Our Commitment to You
GGL provides a comprehensive range of training services. We work with you to meet and then customize or design a program that meets the learning and professional outcomes of your team and organization.
Our courses are informed by person and family centered practice and are designed to develop the capability and potential of individuals and the effectiveness of services and organizations. They are delivered by our skilled facilitators who have years of experience within the disability and training sectors.
Our Locations and Facilities
GGL can deliver customized training to meet the current or refresher training needs of your staff at your venue or ours. You can even hire our modern training spaces for your organization independently of our training.
GGL will only ever deal with the Contact Person. The Contact Person is the person who booked and paid for the course. It is always up to the Contact person to organize cancellations, refunds and pass on communications to and from GGL in a timely fashion on behalf of the person (single booking) or persons (multiple booking) attending the course.
Refunds & Cancellation Policy
How to Cancel
You can notify us of your intention to cancel by any of the following methods:
Planning to attend a training course?
You have decided it’s time to learn more. Now what? What to do before, during, and after the training to optimize your learning experience. You might be having a valid reason to have these trainings on your schedule. Maybe, you have been asked to attend. Maybe, you might not even really know what the training is all about. Maybe you’d rather go out of office to this training than be at your desk. Maybe this training means a chance to get away from home for a couple of days. Maybe you are really looking forward to attending this training and really excited about it. Or maybe it is a mix of all these (and others) reasons.
Regardless of the contexts and your motivations why, the truth is that you will soon be taking some training. And because you are attending – putting your time (and perhaps your money or your company’s money) and changing your schedules, doesn’t it make sense to get the most from the training experience that you possibly can?
That is what the rest of this article about – 3 practical things you can do before, during and after any training course to make it as valuable to you as possible.
The list could be longer – but I’ve picked the most feasible and most powerful things you can do. If you do at least some or most of these things while planning to attend a training course, I guarantee you will enjoy the training course more and get far more from the involvement than if you don’t do them. If you do them all, it may be among the best learning experience of your career.
Season your attitude. Think about this: how often have you learned successfully when you were stressed, cynical or negative? Decide to bring an attitude that will support you learning. Be open-minded. Be positive (or at least not negative). Bring a smile. Remember that you chose your attitude. Decide now to bring one that would be favorable, not an obstacle to your learning.
Nine important and easy to do steps – collectively they will make your next training course more inspiring and valuable.