Training programs are being conducted across the world with a view to improve the productivity of the employees and hence the organization. However, many programs are far from producing the desired results.
Although the trainer may be skilled in his knowledge, he may not be able to transfer this knowledge and skills properly due to lack of required training skills. In order to fill this gap, The Yellow Spot offers the “Train the Trainer” program, aimed at improving the facilitation skills of the trainer.
The course will also help participants understand how adults learn and adjust their learning methodologies to the needs of their participants. It will help enhance the trainers presentation skills along with classroom management, participant management skills.
The Yellow Spot Certified “Train the Trainer” Workshop is carefully designed by us for providing an opportunity for in-depth learning along with the scope for practicing the learning along with methods for evaluation of self and the trainees during and post the program
The “Train the Trainer Open Workshop” will help the Facilitator to transform their training skills into a multi layered, two-way, efficient and refreshing learning experience for themselves and their participants, which will ensure high retention of information by the trainees and help enhance their productivity
The program is designed to be result oriented, practical and time tested. The workshop is based on Left/right brain strategies, adult learning styles, emotions during learning and many other learning techniques packaged in easy to implement manner.
The Trainer and Training
- Importance of Training
- Goals of Any Training
- Skills of a Trainer
- Different Roles That a Trainer Plays
- Interpersonal Skills
- Preparing the Audience
- Setting Expectations, Learning Objectives and Outcomes
- Presentations Skills
- Body Language
- Voice, Intonations and Stress
- Language and Its Importance
- Mind Mapping
- Understanding Participants Non-Verbal Communication
The Training Cycle
- Identifying Training Needs
- Understanding Adult Learning
- Content and Session Plan
- Use of Training Aids- 5 W’s and 1 H
- Establish a Positive Learning Environment
- Bringing In High Levels of Interaction
- Learning Barriers
- How to Handle Tough Trainees / Disruptive Behaviour
- Give Support and Feedback to Learners
- Question and Answer Sessions
Assessment and Evaluation
- Evaluating Training
- Identifying Self Development Needs
Few aspects we will cover under this program
How to identify training needs?
We will give case studies and take the participant through various scenarios, showcasing how to identify training needs. Hence weather a training to be imparted is functional or behavioral or competency based, how to differentiate and identify that will be covered here
How to build audience rapport and participation?
Apart from Ice breakers and energizers, we will train on how to use the right communication and body language as well as the Visual – Auditory – Kinesthetic Model. Additionally we will also train you to understand the participants’ level and match your wavelength with theirs
How to apply Adult Learning Principles?
Adult Learning theory says that mature adult people learn differently than children. There are 6 to 7 principles which the participants are taken through which will help them in classroom management
How to deal with difficult participants?
Participants come for various reasons, and we train you to deal with each one of them. We will talk about the type of difficult participants and ways of dealing with them
How to evaluate training effectiveness?
Here you will learn to create feedback forms, create assessments based on competencies, Job Descriptions and KRA’s
Kirkpatrick Model of ROI will be discussed. The 5 steps of this model will be discussed.
The pattern we will follow here is the Kolb’s theory
What is meant by Personal Presentation as a Trainer?
The participant will taken through the requisites of etiquettes, attitude, hygiene, communication, gestures and the body language required by the trainer in this section