Train the Trainer Masterclass training centre in Bangladesh

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Train the Trainer Masterclass


Studies show that people remember less than 10% of information in a typical training session or presentation. Further, 80% of what they remember is lost within 30 days (if not reinforced). That translates into an average 2% retention rate after 30 days. What if students/employees could retain up to 90% of your training content, with less time and less effort?

This program gives you access to practical tools, strategies, and Neurolinguistic techniques that will make your training dynamic, engaging, and highly effective. We show you how to optimize your training environment and training programs to achieve outstanding learning results. The program focuses on practical, proven, leading-edge techniques and strategies, especially Neuro-Linguistic Programming technologies that both new and experienced trainers can use immediately with great success.

Learning Outcome
After completing this ‘Train the Trainer’ training course, you will be able to:
• Promote learner participation and involvement by using effective questioning techniques in a training session
• Evaluate personal training strengths and areas to work on
• Define the factors that promote learning
• Carry out Training Needs Analysis, develop appropriate content & deliver in a way that is best suited for the delegates learning
• Apply the concepts of NLP and Accelerated Learning in training
• Understand the difference between training and presenting information
• Use recognized success measures to assess effective learning
• Define effective feedback
• Build comfortable rapport with participants and get buy-in from the beginning
• Deliver content logically and simply in a brain-friendly fashion
• Orchestrate the optimum environment for your training
• Engage the audience in multi-faceted, ingenious ways to facilitate learning
• Use and combine compelling audio & visual aids to utilize more senses
• Choose creative and stimulating delivery formats for "dry," technical material
• Facilitate partner and group activities applicable to learning goals
• Transfer information from short-term to long-term memory

Objectives of this Course:
This comprehensive training program will address the following three areas:
1. Delegates to this program will learn the skills, confidence, and structure to design and deliver classroom training
2. This includes assessing the training needs of the clients or sponsor so that a fully customized training session is offered
3. Special attention is given to how adults learn, retain the crucial information & also apply with ease what they have learned when they return to their work.



Contents of Training:

Module 1: How adults learn?
• Introduction to Accelerated Learning (AL) methodology
• The instructor-centered versus the participant-centered approach to learning
• How traditional training tends to suffocate real learning
• Establishing the relevance & benefit of the training
• Building the trainer’s credibility

Module 2: Learning Styles & how to cater for them?
• The different needs - visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners
• VAK principle—training strategies for each type
• How to reach all learning modalities when conducting training

Module 3: Engagement Strategies For Enhanced Learning
• Keeping your participants alert, engaged, open and relaxed
• Using rapport-building techniques with success
• Using activities and games to reinforce the learning
• Implementing a variety of learning exercises
• Seating formats & work areas

Module 4: Energizing Computer-based Training (Optional Module)
• Inherent problems with computer-based training and what to do about them
• Creative strategies for revitalizing technical training
• How to make computer-based training practical for all learning styles
• Special room set-up allowing for a flexible and fluid training environment

Module 5: Training Needs Analysis (TNA) & Course Development
• What is TNA and how to conduct TNA?
• Why you should establish the ‘Objectives of the training intervention’ right at the start?
• Why should you meet the departmental head & a cross section of staff that is to be trained?
• Where possible you as a Trainer should observe the delegates while at work
• Why you should have the sign-off of the Sponsor on the overall intervention before starting developmental work?
• Where possible carry out an evaluation before & after the training to check and measure the effectiveness of training – the criteria for this should be agreed on with the Sponsor prior to starting the training
• Similarly classroom attendance & participation report should be provided to the Sponsors when requested
• The ‘Happy Sheets’
• Post training activities & support

Module 6: Combining Media To Make An Impact
• Avoiding “death by power point”. Use simple methods to create compelling visuals—what to include and what to leave out
• PowerPoint font style, size & color plus background color
• Right use & combination of colors
• Use of pictures vs. animated images
• Do’s and don’ts of PowerPoint
• Using brain-compatible flip-chart techniques
• Using music to enhance learning
• Engaging the image-brain for rapid memorization

Module 7: Presenting Information For Optimum Comprehension and Recall
• Why “data dumping” is severely counter-productive
• Various techniques to reinforce memorization and “lock in” new content
• How peripherals can significantly increase learning
• HOT Tips for your trainer toolbox

Module 8: Key Presentation Strategies
• How to present to various professions e.g., sales, accountants, engineers, directors, frontline staff etc.
• How to “chunk” information for easy assimilation
• How to revisit content in multiple ways and why it’s so important
• What to do when there’s not enough time to deliver all the material
• “Signal phrases” and how to use them (optional)
Module 9: Handling “difficult” participants with ease
• Techniques for effectively dealing with the most common types
o Talker or Know It All
o Arguer or Questioner
o Quiet or Withdrawn
o Complainer
o Distracter
o Rambler
o Challenger.
• Prevention steps to avoid the encounter in the first place

Module 10: How To Field Questions
• Common mistakes to avoid when responding to questions
• When should you re-direct questions?
• Tips on fielding questions
• How to ensure equal “air-time” for everyone in the room
Module 11: Listening Skills
• Common myths
• Levels of listening
• How to encourage “active listening”
• Tips to becoming a better listener

Module 12: Brain-Compatible Training Techniques
• Brain facts
• Why you need to present information to both sides of the brain
• Brain energizers
• Use of handouts, videos, group work, simulations, assessments and their timings
• Making the training fun to attend

Module 13: Presentation Skills - Voice & Body Language
• Assessing your voice
• Strengthening your voice
• Using your voice for maximum impact:
o The power of the pause
o How to achieve an even “pace”
o How to use tone and inflection to convey your message
o Why varying your volume can make a difference
o How to avoid “verbal sabotage”
• Creating “stage presence:”
o Ensuring that your body language is congruent with your message
o Avoiding annoying gestures that detract from your message
o Learning to move with purpose
o Injecting energy and grace into your movements
o Including your audience

Module 14: Looks Matter
• How you look
• How you sound
• What you say & how you say matters
• Other practical tips
• Gestures, positioning, facial expressions matter

Module 15: Opening a Training Session
• How to build “instant” rapport with participants, melt resistance, and get buy-in from the beginning
• How to build credibility?
• Overcoming learning barriers
• Creative ways to open a training session
• Setting ground rules and why they are important in participate training

Module 16: Closing a Training Session
• Common mistakes to avoid
• Allowing reflection on the content to create a sense of “ownership”
• Wrap-up techniques to cement the commitment to continued learning and application

Module 17: Managing the Classroom/Training room
• The number 1 factor affecting learning that most trainers don’t even know about, and how to use it to boost comprehension and retention
• Helping ALL learners keep up with the pace of classroom instruction
• How to give ‘Feedback'

Module 18: Physical & Mental Energizers
• Recharge a group when the energy is waning
• Increase alertness and attention
• Transition to a new topic

Module 19: How To Debrief an Activity
• Skillfully “draw out” the learning
• Making the intangible tangible
• Using a clear-cut model for effective debriefs
• Questions to use with any group

Module 20: Deadly Mistakes Trainers Should Avoid
• Understanding what creates a negative training climate and shuts down learning

Bonus Sections

Module 21: Liven Up Your Training
• Learning activities and games you can easily replicate that will motivate learners, boost their energy, and make retention soar
Module 22: Creating an Optimum Training Environment (no matter where you train!)
• How the environment impacts learning
• Elements of a positive, stimulating training environment
• Important factors for choosing a room, and what to do when you have no choice
• Bonus: A handy “Setting the Stage” check list
Module 23: Participant presentations
• You will have an opportunity to prepare and deliver one or more presentations and to receive personal feedback and coaching from the lead trainer and peers

Module 24: Instructional Design Strategies & Tools
• Instructional Design 101: The basics
• Crucial design elements for deep, transformative learning
• How to organize and sequence content in a logical, brain-friendly fashion
• The secret unveiled: The 6 phases of Accelerated Learning training
How to create compelling, interactive handouts/workbooks
• How do we know they know? Assessment strategies
• Bonus: Handy ’Make A Difference BD’ course design checklist

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This course is for anyone wishing to become a trainer or any trainer who would like to become better at training.
For example:
Trainers with or without experience
Training managers, supervisors or ‘On Job Coaches’
Managers & Supervisors
Those staff working in training institutes
Also recommended for Leaders & executives of government or civil
organizations who have training function as a competency in their work portfolios.