“Honestly it was quite brilliant!”

30th March 2020

‘It’s true to say I embarked on the virtual training last weekend with Matteo Trevisan with some trepidation. Not only was I unsure how it would work, it also felt like I would be deprived of the wonderful company of my fellow coaches in training – something I had so been looking forward to. But honestly it was quite brilliant! A very different experience in many ways, but the breakout rooms worked particularly well and we really did keep to time (since Matteo just brought us back into the main group when time was up!) In these changing times there are so many reasons to think about how we might do things differently. This was a learning opportunity in so many more ways than the course content alone. And of course a far smaller carbon footprint!’

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