THE HUMAN AS COMMON DENOMINATOR OF OUR TRAININGS
Whether it comes to made to measure trainings or catalogue trainings, our trainings get off the beaten tracks and are made of innovative educational methods, favoring the active participation and the experience, notably thanks to simulations with actors or role games in small groups.
OUR TRAINING APPROACH SEEN BY OUR CLIENTS
The context The head of the educational development of the FOREM gathers, since January 2012, three departments divided previously into 2 directions: the training of trainers’ […]
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Building a made to measure training, is also adapting the form and content to be the most effective as possible. For this purpose, we use various innovative tools: educational activities, digital learning, voting system, business theater, LEGO® method, SeriousPlay®, iOS & Android apps…
WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE US FOR YOUR TRAININGS?
Diversified learning modes
We put the trainee in a course that starts before the on-site training and that goes on after with, for example, the opening of an experience sharing community or a closed group on a social network (Linkedin, Facebook…).
Maximum return for minimum investment
Most of the activities do not require much material (or none), cheap and easy to find: envelopes, pens and colored cards, post-it, sheets of paper…
No need to ruin yourself for expensive and useless equipment.
Funny and interactive trainings
Prepared for all the contents, contexts and audiences
Thanks to their structure, our trainings can be used in a large range of themes: management training, top management, languages, office automation, techniques, process, behavioral… and even in the context of meetings, conferences and teambuildings.
SOME TRAINING THEMES DEVELOPED MORE THAN 20 YEARS AGO
Educational activities for trainers
How to be effective in the remote management
Communicate better in a digital world
Succeed in your meetings and interviews
Define the company strategy via the LEGO® SeriousPlay® method
Conflicts and relational management
Establish yourself in a professional context
How to start with the Digital Learning
Tips and tricks to write better
Create your skills baselines
Work with difficult audiences
How to adapt your pedagogy to the trainees