherwise they are a boring session. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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🔥Supervisory Management Training
Models for Training and Development in Small and Medium Enterprises
Informal Channels for Remedial Training
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Identifying Training Needs in Organization
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