The article explores the use of maps and models as conceptual tools used by trainers. Experience is ordered by modelling in a way that allows it to be readily passed on to someone else. With increasing maturity in the profession a trainer needs to develop his or her own models. The author presents an example of how this can be done: a tool of a kind for instrumenting tasks. The example is intended to structure brainstorming and the challenging of existing sets of concepts. It is shown in verbal form for dealing with specifics and visual form to make it easy to grasp. The example is derived from a set of 25 generic tools.
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