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Website AI Online Learning Modules Liz Mellish's Appreciative Inquiry Learning Modules website are a world first one stop shop of ideas, process methods and materials to support people in change. You get access to five online learning modules with up to the minute case studies and practical examples to apply the method in a variety of organisational settings including schools, government agencies, community organisations and corporate environments. You will build on and extend your facilitation, consulting, leadership and learning skills in a fun and focussed way! Each module takes between two and ten hours to complete depending on your level of exposure. You have 12 months access to contact with Liz Mellish and her module specific answers to Frequently Asked Questions

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