Delivering a training programme requires many skills. A trainer must know the content well or be an expert in it, be able to communicate well, know how learning works, have a high level of empathy to understand what delegates are going through and be able to show enthusiasm about the content.
Since these are only skills, anyone can master them with correct training. Trainers must feel confident about their domain or expertise, however a good trainer must poses a set of skills directly dedicated to training others and on transfer of knowledge form one person to another.

This programme allows trainers to acquire these critical skills by understanding the way they work and delegate’s learning patterns. The programme employs the same mechanism to train learners; hence learners can see the method both in theory and in practice. As a result, this comprehensive programme allows delegates to learn a substantial amount of content in a very short time. The programme is designed to take place over three days. Although this is the recommended length, you can easily modify the content to suit your delegate’s needs and time available for training.

The Train the Trainer programme prepares delegates to deliver outstanding training sessions regardless of the topic. In addition, it also prepares delegates to use training materials which are designed in line with Accelerated Leaning principles discussed in the programme.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Design a training course targeted for adult learners

  • Plan the delivery of a course by ensuring that all the key elements of effective training are present

  • Learn how to communicate one’s message effectively

  • Develop techniques to overcome barriers to learning

  • Prepare and deliver a training session

  • Learn to construct assessments to validate the learning

  • Gain techniques for providing encouragement and coaching during the training process

  • Create post-course evaluation forms

  • Evaluate their peers and also receive feedback from them during class

    Be provided, upon request, a filmed DVD of each participants in-class presentation