Latest Articles by Sarah Cordiner

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education

By Sarah Cordiner / 01/04/2019

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education Author: Sarah Cordiner When most educators or regulators assess the effectiveness of training and education programs, they tend to focus on the just skills and knowledge outcomes.   However, there is a more powerful, life-impacting criteria that most education providers (from sole-trading Trainers to international higher education institutions) are…

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Overcoming The Fear Of Filming Your Online Course Videos

By Sarah Cordiner / 17/01/2018

Creating Courses on Camera   Presenting on camera is extremely different to presenting face to face. And along with that, comes the terrifying prospect that you are immortalizing yourself in the capturing of a video, that could be viewed by millions of people for the rest of time.  Gulp.   It’s not surprising that people…

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The Biggest Barriers To Organisational e-Learning

By Sarah Cordiner / 03/07/2017

Why are so many businesses not yet benefiting from organisational e-learning?   Even though e-Learning has been around for over 20 years, you’d be amazed at how little it is yet being used in organisations for employee training and development. E-Learning doesn’t always suit every learning and development situation, but in a world where employees…

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The Benefits of Hiring Guest Speakers vs Training Organisations For Your Employee Development

By Sarah Cordiner / 01/07/2017

You don’t always need a training organisation. Reduce costs and maintain quality with professional speakers for your employee training – Sarah Cordiner Do you really need a registered training organisation to deliver your next employee development workshop? If your staff training absolutely requires an accredited outcome, then a RTO (Registered Training Organisation) – or a…

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11 Ways To Beat Self-Doubt & Imposter Syndrome When Creating Online Courses

By Sarah Cordiner / 16/06/2017

Here is a simple fact: it is IMPOSSIBLE to know EVERYTHING about a topic.  There is so much information, science, data, opinions, studies, theories, ideas, discussions and more out there that it is an impossibility to keep up with and retain all of that information in our human heads. As an educator and course creator,…

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Increase Your Student Retention by Contextualising Your Training

By Sarah Cordiner / 27/05/2017

Most experienced teachers will be able to recall a feeling of losing the engagement of a learner at some point in their career. It’s not an easy circumstance to manage – circumstantially or emotionally. Adult learners often have a choice about taking your course, as well as a voice (and in today’s world a very…

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What I Learned About Being a Great Teacher…. (from murderers and thieves….)

By Sarah Cordiner / 31/01/2017

What I learned about how to be a great teacher from murderers and thieves….   What makes a great teacher? There are countless ways to measure the success factors of a great teacher, and many of them are subjective or immeasurable in their nature. The fact is, there are many factors that must combine to…

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Sarah’s New Book: “The Theory and Principles of Creating Effective Training Courses” [Get Your Exclusive Signed Copy]

By Sarah Cordiner / 02/01/2017
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12 Success Tips That I’ll Definitely Be Taking into 2017

By Sarah Cordiner / 20/12/2016

I’ll save the fluffy intro.  Here are 12 things that have really helped me have an absolutely sensational 2016 in business, and that I will definitely be taking into next year – enjoy!   Have a really clear plan A plan is not about writing a to-do list.  It’s about defining exactly what every single…

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8 Ways To Engage the Right Brain Learner in Your Online Courses

By Sarah Cordiner / 06/10/2016

8 Ways To Engage the Right Brain Learner in Your Online Courses The left side of our brain is the logical, analytical and  strategic side of us; whereas the right side of our brain is the visual, creative and conceptual side of us.  Most people fall more into one side than another the majority of…

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