L&D | Employees forced to sit by 200mph trains in 'HORRIBLE' training exercise

Employees forced to sit by 200mph trains in 'HORRIBLE' training exercise

When a company rolls out training, carrying out something that is engaging, inclusive and educative is crucial.

Whether it’s a quick session of two truths and a lie to help colleagues’ bond with one another, a brainstorming task to get employees thinking about potential areas of improvement, or even something as simple as a PowerPoint presentation, workplace training sessions can come in many forms.

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Comments (1)

  • Sir
    Sir
    Wed, 5 Jun 2019 1:28pm BST
    Not as horrible as actually going under a train because you haven't fully appreciated the hazards of working in close proximity to fast moving traffic.
    It's the same thing us playing on the railway line when we were small, you look back now and think how daft you were - luckily we got away with it at the time.
    Some lessons are learned hard.

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