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  1. 1) Subject matter experts are on hand to give on the spot practical help and answer questions.
  2. 2) Opportunities to tackle subjects and questions outside the standard remit of the course.
  3. 3) Immediate help and support with correcting mistakes and getting it right.
  4. 4) Networking with other learners, sharing experiences and social interaction.
  5. 5) Real, practical and hands on use of the tools and techniques.
  6. 6) Expert trainers who make the learning experience engaging, interesting and enjoyable.
  7. 7) Learning can be instantly adapted to suit the needs of the delegates.
  8. 8) Quiet, dedicated time out of the office to really focus on your needs.
  9. 9) Multi-sensory experience that appeals to more of your multiple intelligences.
  10. 10) Valuable feedback from the trainer and others in the group.

As the reasons above indicate, classroom sessions are still an important element of any effective development programme. They enhance learning by the inclusion of the human interaction that is inherent in all classroom based training courses. Combined with the many other training methods available today, they make a huge contribution to the improvement of people’s performance and productivity.