Train the Trainer
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— Train the Trainer

Train the Trainer

Workshop Overview

Training is a critical piece for the success of any organization. Managers
are required to provide training to their subordinates from time-to-time on a
wide variety of topics. Improved training skills and knowledge increases
the competency and productivity of these managers. By empowering
managers to provide training, organizations not only enhance theirexpertise in the subject area but also develop them into better managers.
This Train the Trainer program is designed to help non-training professionals or part-time trainers design, develop, and deliver a program that can be

more engaging than a traditional “I speak and you listen” training format.
This highly interactive three day training program will help the
participants become an effective presenter and facilitator.

Workshop Objectives

By the end of this three day TTT program the participants will be able to:
1. Deepen their understanding of their role as a facilitator within the context of
their organization
2. Develop a systematic, structured approach to training and development activities
within their department or team
3. Understand and apply key concepts of training needs analysis in their work as a
4. Fine-tune their own communication style in the context of staff training
5. Identify innovative training methods and technologies for effective trainings
6. Maximise the benefits of in-house training and training output for the company
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Workshop Contents

Part I: Facilitation Skills

Module 1: What Makes a Good Facilitator

– Introductory presentation: assessing your delivery skills
– Characteristics of an effective facilitrator
– Elements of a successful training program
– Common errors in training

Module 2: Tuning Your Facilitation Skills

– The art of facilitation
– Developing your training style
– Tuning your presentation skills
– Planning and preparing your training session
– Focusing your energy on the training session
– Overcoming nervousnes

Workshop Contents

Part II: Assessing the Participants
Module 3: Conducting TNA

– Steps of performing TNA
– Identifying the performance–standards gap
– Focus groups and interviews
– Identifying core skills and behaviors for training

Part III: Designing the Content
Module 4: Training Program Design and Planning

– Designing the training program
– Identifying learning objectives
– Preparing a lesson plan
– Designing and conducting on-the-job-training

Module 5: Using Training Aides Effectively

Module 6: Facility Management

– Layout planning
– Space management
– Environment management
– Visualizing the workshop at the venueV
– Time management
– Tea and Lunch arrangement

Part IV: Delivering the Workshop

Module 7: Creating a Relaxing and Interactive

Training Environment
– Setting the climate – Icebreakers
– Your role as an effective communicator
– Using non-verbal communication and effective body

  Module 8: Managing Learning

– Conducting activities
– Drawing learning from the activities
– Linking learning with on job behaviors
Module 9: Managing Energy
– Managing participants energies
– Handling question and giving answers
– Listening skills
– Dealing with difficult trainees
– Handling difficult situations when delivering training
Part V: Training Evaluation

Module 10: Assessing and Evaluating Training

– The concept of ROI
– Assessment of learning objectives
– Evaluation of training
– Post Training evaluation

Module 11: Practice Sessio

– Practicipants will design, develop, and conduct a
short duration training program.
– Participants will display their learning in the
session and will be evaluated on the quality and
comprehensiveness of their knowledge and skil


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