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Train the Trainer (2 day)

Duration

2 day Course Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm (day 1: Monday 15th June) and 9.00 - 4.30 (day 2: Tuesday 16th June)

This course is aimed at individuals who currently have a training and/or development function as part of their overall role within the organisation. The course will help people to understand what being a trainer entails and will cover key principles and skills needed in providing training to adults within a work context. The course will draw upon good practice will guide participants in developing an inclusive, anti-discriminatory style of training

Day 1 of the course sets the scene and gives some time for delegates to prepare for their 10 minute presentation on Day 2. Delegates will be expected to spend some of their own time in the evening developing their course programme and presentation for Day 2.

Day 2 is a busy day, beginning at 9 am. Each delegate will have 10 minutes to make their presentation. They will be asked to carry out a 10 minute reflection on what went well and what they would do differently going forward. At the same time, the remainder of the group will identify the presentation strengths and provide a 'stretch' for the delegate - something that they can work on to enhance their presentation skills even further. This is designed to provide practical opportunities to give and receive feedback and to practice questioning skills. This is a very busy day and delegates are asked to be prompt in arrival and in returning from breaks.

Due to the intensely practical nature of this course maximum course size is 10

Learning Outcomes


  • Role of the trainer: designing, delivering and evaluating courses
  • Principles of adult learning, learning styles and course design
  • Working in groups and how this impacts on behaviour
  • Skills and personal qualities required of the trainer:
    · Good interpersonal skills
    · Non-judgemental attitude
    · Imparting knowledge
    · Giving and receiving feedback
    · Professionalism
    · Non-verbal communication, body language/self-presentation
  • Presentation/course activity and peer feedback
  • Managing conflict in training situations
  • Anti-discriminatory practice; being inclusive in design and delivery
  • Methods of Delivery



    The course will be active and highly participative. Alongside inputs from the facilitator, the participants will be actively involved in taking part in small and large group activities, and discussions. An important feature of the course is the opportunity to practice the skills of presenting/delivering and to receive feedback.

    • Course Content
    • Audience
    • Training Considerations
    • Certification
    • Related Courses

    Course Content

    • Utilise the learning process to provide more effective training
    • Understand group dynamics affecting training delivery
    • Learn and practice a range of training delivery methods
    • Develop a course outline

    Target Audience

    Participants who wish to understand and improve their skills in training, presentation and facilitating groups within a work context. This course is more relevant if the participant has responsibility for developing staff in group situations.

    Training Considerations

    There are no training considerations for this course

    Certification

    A certificate of completion with be given after the completion of the course.

    Related Courses

    Presentation Skills
     
    Train the Trainer (2 day)
    Duration: 2 day Course Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm (day 1: Monday 15th June) and 9.00 - 4.30 (day 2: Tuesday 16th June)

    This course is aimed at individuals who currently have a training and/or development function as part of their overall role within the organisation. The course will help people to understand what being a trainer entails and will cover key principles and skills needed in providing training to adults within a work context. The course will draw upon good practice will guide participants in developing an inclusive, anti-discriminatory style of training

    Day 1 of the course sets the scene and gives some time for delegates to prepare for their 10 minute presentation on Day 2. Delegates will be expected to spend some of their own time in the evening developing their course programme and presentation for Day 2.

    Day 2 is a busy day, beginning at 9 am. Each delegate will have 10 minutes to make their presentation. They will be asked to carry out a 10 minute reflection on what went well and what they would do differently going forward. At the same time, the remainder of the group will identify the presentation strengths and provide a 'stretch' for the delegate - something that they can work on to enhance their presentation skills even further. This is designed to provide practical opportunities to give and receive feedback and to practice questioning skills. This is a very busy day and delegates are asked to be prompt in arrival and in returning from breaks.

    Due to the intensely practical nature of this course maximum course size is 10

    Learning Outcomes:

    · Role of the trainer: designing, delivering and evaluating courses
    · Principles of adult learning, learning styles and course design
    · Working in groups and how this impacts on behaviour
    · Skills and personal qualities required of the trainer:
    · Good interpersonal skills
    · Non-judgemental attitude
    · Imparting knowledge
    · Giving and receiving feedback
    · Professionalism
    · Non-verbal communication, body language/self-presentation
    · Presentation/course activity and peer feedback
    · Managing conflict in training situations
    · Anti-discriminatory practice; being inclusive in design and delivery


    Methods of delivery:

    The course will be active and highly participative. Alongside inputs from the facilitator, the participants will be actively involved in taking part in small and large group activities, and discussions. An important feature of the course is the opportunity to practice the skills of presenting/delivering and to receive feedback.



    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    · Utilise the learning process to provide more effective training
    · Understand group dynamics affecting training delivery
    · Learn and practice a range of training delivery methods
    · Develop a course outline


    TARGET AUDIENCE
    Participants who wish to understand and improve their skills in training, presentation and facilitating groups within a work context. This course is more relevant if the participant has responsibility for developing staff in group situations.

    TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
    There are no training considerations for this course

    CERTIFICATION
    A certificate of completion with be given after the completion of the course.

    RELATED COURSES
    Presentation Skills

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