Member Since: 3rd Feb 1999
Garry Platt is an experienced training consultant . He has worked with a number of international organisations helping them to enhance their approach to training and development. Examples of some of the organisations he has worked with in 2012 are outlined here; Siemens, Fenman, Formica, Mauritius Employers Federation, Wabtec, TaTa Motors, McCains, Princess Tuna, Babcock, Brush Traction.
Academically qualified to Masters Degree level in Education, Training and Development his work draws upon current research and study in Human Resource Development combined with a pragmatic and practical approach to application in the workplace. He is a featured monthly writer in Training Journal the UK’s premier published magazine focussing on HR trends and issues. He is also a writer for TrainingZone the UK’s principal web site covering current and topical HRD issues. He is a frequent guest speaker at conferences and exhibitions because of his humorous and engaging style.
His approach to training is experiential and interactive with the main aim of allowing participants to experience and work with the materials and concepts being taught. Death by PowerPoint does not take place during his events and he holds true to the old saying that ‘the mind can only take in what the posterior can endure’.
Senior Consultant EEF
28th Nov 2014
For anyone who couldn't attend the recent webinar I delivered on making the business case for training in 2015 it was recorded. You can...
14th Sep 2013
The hyperbole in The Telegraph from Louisa Peacock is extraordinary: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/10301326/Its-official-...
13th Sep 2013
Lie number 1 1. We Learn Best When Teaching Is Tailored To Our Learning Style Lie number 2 2. Some People Are Left-Brained, Some People Are...
12th Sep 2013
What works in science and math education? Until recently, there had been few solid answers — just guesses and hunches, marketing hype and...