Archive | September, 2014

Familiarizing with Growth-Related and Manufactured Defects in Wooden Crates

Australia has strict requirements set in place for timber packing and dunnage. These products include any combination of solid timber, reconstituted wood or plywood that is used to protect or support any type of commodity in international trade, whether it be beams, skids, drums, blocks or crates. All wooden crates must meet ISPM 15 requirements, must be […]

Training Design And Delivery: Meeting The Needs Of Sequential Learners

To deliver effective training materials, it’s important for tutors to understand that their students are likely to have different learning styles. Experts often refer to The Index of Learning Styles, which considers four dimensions of learning style. Sequential learners learn most effectively in certain scenarios, and it’s useful to understand how some tools and methods […]