Appropriate behaviour and respect for each other will promote inclusion within a group. It will encourage individuals to feel safe and valued by their team members, which will encourage learners to openly participate and contribute to the class and group discussions, and get involved in exercises. Feeling unsecure, bullied or even threatened either by a fellow classmate or by the lecturer themselves will discourage individuals to communicate and interact with others, and can potentially create psychological issues within the individual especially if this behaviour is expressed towards them for an extensive period of time. He/she may link this negative experience to specific aspects of the teaching sessions within which these experience occur i.e. training subject, training location, and could develop a life long dislike or even repulsion towards these specifics or even towards the experience of learning as a whole.