USING VARK AS A TRAINER
We rely on the honesty of trainers, HR staff and coaches to act in a professional way when they consider using our copyright materials. Payment is required to release copyright for its legitimate use. Note that we do not permit placing our copyright materials on any website (internet, intranet or password-protected)or on any other platform such as MOODLE, SMS, GOOGLE Forms... A link to our site may be permitted after a courtesy email.
VARK One-Time User:
- for in-house training involving 3-4 workshop sessions.
- where VARK is part of a publication but is not to be sold.
- where VARK is a small component within an overall training package.
- where you are not claiming to be an accredited VARK trainer.
- you are not using VARK as a marketing/promotion tool.
- you want to use the online or paper VARK Questionnaire with a small number of clients, colleagues, staff or customers.
If you qualify for one or more of the above examples the fee for your use would be $1 per participant in your currency. That would allow you to use VARK in paper format, access us for an analysis of the results, to get advice and assistance from us and to legitimately use our online site.
The trainer’s Resource package is on this page.
VARK Resources for Trainers
This package contains resources suitable for those who train in business or academic environments. Although VARK appears straightforward it has its own complexities and these are explained in the package. As well as annotated PowerPoint slides and workshop plans and follow-up exercises there are the useful Helpsheets that should enhance learning and communication. Read on! →
In this introductory presentation, Neil Fleming describes what VARK is, goes into depth about each of the 4 VARK modes, discusses how these can be combined in different learning profiles, and outlines the strategies that different types of learners can best use. Read on! →
In this video presentation, Neil Fleming describes VARK and talks about the nature of teachers’ and trainers’ preferences for working with their trainees and students and suggests ways to teach using the Visual, Aural, Read/Write and Kinesthetic modes. Read on! →