Being a Better Trainer
Thursday 27 October 2016
Trainers are as diverse as the people we train and Being a Better Trainer is specifically designed to improve on what you already do in training, and think about ways that you can deliver even more dynamic and effective training sessions for you and your participants.
This skills-based course will analyse different learning styles theory, training aids and resources, delivery methods and styles, and a range of tools and techniques. We will learn about the training design triangle and managing the material to deliver the appropriate amount of content. We will look at why we should bother with ice-breakers, energisers and evaluations, what purpose they serve and how they can save you time and promote effectiveness for your training delivery.
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
Understand the design triangle when developing training
- Be familiar with a range of learning styles theory including Kolb’s learning cycle
- Pitch and pace your training to deliver it to a range of different abilities and backgrounds
- Understand how our brain works when we learn and how we absorb information
- Understand what happens to our body and brain when we are delivering training
- Fix learning in participants’ heads
- Create a safe and exciting learning environment
- Manage challenging participants and understand the reasons for their behaviour
- Understand why we bother with evaluation
- Refer to a wider range of tools and techniques for ice-breakers, name games, energisers, learning tools, information gathering, small group work, feedback, and evaluation
Who is this course for?
You should attend this course if you already have some experience as a trainer. It is perfect for you if you wish to revisit, refresh and enhance your existing skills.
How to book
Find out training costs and how to book on our training homepage.