The Animas approach to training

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15th November 2018

Animas training is open, conversational, practical and engaging.

We use coaching principles in our training, and believe that feeling safe and able to contribute, discuss, and challenge ideas in the training room is an essential part of a rich learning experience for students.

OUR COACH TRAINING:
Uses the experience in the training room to explore coaching theory
Includes demonstrations and practice sessions to try out what’s being learned within a safe and supportive environment
Offers and explores different ideas and models, instead of teaching a specific process and approach
Creates strong, trusting relationships between our trainers and students
Ensures students benefit from the wisdom of the room by ensuring all voices and opinions are heard and respected
Is predominantly live – with all core training in comfortable venues in London
Is supplemented by more optional webinars, online discussion, and live seminars which you are welcome to attend or not as you wish
It’s not the kind of training that will have you sat still in one place all day, listening to someone at the front of the room. We create an environment in which everyone is encouraged and supported to really bring themselves into the space. In our experience, this results in a rich learning environment, and enables each student to become the unique coach they wish to be.

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