Learn how to be more than just a presenter, but a facilitator of learning. Acquire the practical platform to be confident & succeed as a trainer. Discover ways adults learn & key training methodologies. Get to know effective techniques for engaging your audience, & designing a program that meets their actual needs and training objectives.
- Build comfortable rapport with participants and get buy-in from the beginning
- Deliver content logically and simply in a brain-friendly fashion
- Design training material thoroughly and professionally
- Orchestrate the optimum environment for your training
- Engage the audience in multi-faceted, ingenious ways to facilitate learning
Who should attend?
- Team Leaders
- All those who are involved in employee development, classroom, and on-the-job training.
- Learn how to be more than just a presenter, but a facilitator of learning
- Acquire the practical platform to be confident and succeed as a trainer
- Learn all “ins and outs” of training from design to delivery
- Discover ways adults learn and key training methodologies
- Get to know effective techniques for engaging your audience, and designing a program that meets their actual needs and training objectives
- This qualification is suitable for both experienced and new trainers who wish to improve their performance and obtain a training qualification that will enable them to deliver Highfield qualifications.
What is the course outline?
Adult Learning and Learning Styles
- The training cycle: an overview
- The importance of adult learning styles
- Characteristics of the adult learner – how they differ from children
- Learning styles – and how to assess them
- Cognitive overload research and what it tells us about training
Characteristics of Successful Trainers
- The various roles of training professionals
- Facilitation: an overview
- Presenter and facilitator: what’s the difference?
- Facilitator competencies & self-assessment
- Four guiding principles for facilitators (ORID)
Training Methods, Activities, and Exercises
- Using icebreakers and educational games
- Advantages and disadvantages of different activities/methods
- Planning and structuring exercises
- Brainstorming: you may have been doing it wrong
- Using SWOT, PESTEL, and Force Field Analysis with groups
Designing Training Programs
- Setting ground rules
- Steps to prepare an effective presentation
- Why educational objectives are essential
- The levels of training evaluation
- Calculating a cost-benefit analysis
Presenting and Delivering Effective Training
- Presentation skills and overcoming fear
- The key elements of presenting
- Handling questions from the group
- Cultural issues in training
- Getting feedback from others
What you will gain?
✅ Prepare and deliver a training session appropriate to the audience’s areas of expertise.
✅ Understand delegates different learning styles, and be able to offer other training techniques which will enhance the learning process.
✅ Examine training methods and determine the most appropriate one for training workshops
✅ Design training materials for group training sessions to meet specified needs
✅ Create blueprints for training sessions