Learn how to become an engaging trainer that is able to turn theory into usable skills and information that can be put into practice in the workplace.
Many organisations invest plenty of time in delivering internal or in-house training, but do not get the results they hope for because the trainers do not have the right skills.
A great trainer is able to capture the attention and the imagination of their audience and make learning enjoyable. Most importantly, they can convert theory into usable skills; ensuring that the learners attending the training are equipped with the knowledge and skills to deliver their job correctly.
To raise your game as an internal trainer, you will hear about:
a) The characteristics of adult learners
b) The responsibilities of the trainer in the cycle of learning
c) Communication skills for trainers; structuring, integrating, elaborating, listening and responding
d) The training design process and making training more interactive
e) Presenting training content (including skills practices)
– Creating practical training spaces
– Working with visual aids
f) Facilitating difficult situations in the training room
Anyone required to develop and deliver training content inside their organisation.
Event organiser: Helga Smit – email@example.com
Speaker: Marion Stone – Cornerstone Connections