Member Since: 3rd Sep 1999
Jackie has been working in learning and development since 1990. She has worked in the following sectors and industries: Sales Recruitment Retail Voluntary sector Further education Port industry Training consultancy Prison Service Non-departmental public body Since 2000 Jackie has co-authored three books, all published by Kogan Page. She works on a freelance and interim basis providing support for organisations in all areas of learning and development, including needs analysis, programme development, business skills training, coaching and strategy development. Jackie is passionate about learning and about helping people to recognise the potential for learning to take place - in the training room, the workplace and beyond. Her experience, skills and knowledge enable her to work with individuals and groups in a facilitative and practical way, helping to define specific learning outcomes and achieve them using approaches that are appropriate to each situation and organisational culture. As an Ambassador for Girlguiding (the largest youth organisation for girls and young women in the UK, with half a million members aged 4-25 and more than 65,000 adult leaders) she was the lead volunteer on a project to review and develop their learning and development strategy in 2010 and supported the group that was working to update the strategy in 2016. Jackie works with a number of Associates and will be happy to put together a team to meet the specific needs of your organisation.
Director Clarity Learning and Development
2nd Apr 2000
They have a website - and if you contact them they may be able to give you more information..
11th Jan 2000
Thank you to David for the information about Safety Care Training - do you have any further details, as I seem unable to find them in the Yellow Pages etc.
6th Jan 2000
I would suggest that you contact the Basic Skills Agency with your query - I believe that they do have a website, but these are their details:
The Basic Skills Agency. Commonwealth House 1-19 New Oxford Street LONDON WC1A 1NU. Telephone No: 0171 705 4017 Fax No: 0171 404 5038.
7th Dec 1999
A colleague and I both use accelerated learning techniques in training people to use keyboards - we can teach people to touch type in four hours!
It does sound far fetched, however I can promise you that it is true. The course incorporates the use of imagery, relaxation and activities to enhance recall. By the end of the four hours people really do know their way round the keyboard, even though they will probably only have practised actually typing for a quarter of that time. If people practise using the exercises that they take away with them, within two weeks they should be up to speeds of around 30 words per minute.