Sunday 22 Nov 2020
- Duration: One Week
- City: Dubai
- Fees: 3950 GBP
Sunday 22 Nov 2020
Although it may appear to be simple, conducting a training session requires specific skills and knowledge of how people learn. Trainers who have taken the time to consider their own approaches, understandings, and skills will be better equipped to provide comprehensive, active and effective training courses.
This training program provides the groundwork for trainers to begin developing and refining their training and facilitation skills using a variety of methods to deliver the best learning experiences and improve learner engagement and retention. Over time, trainers will develop their practical skills further because of this course.
At the end of the course, participants have understood the basics of adult learning and are able to train a group in full respect of the methods, techniques and tools for adult learning. For regular trainers: participants are also able to identify training needs, to design a training session and to ensure a proper follow-up of a course both for the clients (evaluation) and for the trainees (knowledge transfer).
We propose training of trainers for: – Occasional/Beginners trainers – Regular/advanced trainers
Course for occasional and regular trainers: Lasts 5 days. It focuses on adult learning (basic knowledge) as well as the methods, techniques and tools to deliver a training course. It covers the entire learning cycle and is divided into the following modules:
– Basic knowledge on adult learning
– Training Needs Assessment
– Training Design Techniques
– Training Delivery: Methods, Techniques and Tools
– Training follow-up for trainees and clients
Making the Transition to a Trainer
• Attitude, skills and knowledge of a professional trainer
• Roles and responsibilities of a professional trainer
• Seven characteristics of outstanding trainers
Principles of Adult Learning
• What’s an adult learner?
• Diverse learning styles.
• Use NLP techniques to identify learner styles
• Options to actively engage and energize learners
• Appealing to different learning style
• Learning considerations for adult learners.
Training Design and Materials Development
• Is it really a training problem?
• Create training materials in-house or purchase off-shelf?.
• Writing proper training objectives.
• Training methods.
Be a Power Presenter
• Getting off to a good start.
• The importance of introductions and summaries.
• How to facilitate a more active training.
• Using your body language and your voice.
Dealing with Tough Training Times
• Dealing with nerves.
• Getting participants back on time.
• Dealing with tough participants.
• Dealing with different learner generations (Gen X and Gen Y learners).