Jan 29

On Target For Asia

Published by Ralph Moody


Target Training Associates launched their first open PTT Train the Trainer course in Kuala Lumpur (KL) in January.

Held at the KL Hilton Ralph Moody delivered the ILM Accredited course to a mixed group from a number of sectors including soft skills trainers, publishing and media services.

The course was a completely sold out and 10 delegates arrived at the KL Hilton to be given 3 days training on questioning techniques and essential skills to engage groups in training.  Delegates then had the opportunity to practise before being formally assessed against the approved standards.

Speaking after the course, Ralph Moody MD of Target Training Associates Ltd spoke of his vision to deliver the course in KL.  “It has always been my goal to deliver the course in Malaysia, there are similar values towards effective training here and I have always known this type of course would be very well accepted.”  Speaking on the delegates who completed the course he was very complementary “The standard on this course was very high and it wasn’t long before individuals were using advanced skills and techniques” He added “Of course it is easy when you come to a country like Malaysia it makes it so much easier as the people are so fantastic.”

Judging by the evaluation delegates were very pleased with course also with comments such as:

“The course trainer gave an exceptional training experience in every aspect.”

“Ralph does a great job of building participants confidence, totally enjoyed the learning experience.”

“A fantastic trainer, able to motivate the participant and very engaging.”

“His positive words throughout the 3 days made everything possible for me.” 

The photograph shows all delegates resting after their oberved assessment. Ralph and staff from Target Training Associates will be delivering two more PTT as well as some key management skills training courses in KL during 2013.  You can view the current planned open courses here.


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