Comments are closed. TMI caters for High-speed learningOn 1 Nov 2002 in Personnel Today Consultantsand training solution provider TMI has introduced a new method of coursedelivery designed to develop the skills of those who are short of time. “TAKE90is a new learning concept which came directly from talking to the people wework with and understanding their needs,” says Susanna Mitterer, directorof sales. “Few employees can afford time away on long training courses sowe created sessions which would break down complex issues into bite-sizedchunks.”Asthe name suggests TAKE90 sessions last 90 minutes and Mitterer claims they candeliver more than 60 topics anywhere in the UK at any time.”Theroster of topics is growing at a rate of around two per week and each fallsinto one of nine categories – interpersonal skills, innovation, 21st Centuryworking, customer service, time management, personal development, managementand business skills.Duringone session led by TAKE90 programme director Claire Straddling, delegates weregiven an insight into improving their creative thinking.Thesession included sufficient content to inspire and interest participantsdespite its brevity, consisting of a clear structure, practical exercises, abrief and a handout which could be filed away for personal reference. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.