Train the Trainer (T3P) 23 & 24 Feb 2019
The Training Field can change fast - new methodologies, new discoveries about the way adults learn, changing expectations of trainees and employers!
The best training is that which is learner centric and is rooted in his needs and aspirations. The truth is, very little can be taught and much that has to be learnt. This workshop harnesses this sentiment to provide knowledge and learning opportunities for the participants not only learn the wherewithal of training but also how to keep it alive.
Training is a special skill that can be developed so that organizations can harness and focus the talent, abilities of its personnel. There are some basic questions such as what is training needs identification? What is the role of a trainer? How can he design and deliver need based training programmes? What are the Training Methodologies he or she should use and indeed how to evaluate training?
Whether you have been serving as a trainer for a while or never stepped on to a platform, this Workshop will show you how to strengthen your training competence, engage your audience and leave a lasting impact on those you help to learn and train.
The Workshop is designed to enable organizations to develop their own internal training capabilities so that they can harness better the abilities of their people. It covers both instructional design and facilitation. It is highly interactive and is designed to be a model for participants in how to plan, design and deliver training.
This is very practical, enjoyable and worthwhile Workshop, led by one of the best resource persons in the world, in this area, that will not only help to develop new trainers but also enhance the skills of those who already conduct training.
How Will You Benefit?
• Increase your understanding of & confidence in training adults.
• Increase adult learner motivation, comprehension & retention.
• Make sessions more enjoyable for adult learners.
• Build stronger facilitation skills and leave a lasting impression on learners.
• Gain insight into structuring more effective training programs.
• Gain the latest training methods and techniques. Accelerate the development process.
• Improve retention rates of participants.
• Dry or technical material can be more effectively delivered.
• Add excitement and increase the effectiveness of your training sessions.
• Learn thoroughly the latest steps in Designing Training Programs.
• You may get opportunity to work with IITD, as a Professional Trainer based on your future individual on field performance
Who Should Attend?
This training Programme is for all Executives, Practicing Managers, Facilitators, HR Managers, In-Company Trainers, Sales Trainers, Technical/Functional Trainers and Faculty members from industries and Academicians who wish to improve their training skills to deliver value to their trainees.
Session Plan for 2 Days
9.30 am to 5.45 pm.
Methodology Objectives - To
• Build comfortable rapport with participants and get buy-in from the beginning.
• Deliver the contents in a logical and simple way to grasp user friendly manner.
• Orchestrate the environment for optimum learning.
• Engage the audience in multi-faceted, ingenious ways to facilitate learning.
• Use and combine compelling audio & visual aids to utilize all senses.
• Choose creative and stimulating delivery formats for "dry," technical material.
• Facilitate group activities aligned to learning goals.
• Transfer information from short-term to long-term memory.
• Plan and design a seamless, multi-sensory training that will have lasting impact.
• Apply Accelerated learning strategies for results-boosting
9.30 am to 10.30am-TRAINING TOPICS
Understanding How Adults Really Learn
• Introduction to Accelerated Learning (AL) methodology
• The instructor-centered versus the participant-centered approach to learning
• How traditional training tends to stifle real learning
Different Learning Styles and How to Accommodate Them
• The different needs of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners
• 4 Stage principle—training strategies for each type
• How to reach all learning modalities when conducting training
10.30 am to 10.45 am-Tea / Coffee Break
10.45 am to 12 noon
Engagement Strategies for Enhanced Learning
• Keeping participants alert, engaged, open and relaxed
• Using rapport-building techniques with success
• Using activities and games to reinforce the learning
• Implementing a variety of learning exercises
• Games and activities that will make the learning process more effective
• Special room set-up allowing for a flexible training environment
12 noon to 1.30 pm
Combining Media to Make an Impact
• Avoiding “Sleep by power point”. Use simple methods to create compelling visuals—what to include and what to leave out
• Do’s and don’ts of PowerPoint
• Using brain-compatible flip-chart techniques that increase peripheral learning by up to 80%
• Creating great flip-charts
• Using music to enhance learning
• Engaging the image-brain for rapid memorization
1.30 pm to 2.15 pm – Lunch Break
2.15 pm to 3.45 pm-
Presenting Information for Optimum Comprehension and Recall
• Why “data dumping” is severely counter-productive
• Various techniques to reinforce memorization and “lock in” new content
• How peripherals can significantly increase learning
• HOT Tips for your trainer toolbox
4 Key Presentation Strategies
• 3 step power formula for providing an understanding of the material presented
• How to “present” information for easy assimilation
• “Signal phrases” and how to use them
• How to revisit content in multiple ways and why it’s so important
• What to do when there’s not enough time to deliver all the material
3.45 pm to 4 pm- Tea / Coffee Break
4 pm to 5 pm-
Handling “difficult” participants with ease
• Techniques for effectively dealing with the most common types
• Prevention steps to avoid the encounter in the first place
5 pm to 5.45 pm- Qs & As & Take Aways for D1
Day 2 –
9.00 am to 10.30 am
• 2 common myths
• 3 levels of listening
• How to encourage “active listening”
• 10 tips to becoming a better listener
10.30 am to 10.45 am- Tea / Coffee Break
10.45 am to 12 noon-
How to Field Questions
• Avoid 3 common mistakes when responding to questions
• When should you re-direct questions?
• 5 tips on fielding questions
• How to ensure equal “air-time” for everyone in the room
Facilitating Activities and Giving Clear Directions
• Taking off the hat of Subject Matter Expert and donning the hat of Facilitator
• How to give clear, to-the-point directions that get participants immediately engaged and on task
12 noon to 1.30 pm-
Brain-Compatible Training Techniques
• Brain facts
• Why you need to present information to both sides of the brain
• Brain energizers
Presentation Skills - Voice & Body Language
• Assessing your voice
• Strengthening your voice
• Using your voice for maximum impact:
The power of the pause
How to achieve an even “pace”
How to use tone and inflection to convey your message
Why varying your volume can make a difference
How to avoid “verbal diarrhea”
• Creating “stage confidence”
Ensuring that your body language is congruent with your message
Avoiding annoying gestures that detract from your message
Learning to move with purpose
Injecting energy and grace into your movements
Including your audience
The Do's and Don'ts of Presenting
• How you look
• How you sound
• What you say
• Practical tips
1.30 pm to 2.15 – Lunch Break
2.15 pm to 3.45 pm-
Opening a Training Session
• How to break ice for building rapport with participants, taper resistance, and get buy-in from the beginning
• Overcoming learning barriers
• Creative ways to open a training session
• Setting ground rules and why they are important in participative training
Closing a Training Session
• Common mistakes to avoid
• Allowing reflection on the content to create a sense of “ownership”
• Wrap-up techniques and action plans to cement the commitment to continued learning and application
• If it’s worth learning, it’s worth celebrating—appropriate, memorable ways to conclude a course
3.45 pm to 4 pm- Tea / Coffee Break
Managing the Classroom/Training room
• The number 1 factor affecting learning that most trainers don’t even know about, and how to use it to boost comprehension and retention
• Directing the group’s focus
• Helping ALL learners keep up with the pace of classroom instruction
Physical & Mental Energizers
Use physical and mental energizers to:
• Recharge a group when the energy is waning
• Increase alertness and attention
• Transition to a new topic
How to Debrief an Activity
• Skillfully “draw out” the learning
• Making the intangible in to tangible
• Using a clear-cut model for effective debriefs
• Questions to use with any group
4 pm to 5 pm-
How to Give Feedback/Coaching
• Making feedback easy using a 5 step process
5 Deadly Mistakes Trainers Should Avoid
• Understanding what creates a negative training climate and shuts down learning
5 pm to 5.45 pm – Qs & As & Take Aways of T3 Program.
Drafting Individual Plan of Action (PoA) and Group Validation
Written Feed Backs & Spoken Expressions
Medium: English/ Hindi/ Marathi.
Fees and Registration:
Investment: Rs. 7,900/- + GST 18% per person.
Incentive: Rs. 7,500/- + GST 18% per person for a group of Three or more Members from the same Organization.
Fees include participation, course material (Hard copies), Breakfast, Lunch and tea / coffee.
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