Train the Trainers Workshop

Program Overview

Many trainers and educators have never been taught how to teach. When confronted with

the need or the opportunity to give training, they unconsciously follow the models provided

by the hundreds of past teachers they have had. Trainers tend to train the way they have

been taught, and their models have not always been the best ones if their purpose is to

change behavior and improve performance. This course guides you along the way to

achieve effective knowledge, Skills and Attitude (KSA) transfer. It also aims at

identifying and polishing your training techniques and presentation skills

through experiential learning, peers' and trainer's feedback.

Workshop Objectives

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Define Training Concepts and Adult Learning.
  • Design and Develop a Training Course
  • Develop Positive Attitude and Paradigm Shift
  • Master the Art of Training Delivery
  • Apply Different Methods of Training Evaluation

The Main Outlines

Introduction

  • Icebreakers
  • Learning Expectations
  • Workshop Objectives

Module One: Training Concepts and Adult Learning

  • Education or Training?
  • Four Major Types of Training
  • Four Key Adult Learning Principles
  • How Do Adults Learn: Sense, Filters and Memory?
  • Learning Styles
  • The Four Stages of the Learning Cycle

Module Two: Design and Develop a Training Course

  • Analyzing the Need for Training: Conducting a TNA
  • Developing Training SMART Goals
  • Developing Course Outline
  • Designing Training Activities: Integrating Case Studies, Handouts, Role-Plays

Module Three: Training Delivery

  • Trainer's Competencies
  • Identifying your Training Style
  • Gaining Learners' Commitment and Trust
  • Analyzing your Audience/Trainees
  • Effective Presentation Skills
  • Taming the Fear of Addressing the Audience
  • Types of Trainees
  • Planning your Training Session:
  • Using Body Language Effectively
  • Adjusting Voice Projection
  • Designing Effective Visuals
  • Managing Different and Difficult Types of Trainees
  • Handling Problems
  • Handling Deviation of Plans
  • Handling Questions Effectively
  • Practice Presentations

Module Four: Applying Methods of Training Evaluation

  • Value of Evaluation
  • Components of Evaluation
  • Follow up Training Results

Instructors’ Profile

This program is led by instructors with long significant teaching experience

centered on soft skills training as well as train of the trainers, in addition to

their professional background that helps join usual lecturing with case studies

and discussions to enhance the training experience.

Participants Profile

This program is designed for trainers who need to upgrade their training skills,

individuals who wish to be trainers in the purpose of acquiring training education

plus sharpening their interpersonal skills, and individuals who work in human

resources development, managerial level involved in training their teams, adult

learning activities, interactive learning sessions, and public interactive seminars.

Duration 28 Hours / 4 Full Day / 8 half days

Contact Number

+2 33318 403 - 33318 506 

Contact information

  • dummy33 El Messaha Street, Dokki A, Dokki, Giza Governorate, Egypt

  • dummyP.O Box 12611

  • dummy 16541 - +2 02 33318498

  • dummy+2 02 37497928

  • dummyinfo@eelu.edu.eg

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