Our Associates

Fundamental Training and Development is proud to be associated with some of the best consultants in their specialist areas. 
Together we offer a broad range of topics and expertise.

Steve Treble

Steve Treble


Steve is an infectious trainer with a great passion to share the journey of learning and help equip his participants to learn as much as possible and to work more efficiently and effectively.

When delivering training, Steve utilises his varied work history to make his training relevant and practical. His training style is both personable and professional, and he trains so that the participants gain confidence and become productive and independent. His sessions are enjoyable and relaxed. He is extremely flexible and adaptable, ensuring the needs of all participants are met.

Steve has a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. He also holds a Bachelor of Business in Marketing/Economics and another in Accounting.

Steve has worked as a trainer with a wide range of industries and government departments. His flexibility and ability to work in a range of environments with employees at all levels is one of Steve’s greatest strengths. Steve has participated in several nationwide rollouts of training involving multiple software and hardware platforms. He has also been involved in presenting training programs for clients in London and New York.

Steve’s specialist areas include:

  • Microsoft Office Suite (including Microsoft Project) and other software applications
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (a nationally recognised qualification)
  • Project Management
  • Presentation Skills
  • Finance for Non-Finance Managers
  • Time Management
  • Team Building
  • Business Writing
  • Meetings Skills
  • Dealing with Conflict
  • Customer Service
  • Negotiation Skills
Sue Henczel

Sue Henczel


Sue has worked in the information and knowledge environment for over 35 years. Many of these have been spent developing practical experience in universities, State and Federal government departments, State and public libraries, private enterprises and not-for-profit organisations. She has worked with the education, energy, sport, and finance sectors in Australia, and has consulted for UNESCO’s Information and Communications Branch in Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and Indonesia.

Since 2002 Sue has been conducting her workshops across Australia, New Zealand, the USA, UK, and Asia, firstly as the training manager for a not-for-profit organisation in the university sector and then as owner and principle consultant of her own company. Her practical experience in the workplace, combined with her broad experience as a consultant and professional author ensure that her workshops are informative, practical, evidence-based, comprehensive and current.

Sue’s workshops are structured but always flexible and responsive to the needs of the clients, particularly in regards to their immediate situations/challenges. She believes in taking holistic views of enterprise systems and incorporates interactivity and the use of case studies to identify issues and possible solutions, and to consolidate the learning.

Sue’s professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Business in Information Management, Master of Business in Information Technology and a doctorate focussing on the impact of professional association membership.

Sue’s specialist areas include:

  • Assessment and Evaluation of Services/Products/Programs
  • Community Engagement and Development
  • Impact Assessment
  • Information and Knowledge Services Audit
  • Knowledge Management
  • Program/Service Development
  • Research Skills
  • Understanding the Benefit of Professional Association Membership
  • Writing for Publication
James Siew

James Siew


James is an organisational development futurist, with over 25 years of global experience in transformative solutions that enhance human capital development, and organisational performance. 

He has worked as both an internal and external Organisational Development and Human Resources Development consultant in various industries specialising in leadership, sustainability management, economic development, innovation management, performance management, talent and organisational development.

He is the creator of The Future Leader™ which is a 21st Century-oriented leadership development framework designed to address current issues while preparing for future-proof possibilities. James has given webinars in sustainability management and the “future of work” based on his research conducted through the University of Waterloo and University of Toronto in Canada, where he is currently based. James advocates “applying tomorrow’s solutions for today’s problems”.

In 2019 James completed his Master of Economic Development and Innovation at the University of Waterloo in Canada. Which he adds to his two undergraduate degrees in Economics (University of Melbourne) and Science (University of North Carolina).

He has extensive experience in developing organisational strategies, designing processes, policies, interventions and systems, executing Organisational Development initiatives and facilitating and conducting training workshops for business impact and cultural change.

James is an accredited administrator in a range of instruments including: The Hogan Personality Inventory, The Myers Briggs Type Indicator, The DiSC profile, the suite of Lominger Assessment Instruments, CliftonStrengths, The Strengths Deployment Inventory and the Belbin Team Roles.

James’ specialist areas include:

  • Leadership and Management Development
  • Values Driven Change Process
  • Business Excellence and Quality Management Systems
  • Talent Management and Talent Assessment
  • Performance Management
  • Career Management
  • Competency Frameworks
  • Psychometric Assessment
  • Executive Coaching
  • Team Effectiveness Development
  • Human Resource Development
  • Selection and Recruitment
  • Employee Recognition and Engagement
  • Knowledge Management and Transfer
  • Job Evaluation and Job Analysis
  • Customer Service
  • Sales Training Systems
  • Business Incubation
  • Systems Thinking




Sally Davis

Sally Davis


Sally has been working as a leadership, management and learning consultant for fifteen years and specialises in strategic thinking, facilitation, change management and leadership development. She has worked in a wide range of organisations from small NGOs through to Government, Corporate and private businesses in the health, engineering, arts, transport, community services and education sectors.

As a consultant she has built upon her diverse career, which culminated in roles responsible for organisational change and organisational development. Sally’s belief in the critical importance of relationships to success in the workplace means she incorporates a range of communication, networking and interpersonal skills into her consultations. Her approach is a unique combination of creative ideas generation through to practical implementation.

Her delivery of learning programs is characterised by innovation, facilitation and interaction. She believes the best learning occurs when people are able to apply it directly to their workplace.

As well as a Bachelor of Arts, Sally has a Diploma of Education, a Diploma of Training and Assessment Systems, a Graduate Certificate in Training (Action Learning) and an Advanced Diploma of Project Management. She is also accredited in the Team Management Systems profiling tools.

Sally’s specialist areas include:

  • Strategic Thinking and Planning
  • Management and Leadership
  • Supervision Skills
  • Running Effective Meetings
  • Change Management
  • Training the Trainer
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Effective Presentation
  • Negotiation and Influencing Skills
  • Action Learning




Adele Gaylard

Adele Gaylard


Adele is an experienced and dynamic facilitator with over 20 years experience in the design and facilitation of quality training and development programs, covering a broad range of topics for clients in a variety of industries, including higher education, aviation, animal welfare, finance, marketing and petroleum.

Adele is adept at putting participants at ease and injecting fun and energy into the training room to create an environment conducive to learning. She also has considerable experience in instructional design and is passionate about designing programs and materials that engage participants and encourage transfer of learning back to the workplace.

With a background in human resource management, Adele specialises in management training to support all stages of the Human Resources life cycle from staff recruitment, selection and induction through to effective performance management and career development.

She also works as a Human Resources consultant, assisting small to medium businesses to develop and implement best practice recruitment, selection, induction, performance management and development processes to support their strategic, operational and growth objectives.

In addition to her Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Adele holds a Master of Applied Psychology (University of Melbourne), and is able to draw on her insight into the dynamics of behaviour in the workplace to produce positive outcomes in people and organisational development. A DISC Advanced accredited consultant, Adele also enjoys using behavioural profiling to enhance teamwork, communication and leadership.

Adele’s specialist areas include:

  • Staff Recruitment, Selection and Induction
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Performance Management and Development
  • Giving, Receiving and Seeking Performance Feedback
  • Coaching and Managing Under Performance
  • How to Write a Performance Development Plan
  • How to Have Effective Career Conversations
  • Engaging and Retaining Staff
  • Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination Awareness
  • Effective Email Communication
  • Cross-cultural and Cross-generational Communication
Grace O'Malley

Grace O'Malley


Grace has been working as a leadership, management and learning consultant for ten years and specialises in management, facilitation and leadership development. She has worked in Government, NGOs, Corporate and private businesses, working in sectors such as health, engineering, housing, community services and education.

Grace operates from a very practical perspective and works closely with her participants to establish expectations, including identification of issues to be addressed, and then encourages them to problem solve and develop their own solutions.

Her delivery style is engaging, interactive and fun, using realistic experiences and case studies to engage participants. This ensures they understand the concepts being shared and are able to apply them back in the workplace. Her work is characterised by an approach to learning which respects individual differences through the use of interactive, practical and engaging facilitation methods.

Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Education, Diploma of Education, Diploma of Training and Assessment Systems, and an Advanced Diploma of Management.

Grace’s specialist areas include:

  • Management
  • Supervision
  • Running Effective Meetings
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Negotiation and Influencing
  • Mentoring
  • Change Management

Talk to us today!

Would you like more detail about any of the programs or other services mentioned? Perhaps you would like to discuss your training needs in more detail, then please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be in touch as soon as we can.

Adam Le Good, Principal Consultant
PO Box 717, Ringwood VIC 3134 Australia

Australia:  0412 101 115
International: +61 412 101 115