CITD -Train the Trainer

CITD -Train the Trainer : Wednesday 22 November

This two day programme aims to introduce participants to the fundamental principles of Training. It applies equally well to both technical and soft skills training.

Day 1.

Session 1 : Introduction, Signpost, Running Action Sheets.

Session 2 : Learning.

How do people learn? Why do people Learn? What are the main barriers to learning? Learning styles. Includes group discussion and questionnaire.

Session 3 : Designing Training Programmes. The Training Design Model.

A structured approach for planning a training session includes : Initial Thinking ; Filtering ; Sequencing and Scheduling ; Support Materials.

Session 4 : Delivery. Techniques for successful training delivery.

Voice ; Pace ; Handling the Group ; Questions.

Day 2.

Session 1 : Giving Feedback.

Four basic principles for giving trainees feedback.

Session 2 : Practical Preparation. Time to plan a short training session.

Session 3 : Practical. Each participant delivers a 15/20 minute training session.

Session 4: Feedback on practical session.

Session 5 : Evaluating training.

Three opportunities to assess the success of the training given.

Session 6 : Implementation Model. The transfer of learning back to the workplace.


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