Duration: 2 day(s)
Course Code: TTT1
For dates or any further enquiries please call 01344 830100
Price: P.O.A

Train the Trainer Level 1

This course is worth 12 CPD hours

Who trains the Trainer?

Training isn’t just about what you know; it’s also about how you communicate that knowledge to an audience. Many people become trainers because of their knowledge on a particular subject. However, the best trainers are those that realise subject knowledge isn’t enough; delivering information in an engaging and memorable way is also a pre-requisite.

This programme is for you if

you are new to training, are an existing trainer needing a refresher course, or someone who has accepted some training responsibility as a secondary role. It will give you a comprehensive guide of the knowledge and key competencies expected of trainers. You may wish to bring materials that will assist in practical sessions.

On completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Implement the skills and techniques to train others
  • Prepare, plan and structure a training session
  • Know the importance of using visual aids
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses in your delivery style
  • Deliver stimulating sessions that are both informative and interesting
  • Understand learning styles to aid the effective design of learning programmes

Programme Focus

Introduction and Objectives

Understanding how people learn
  • Understand how people learn
  • The Learning Cycle
  • What makes a good trainer

Training versus presenting
  • The trainer’s role
  • Knowledge skill
  • Barriers to learning
  • Learning styles

Essential techniques
  • Creating a good first impression
  • Communication styles
  • Perception
  • Listening and questioning techniques

Structuring the training session
  • Using a Training Needs Analysis
  • Setting objectives and evaluating success
  • Constructing and structuring a session  
  • Matching learning points
  • How to conduct one-to-one training
  • Begin with the end in mind -evaluating the training  
 
Training aids and training material
  • Effective use of training aids to include the use of flip charts, smartboards, video clips and PowerPoint
  • Creating appropriate supporting material
 
Handling difficult situations
  • Anticipating and dealing with issues
  • Dealing with challenging trainees  
  • Dealing with technical issues

Bringing it all together
  • Feedback
  • Training assessment
  • Programme planning
  • Objectives and course evaluation
  • Practise delivery during course of two 10 minute sessions

Review of Programme

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What previous delegates have said about our Train the Trainer Level 1 course

 

"I have thoroughly enjoyed this course. Mythili has great knowledge and explains things really well and keeps you motivated and involved in each topic."

 

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