Many organisations struggle to find the budget to outsource professional trainers so instead opt to train staff who could take over this role. If this is you, welcome us in to get your in-house trainers competent in doing this very important and worthwhile job.
Our Training programme begins with developing an understanding of how adults learn. This will help to avoid the ‘hit and miss’ approach of training others the way they were taught themselves. We spend time getting the content and trainer prepared to engage their participants in the learning process using work-relevant activities and exercises. Evaluation is necessary to continue to make changes to improve the learning experience and to consider ROI on the training investment of time and money.
Staff who are passionate about training should enquire about our Coaching and Mentoring programmes. These will increase your reach to develop those who want one-on-one development or need more than training.
Part 1 – ADULTS AS LEARNERS
What adults like and what they don’t
Speeding up the learning process
Learning preferences: what information we need and how we need it
Training styles: from instruction to mentoring
Part 2 – PREPARATION
Preparation: run sheets, workbooks, resources, activities and media
Logistics on the day
Self-management: nerves, attitude, emotions and thoughts
Part 3 – IN THE TRAINING ROOM
Creating the right environment
The do’s and don’ts of facilitation
Getting respect, being respectful in our diverse training rooms