TRAIN THE TRAINER WORKSHOP

COURSE OUTLINE

This training program is suitable for any professional in the private, public or third sectors looking to improve the structure of his or her written documents in order to provide readers with clear, fluent documents that can easily be followed from beginning to end.

Pre-Requisites

Participants should already have a sound command of written English and grammar Skills course before taking this Program.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After the successful completion of this comprehensive training course, participants will be able to meet the following training outcomes.

  1. How to make your writing clear, complete, concise, and correct
  2. How to improve sentence construction and paragraph development
  3. How to deal with specific business requests
  4. How to create effective business cases, letters, and documents
  5. How to thoroughly document sources that you use in your writing

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGY

  • Group Live and Instructor-led Classroom Track
  • PowerPoint presentation, with pointed breaks to stimulate discussion by the participants.
  • Participative Classroom Activities, including:
    • Ice-Breakers and Energizers
    • Behavioral Role Plays
    • Focused Video Playback
    • Guided Group Discussions
    • Management Case Studies

INTENDED AUDIENCE

  • This program is suitable for any professional in the private, public or third sectors looking to improve the structure of his or her written documents in order to provide readers with clear, fluent documents that can easily be followed from beginning to end.
  • Corporate Practitioners, including specialists, consultants, managers, supervisors and employees with some related experience who wish to advance their functional expertise and competence.

COURSE ASSESSMENT

  • Pre-Assessment to gauge current level of conceptual understanding and customize training delivery.
  • Session-based Practical Exercises, Reflective Quiz and Peer-group Notes Sharing and Evaluation
  • Final Course Assessment, in a test environment, capturing course retention and learning.

COURSE STRUCTURE AND AGENDA

Module  01

INTRODUCTION – TRAINING AS A PROCESS

  • Understanding Trainings
  • Types of Training Programs
  • Who Owns Corporate Trainings
  • Essentials for running a successful training
  • Importance of Training for Companies
  • Blended Learning Methodology
  • Add-Ons to make Training Effective
  • Key Training Models
  • Key Training Styles
  • Kolb’s Learning Cycle
  • Steps in Learning Process
  • Key Learning Styles – Pragmatist/ Activist/ Analytical/ Reflector
  • Key Behavioral Styles
  • Types of Learners
    • Visual Learner
    • Auditory Learner
    • Kinesthetic Learner
Module  04

THE GENIUS TRAINER

  • Do you consider yourself a Trainer?
  • Pre-requisites for becoming an effective trainer
  • Knowledge Inventory of the Genius Trainer
  • Anatomy of the Genius Trainer
  • Relationship management Skills
  • Thoughts – Emotions – Physiology
  • Building your genius trainer state
  • Social awareness of the Genius Trainer
Module 02

BLENDED TRAINING DESIGN

  • Training Delivery:  Diversify Your Delivery
  • Brain Storming
  • Workshop Method
  • Classroom Practical
  • Field Practical
  • Interactive Talk
  • Illustrative Talk
  • Group Discussion
  • Panel Discussion
  • Role Play
  • Energizers / Games
  • Question and Answers
Module  05

DELIVERING A MASTER TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Preparing to Training
  • Do’s and Don’ts on Training Day
  • Putting Best Foot Forward
  • Powerful Openings for Trainings
  • Powerful Closings for Trainings
  • Ideas to Make Training Engaging
  • Essentials Tools for the Trainer
  • Plan B – Why You Must be Prepared for the Worst
  • Understanding the Trainee
  • Trainee Personality Types
  • W.O.T Analysis of the Trainees
  • Dealing With Problem Participants and handling questions
  • Generating positive training feedback
  • Ensuring audience learning
  • Training Evaluation
  • How Effective Is Your Training?
  • The Four Levels Of Training Effectiveness – Kirkpatrick model
  • Transfer Of Training To The Workplace
  • Necessary Training Documentation
  • Mock Training Presentation
Module  03

CONTEMPORARY TRAINING TECHNIQUES AND AIDS

  • Group Training Techniques
  • Activity-Based Learning
  • The Value Of Experiential Learning In Achieving Learning Outcomes
  • MS PowerPoint as a Useful Training Medium
  • Working with MS PowerPoint
  • Navigating MS PowerPoint and its Functionality for Training
  • Using Visual Aids To Enhance Training Sessions
  • Seating For Success