In a knowledge based society, the need for information transference is necessary as people are constantly seeking new knowledge along with picking up new skills to catapult their performance at work to a new level. It takes a well composed trainer who truly understands the needs of his learners to do just that. In this 2-day take-off program, participants will learn the trade secrets of effective adult training. To achieve such a result, participants will learn some crucial steps that needs be taken and stuff to be avoided. The trainer will reveal to participants how to turn your first time participants into your diehard fans!
Program Objectives
At this program’s conclusion, participants should be able to:

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Course Outline

Module 1: The Trainer Mindset

It is about them not about YOU – Being learner focused

The difference between presenting and facilitating

Acknowledging personal strengths and weaknesses as a Trainer

Establishing the “Beyond the Classroom” mentality

Module 2: Adult Learning Principles by Malcolm Knowles

The difference between adults and children in learning

Principle 1: Adults are self-directed

Principle 2: Adults have accumulated experiences

Principle 3: Adults are goal-oriented

Principle 4: Adults are relevancy oriented

Principle 5: Adults are practical

Principle 6: Adults desire respect

Module 3: Pre-Training Activities

Preparing preliminary Training Needs Analysis

Writing a course outline

Establishing a training methodology

Module 4: Training Design & Materials Development

Defining Training Objectives–Cognitive, Behavioural & Affective

Training Plan–4 parts to a training day–Take off-> Cruising-> Acceleration-> Touch Down

Developing Training Materials – Slides & Participant Handouts

Learners Representational Systems-Visual, Auditory & Kinaesthetic

Module 5: Activities Galore

Experiential activities

Structured Learning Exercises

Individual and group activities

Reflection sessions

Use of case studies

Module 6: Training Delivery

Strategies to hold participants’ attention for 8 hours to 16 hours

Understanding participant bio-rhythm

Verbal Communication with participants – adjusting to different levels –

The element of Interactivity

Non-verbal considerations–pacing with participants

“Off-Line” approaches

Module 7: Training Assessment

Kirk Patricks 4 levels of evaluation:

Reaction – Response to training

Learning – Proof of Learning

Behavior – Alteration of action at the workplace

Results – Show of business results post training

Delivery Practice Session

Individual Presentations by Attendees

Comprehensive Evaluation by Trainer

Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)

Target Audience: Executive Level Trainers

Traning Methodology: Interactive Lecture, Amplified Demonstrations, Relevant Videos, Individual Presentations & Comprehensive Evaluations & Personal Coaching