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First Class works with learning and development professionals and HR directors of national companies designing and facilitating learning and development to meet individuals’ different learning styles

First Class is passionate about focusing your people to achieve better results.
Together we will explore your needs and how we can support you. This may be through training or development for individuals or groups; for example training workshops, action learning sets, coaching or mentoring.

First Class support organisations in the following areas:- Supervisory and Management Development | Personal and Team Development | Customer Service | Employment Law | Health and Safety | Human Resources | Learning and Development | Management Training | Reducing Absence | Train the Trainer | Health and Safety | Team Building

Ensure training makes a positive and measureable difference

By tapping into individuals’ differing learning styles, participants become highly motivated and more confident, which makes a huge difference to their performance.

There is no better feeling than knowing that the time spent on training staff is a fantastic investment…resulting in constantly improving performances from everyone at every level. This is achieved by: >>more

the Shakespeare Hospice

First Class sponsors of the Shakespeare Hospice - weblink

“Engage the brain in the way you train”

As the recession starts to lift and business growth starts to blossom, it is more important than ever to make sure that investment in skills development makes a real difference to the bottom line.

Helen Ashton, Head of Learning and Development at Stratford based First Class learning and development, is an ambassador for “Brain Friendly” learning and we wanted to pick her brain about what it really means and the benefits to business. >>more

First Class News:

What is the brain friendly learning group?

We are a professional development group with a curiosity about the brain, people, creativity and learning - visit website

Next Meeting – 24th May 2013 - The Power of Images in Learning & Development by Helen Ashton >>more

Friday 12 July "Generational differences in learning - myth to be busted or challenge to be met?" – details follow shortly

> How to be a Brain Friendly Trainer 2013 – dates will follow shortly.

> Improving attendance and well being >>more

We offer on going support for all training as we are keen to encourage transfer of learning to improve performance back in the workplace.

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