The key to any successful training session is to engage students so that they are involved in the learning process. All too often students view training as “boring” or a “waste of time”. This attitude towards training can be directly attributed to the trainer and their approach to training.
The “train-the-trainer” program is designed to teach your in-house supervisors or full-time instructors how to become more proficient at classroom and hands-on training. Whether, new to public speaking and making presentations or if you are a seasoned professional trainer, this “train-the-trainer” course will better prepare you for the classroom and make you more confident in the delivery of your course material.
This on-site training session can be tailored to fit any type of training that you need to perform. Your trainers will understand how to thoroughly prepare for a training session and what tools they can use to make it an enjoyable and interactive experience for all.
Recommended Personnel to Attend: Full-time and in-house instructors, including supervisors who train employees.
Minimum Class Size: 2 students Maximum Class Size: 10 students
Time: 8 to 16 Hours (dependent upon specific needs.)
Cost: Call for Pricing
+ Course materials will be provided to students during training session(s). + Customers will receive class rosters and course evaluations. + Students will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Upon completion of this course, participants will better understand:
How to best prepare for the training session.
What materials will be needed to conduct the training.
How to prioritize materials and subject matter so that it will be easy to deliver to an audience.
How to communicate in plain language and in clear terms.
How to set up the classroom to create a comfortable learning environment.
How to handle difficult questions and situations presented by the class.
Tips on how to get students involved in the training.
Making training practical and useful.
Building credibility through conducting yourself in a professional manner.
How to use student feedback to evaluate and improve your training skills.