Train The Trainer

"Overall I feel this experience will absolutely enhance my performance as a business coach. I love it when you come away from a development programme with lots of practical tips that can be applied in the workplace immediately; can see real return on investment. Well facilitated, informal, interesting with plenty of healthy discussions."

Coaching & Development Manager - Avon Cosmetics

Introduction

Our 2-day Train The Trainer course provides the essential skills for people that are new to training, or simply wishing to refresh their skills. It will guide you through the full training cycle:


  • Identify - needs analysis (scoping needs whilst managing stakeholders)

  • Design - how to truly be the architect of masterful training material that will hook your audience

  • Delivery - covering aspects of anchoring, delivering with humour, clap traps and many, many more

  • Evaluation - how to measure the commercial validity of your training


  • Participant numbers are limited on our Train The Trainer course to a maximum of 6 in order to ensure more personal time with the trainer.

    Course Options

    This course has been designed and developed by us and approved by the ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management). The approval from the ILM means delegates receive a Development Certificate from the ILM upon successful completion of the course. Because of the certification and administration costs involved, the Train the Trainer course with ILM Development Certificate is priced at £50 + vat more.

    Please choose whether or not you require the ILM Development Certificate option or not from the options below to see scheduled course dates, prices, availability and booking information.










    What Will I Learn?


    By the end of the Train The Trainer course, participants will be able to:

    i) Identify and analyse training needs (GAPS)

    ii) Explain how people learn through multiple types of intelligences

    iii) Have a thorough understanding of the training cycle

    iv) Design an interactive training course, using our unique segmented approach that can adapt to bite-size, half-day and full day deliveries

    v) Use a range of skills, methods and behaviours to develop learners' knowledge and participation when delivering training with learning consolidation taken into account

    vi) Provide effective feedback for you (the trainer) and your delegates

    Pre-Course Activity

    This is a very practical course, where you will have the opportunity to practice your training skills. Please prepare a 10-15 minute training session on a subject of your choice and bring this along with you ready to deliver during the programme.

    A laptop with PowerPoint, a light projector and a flip chart will be available for your use.

    Course Content
    Module 1
    Training in your Business Context

    Participants and trainer will take a look at the delegate's training situation, defining what training is and is not, and explore options for learning.



    Module 2
    Looking at Training in Context

    Recognising the role of the training function within an organisation


    Identifying training needs analysis


    Learning strategies and corporate training planning


    Looking at the cycle of training



    Module 3
    Understanding Learning

    Learning the difference between education, training and development


    Analysing how people learn with an introduction to multiple intelligences


    Explore learning styles... which one (or more) do you favour?


    Discovering what part experiential learning plays in training



    Module 4
    Planning and Preparing a Training Session

    Setting training objectives and learning outcomes

    Identifying the different training methods

    Learning how to structure a successful training session (our unique segmented approach)

    Designing a session which is interactive and engaging (See, Hear & Feel)

    Building in learner assessments and review time

    Developing an understanding of visual aids and how they enhance training



    Module 5
    Learning How to be an Effective Trainer

    Discovering what personal attributes, skills and knowledge make a good trainer

    Discussing the process of effective communication within a group

    Using the techniques of active listening and effective questioning to develop you as a trainer

    Practising non-verbal communication and the role of body language

    Learning how to deal with challenging situations and problem trainees

    Understand how to facilitate consolidation



    Module 6
    Delivering the Training

    Learning how to project a confident and motivational approach to your delivery

    Using ice breakers and energisers to keep trainees engaged

    Managing the session in bite-sized "chunks" to help delivery flow

    Establishing how to effectively evaluate the training delivery



    Module 7
    Practical Training Session

    You will deliver a short training session; your peers will then give feedback and help you develop yourself, the material (if required) and retention methods.



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