Train the Trainer

Understand why and how people learn

Be able to identify key aims and objectives to be achieved

Develop and deliver practical, structured and logical training sessions

Identify ways to keep the trainee’s attention

Build confidence and rapport with trainees

Facilitate engaging learning sessions resulting in required outcomes being carried out in the workplace

Description

This two day workshop is highly interactive and practical. Participants learn through a range of teaching and personal development methods including presentations, tutorials, and worked examples. Active participation and involvement is encouraged throughout the training course to promote the sharing of ideas and expertise within the group.

This workshop will feature:

  • Understand why and how people learn
  • Be able to identify key aims and objectives to be achieved
  • Develop and deliver practical, structured and logical training sessions
  • Identify ways to keep the trainee’s attention
  • Build confidence and rapport with trainees
  • Facilitate engaging learning sessions resulting in required outcomes being carried out in the workplace

How will this Workshop be Presented?

This workshop combines theory and practice. We use company examples to illustrate how the techniques presented have been applied in real case studies. The purpose is to use a mix of proven learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented.

Day One

  • An Introduction to Workplace Training & Learning
  • The purpose of training in the workplace
  • The training cycle as a tool
  • Adult learning: andragogy v pedagogy
  • Presentation Skills for Trainers
  • Presenting without fear
  • The core elements of presenting
  • Audio-visual techniques
  • Cultural issues in training
  • Setting Objectives & Developing Presentations
  • Identifying and meeting learning needs
  • Step-by-step guide to building a presentation
  • Methods for instruction (on-line, classroom, coaching, etc.)

Day Two

  • Developing Your Training Skills
  • Using learning objectives to improve training
  • Practical workshop: Writing objectives using bloom’s taxonomy
  • Using PowerPoint – advantages & disadvantages
  • Communication is not all about body language
  • Use of small groups in training
  • Writing Materials & Evaluating Training
  • Writing effective training materials
  • Material (Facilitator, Trainer & Presentation)
  • Kirkpatrick’s levels of training evaluation

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