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The basics of a training room
« on: July 25, 2015, 04:54:41 PM »
Would expect the following basics are in place first in any high quality training venue:

-SPACE – the room should seat 20% more delegates than actually attending comfortable
-Ability to control light levels (and lights that are natural daylight colour)
-Natural light (windows)
-Ability to control the air temp/ air flow in the room
-Comfortable chairs
-Access to a lounge with comfy seating
-Access to syndicate/ breakout room
-Access to toilets
-Clock that the lead facilitator can see easily
-Easy access to refreshments/ water/ fruit/ dried fruit/ nuts
-Long cables on all the tech kit that do not cause anyone a trip hazard!
-Paper/ pens, stationary
-Place for coats/ bags
-Toys/ stimulating objects (A box of)
-Walls that can have flip-charts/ posters easily attached
-Sound damping – the room should not be subject from noise outside – or noise in the room impact others
-Support – easy contact to the people that can help in the event of missing items or additional resources needed
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Re: The basics of a training room
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2019, 09:21:44 AM »
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