The ETUI Trainers’ Guide is a toolkit for regular or occasional trainers of the Trade Union movement, dealing with workers’ education and on-the-job learning.
This guide covers the four primary aspects of the learning management cycle. Information and guidelines on how best to analyse, design, develop and implement training activities is addressed.
The ETUI Trainers’ Guide is a detailed step-by-step guide to the analysis, design, development, and implementation of effective learning programmes. Starting with the identification of needs and the
definition of objectives, the guide continues through every phase of the learning management cycle.
Considerations for a learner-centred approach, diversity and proactive evaluation are treated as cross-cutting themes throughout the guide.

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