At ted Learning we understand the importance of delivering training that is 100% relevant to your business. We provide a broad range of bespoke and readymade courses and workshops all utilising our "Theatre of Learning" for all employees and managers. Ted Learning is an Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) approved centre offering ILM accredited courses and modules.
 the ted Learning difference

SEE + HEAR + FEEL = LEARNINGSEE + HEAR + FEEL = LEARNING

Delivering long term results is important to ted Learning, so that you see a real return on your investment. We believe the best way to deliver this is through training that leaves a long-term effect on your employees, appealing to several senses. Not only will your teams SEE and HEAR, they will FEEL; leading to a real & meaningful experience in the training room.
Discussing and learning in the traditional ‘class-room’ is effective, but long-term memory is better stimulated by having an experience. Our approach delivers this and leads to more sustained learning.
Our actors will demonstrate behaviours so your employees can understand the impact their own behaviours and newly learnt skills can have on others. ted Learning uses a blend of approaches to deliver it's training – face to face, e-learning, interactive practice with actors and theory based.

ted Learning Services

  • We love working with you to support you on your Conferences. We can run the whole day for you, deliver individual sessions or even be your Host and MC. We run conferences for groups of any size – from 20 people
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  • At ted Learning we understand the importance of delivering training that is 100% relevant and bespoke to your business. We get to know your people, understand their skillsets and behaviours, and work with you to discover what the learning outcomes
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  • At ted Learning we understand the importance of delivering training that is 100% relevant and bespoke to your business. We get to know your people, understand their skillsets and behaviours, and work with you to discover what the learning outcomes
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What is the Theatre of Learning?

Our training is observational and participative, using teams of actors to bring it to life. We recognise that taking part in role-play is not for everyone, so we offer observational training – this is where two of our acting team demonstrate scenes related to the course and delegates observe and comment on the behaviours. Where a business is more confident working with actors, we take this to the next level with participative training so delegates get to practice their newly learnt skills.

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