Internal training is becoming more popular especially in niche specific areas particular to an organisation and its culture where an external trainer will not be knowledgeable enough. But like management, many people are tasked with training based on accrued experience without having adequate training. Successful training requires more than just knowledge. How you construct and manage the session is key to the overall learning experience. People also learn in different ways which should be reflected in your approach.
This short but immersive course leads acts an introduction to training and will allow you optimise the learning outcomes for your audience and give you confidence. You will be able to set up internal training more effectively and create a learning culture in your organisation.
- The basics of training
- Setting up for success
- The learning process
- Stages of learning
- Learning styles
- Training design
- Design content
- Delivery and evaluation
- Training delivery
- Assessing learning
Train the Trainer Courses FAQs
Do I need to have previous training experience to attend the train the trainer course?
Previous experience is helpful but not at all necessary for attendance on this course.
Will I be able to design and deliver training having attended this course?
Absolutely. You will learn how to design and organise training content and learn how to deliver great training from start to finish.
Who Is This Course For?
For anyone that needs to build and deliver any type of face to face training intervention for their organisation.
What Will You Learn?
- What makes good trainers and training
- How to set an event up for success
- Differences between training and coaching
- How people learn and how to produce a course that appeals to all types of learners
- How to divide content to produce a helpful course structure
- How to train practical skills & facilitate effectively
- How to assess delegate performance and give motivational feedback
Latest Train the Trainer Resources and Guidance
Why developing competence is the managers responsibility
There’s been a lot of talk lately about the advent of self directed learning - in other words creating the environment where staff take control of their own learning, often supported by the organisation. I’ve nothing against this approach, it’s great if people take charge of their own development, however my word of caution is concerned with this becoming the only approach.
How do you keep a sense of team when everyone is geographically dispersed?
One of the problems associated with becoming a remote worker is the loss of team feeling. We find that organisations who have a great culture start to introduce remote working, home working, hot-desking etc, only to discover that they are loosing something of the sense of team.