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As the CEO of my own RTO for over 12 years and a qualified Trainer and Assessor for more than 15 years this podcast will help you develop your skills and knowledge to become a leader in your industry. Using strategies that enhance your delivery, connect with your learners and obtain exceptional outcomes.Professional development is vital to your success and we are here to help you discover your flow and best practice as a professional trainer and assessor.Learn all aspects of Training design ...
 
Are you in a career transition? In college looking to choose a major? Or just want to learn more about yourself? We offer and administer 100% online personality, college and career interest assessments via our website at http://careerassessmentsite.com. Our podcasts cover theory and fact behind the assessments we offer such as The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, The Strong Interest Inventory, as well as Business and Leadership assessments such as The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientat ...
 
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Chris, Zack, and Melanie discuss Hal Brands and Charles Edel’s article “A Grand Strategy of Democratic Solidarity.” Is it possible, and is it wise, to construct a grand strategy of democratic solidarity to counter China and Russia? How might the United States and other countries implement this strategy in practice? Should President Joe Biden host a…
 
This is the final instalment in a series of podcasts from Cambridge Assessment Network focusing on different aspects and forms of assessment. In this episode, Tony Emmerson, Senior Deputy Head at The English College in Prague and Mark Frazer, Teaching Learning and Assessment Lead at CEM explore the differences between testing and assessment and how…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack discuss the recent War on the Rocks article "Beyond Colossus or Collapse: Five Myths Driving American Debates about China." Authors Evan Medeiros and Jude Blanchette tee up key myths surrounding China’s economic growth and foreign policy, and the success or failure of the U.S. strategy of engagement with China. The hosts sc…
 
Professor Dave Putwain from Liverpool John Moores University joined Jill Duffy, Chief Executive of our UK exam board, OCR, to discuss the topic of student anxiety. Prof Putwain has a PhD in stress and anxiety, and he offers practical tips on how to reduce and manage anxiety that will be useful for students, parents and their teachers, this year and…
 
This is the fourth in a series of podcasts from Cambridge Assessment Network focusing on different aspects and forms of assessment. In this episode, Mike Housden, Senior Assessment Manager at Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing discusses how admissions tests can be used to identify candidates with the most potential, how they give students an o…
 
Melanie, Chris, and Zack debate the Joe Biden administration's Interim National Security Strategic Guidance. They commend the administration for issuing the document so early into its tenure, but have questions about the specifics. In particular, the document promises to execute a foreign policy for the middle class, but what this means in practice…
 
This is the third episode in a series of podcasts from our colleagues in the Cambridge Assessment Network on the different aspects and forms of assessment. Today we are with David Russell from The Education and Training Foundation talking about professional development for teachers and trainers, the principles of effective CPD and how it can best b…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie sit down to discuss U.S. sanctions programs and how to make them more effective. In a recent War on the Rocks article focused on sanctions, Edward Fishman argues that the United States needs to take a hard look at our economic statecraft. Why have sanctions become the go-to answer to so many foreign policy problems? When sh…
 
Episode Notes Season #5, Episode #2 Traps Trainers Fall Into As trainers we can fall into several traps, have you? Trap #1 Wanting to deliver a program and spending weeks developing without going to the market and seeing the need. We can have many great programs that clients don’t want to buy, or students don’t want to attend. Knowing your target a…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack wade into the long-running debate on whether Europe can defend itself (chiefly from Russia), and how hard it should try. In a recent article, Barry Posen from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology concludes that Europe is capable of conducting major military operations against a potential Russian attack, and that these …
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack debate whether the United States should pursue primacy. They discuss the Donald Trump administration's "Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific," and compare some of its recommendations with Stephen Wertheim’s recent article on "Delusions of Dominance." They agree that the United States needs to have a national debate to m…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie sit down to discuss Thomas Spoehr’s article “The Six Blind Men and the Elephant: Differing Views on the U.S. Defense Budget.” How should we assess whether the defense budget is adequate (or excessive) for its purposes? Do we ask our military to fulfill too many purposes? Will the new Congress and administration be willing t…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack begin the show with a sober look at the events of Jan. 6, when a pro-President Donald Trump mob ransacked the Capitol and drove legislators from both chambers. In the ensuing chaos, four people lost their lives. How did this happen? And what can possibly be done to set things right? All three hosts agree that it begins with…
 
Episode Notes Season #5, Episode #1 How to Create a Powerful Vision Board Creating a Vision Board is a powerful way to design the year and life you desire, in this podcast I’m going to share with you how you put together your own vision board and how you can do this with your family to get everyone working towards the bigger picture. Regardless of …
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack end the year with a special episode of Net Assessment where they do a deep dive into their favorite films and television series. They discuss their favorite spy movie, World War II film, a movie that inspired their career, and one that is good for teaching. Chris No Way Out A Bridge Too Far Holland’s Opus Crimson Tide Melan…
 
Episode Notes Season #4, Episode #9 Are you up for the challenge? This is our last Podcast for 2020 and I am so grateful as we just hit 1500 downloads whoo!! Take time to reflect on this past year, its easy to get caught up in the madness that has happened but remember not to get caught up in stuff you have no influence over. Plan to have a brillia…
 
Episode Notes Season #4, Episode #8 Kick FEAR to the kerb and thrive in 2021 FEAR is an acronym for False Evidence Appearing Real and its one you should always remember because it forms a story in our head and holds us back from great stuff, opportunities, and life in general. In this episode I want you to create your own little mantra, mine is “Fu…
 
Melanie, Chris, and Zack wrap up 2020 by reviewing developments over the last year and debating what might happen in 2021. They disagree over the wisdom of Lloyd Austin's nomination for secretary of defense, and discuss which of Donald Trump's foreign policy decisions were the best and worst over the last year. Each also highlights their favorite b…
 
Episode Notes Season #4, Episode #7 Professional Development Plan to Kick-Start 2021 Now is the time to start your professional Development planning and kick off a new year fresh, organised and ready to make a difference. Reflect on what went well for 2020 and what you would like to change for the new year. Do a personal SWOT Analysis on yourself a…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie get together to discuss Joshua Rovner’s recent War on the Rocks article, “Intelligence in the Biden Administration.” Rover argues that President-elect Joe Biden should immediately rebuild relations with the intelligence agencies. How can he go about doing that in difficult political circumstances and after years of them bei…
 
Episode Notes Season #4, Episode #6 Accountability Works Both Ways As a trainer and/or a manager you play a massive role in how students experience learning especially when they have previously had bad experiences in their childhood at school and in their career. Accountability is a way of keeping you on track, setting yourself up for success and d…
 
Episode Notes Season #4, Episode #5 Dealing with Difficult Students After 17 years in the industry I know that at some point going to have to deal with difficult students. Its just part of the journey and this helps you grow and develop your skills. What is a difficult student? Why are they difficult? Be curious when someone is displaying behaviors…
 
Workshop Activities and Icebreakers - The benefits are HUGE, let me reiterate the benefits are really huge for the people attending your workshops and also for you as the trainer. Lets start with benefits of an ICE Breaker at the start of your training session / Workshop As people come into the training room they can be in a frame of mind that they…
 
The crew convenes for the first show after Joe Biden’s election victory to consider how Americans want to engage with the rest of the world, and whether the incoming Biden administration will be able to heal the nation’s wounds while also restoring U.S. global leadership. Does an inward focus on the COVID-19 pandemic, a sluggish economy, and racial…
 
As a trainer we know how important feedback is even if it makes us feel a little uncomfortable at times. As we head toward the end of the year we know that training slows down if you are in VET and even if you do non accredited training for Government Departments this also slows down. Take the time to evaluate the feedback you have received over th…
 
As a Trainer you want to make sure that you engage your learners and learning new concepts is achieved. Group activities can at times go horribly wrong if you are not organised and don't know what the main objective is. In this podcast I talk about really simple activities to deliver in a workshop style that are engaging, create collaboration and g…
 
Bryan McGrath rejoins the Net Assessment team to discuss the U.S. Navy's Battle Force 2045 proposal. Bryan, Melanie, Chris, and Zack agree that the proposed 500 ship force is a fantasy that will not be fully funded. But they express optimism that these plans will provide useful starting points for deeper thinking about the Navy's future force. Chri…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie get together to talk about U.S. nuclear policy. Should the United States have a "no first use" policy? If so, would that affect choices our allies and partners, as well as adversaries, might make? Has the volatile presidency of Donald Trump shown that more checks are needed in the nuclear weapons launch process? Chris gives…
 
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