Researchers (Ross-Gordon 2001) have found that trainers who prepare themselves for the training role by participating in Training the Trainers workshops increase their own potential, enhancing their own professional growth and development along with giving insight to the participant. Findings from this same study also report that Trainers of Trainers (TTT) experience growth in the following areas:
- Exposure to new and diverse perspectives as they train the Participants,
- Improved coaching and listening skills,
- Increased satisfaction with work,
- Leadership skills,
- Professional involvements
In other words, Train the Trainer workshop actively facilitates self- learning, retaining and recalling thereby reinforcing and applying on ourselves the effective principles of Managerial and Leadership Skills. In other words it gives Knowledge of how to work with adult learners.
Train the Trainer helps us relate and appreciate our own desirable and undesirable stimulus and responses towards our colleagues and subordinates. It further encapsulates our inter-personal skills and augments our inner skill set of handling and connecting with people who we work with.
- Knowing all about Training.
- Role of a Trainer
- Advantages of Training and Train the Trainer (TTT).
- Adult as Learners
- Translating learning needs into objective
- What am I Trying to Achieve?
- Designing a pattern of learning experience
- Participants Expectations
- Identifying the Need, Knowledge and Aptitude in place
- Concept of Adult Learning
- Sensitizing them with involvement rather than self righteous domination
- How to Prepare for the Training Session
- Sequencing & Structuring
- How to use Technology and make Power Point Presentations
- How does Effectively Communicate the Content?
- Art of reading the Participants
- How to handle the Participants?
- How to make Training Interesting?
- Art of using different Methodologies?
- Handling Heterogeneous Group?
- Handling Difficult Questions
- Effectively carrying self as a Trainer?
- Use of the energizer
- Ability to make mid-course amends
- Group Dynamic Games
- Power Point Presentations
- Role Plays
- Case Study
- Presentations by Participants
1. Participants are expected to carry two different Modules (two completely different subjects) for your training delivery in form of Power Point for Day One and Day Two respectively. The two Module’s should be functional & technical in nature and once again importantly, day Two Module should be on different technical subjects when compared to your Day 1 Module (the training topic for both the days to be delivered by each participant should be different).
Looking forward to your Participation and Nominations.