Knowledge transfer is a recognisable skill that benefits from using appropriate and relevant techniques, and trainers and managers who train as part of their remit need a range of skills to be effective.
Delegates will explore the purpose of training and coaching and mentoring and the tools and techniques for creating a successful learning experience for others.
A few of the concepts learnt below are:
The need for skilled trainers continues to grow as our workforce meets the challenges of changing technology and information. Acquiring new knowledge and skills is critical to your job success and ongoing professional development.
Exploring and adopting an experiential approach to learning in groups, you will discover how to put learning theories into practice. Use tools for training design, get new ideas for delivery, identify responses to difficulties in groups and find ways to manage nerves.
This Train the Trainer is a bespoke programme designed for new and practicing trainers to evaluate their teaching styles, methodologies and innovation. This course is useful for learners to receive an ILM Recognised Programme to enhance their CPD (Continuous Professional Development).
The key requirement in any training is to keep your delegates awake and engaged so you can get the information across in a way they are likely to remember when they’ve left your room. That can be challenging depending on the delegates, the material and the training environment.