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A very practical Train the Trainer Course - Years Beyond Certificate IV

Your train the trainer course equips managers, trainers and other key staff with the skills and techniques they need to get the best possible results from their own training programs. You do not need to have attended the Cert IV train the trainer course to attend this program. This is a practical alternative to the top heavy, theory based existing Cert IV train the trainer training course. Whether it's compliance, sales or professional development training, the train the trainer course ensures your in-house training programs are dynamic, enjoyable and boost participant performance.

Who should attend our train the trainer courses?

Our Train the Trainer courses are designed for HR, sales or design teams; internal trainers, facilitators or managers - anyone who wants to boost the effectiveness of their training! Training trainers works best with groups of five to ten participants, with Certificate IV training a prerequisite to the course.  

Beyond the Train the Trainer Course TAA

This training program piggybacks directly off the Train the Trainer CERT IV TAA course. It gives your internal facilitators a toolkit of ideas and strategies to dramatically increase the levels of audience engagement and will boost the group learning index. The course is designed as a practical means to improve existing training and facilitative styles.

Training trainers - why we're unique

Our train the trainer courses are 80% practical and full of proven strategies to make your internal and external training programs more effective. You'll be taken through a step by step framework to conducting your own outstanding workshops by a trainer with 15 years experience training internal trainers.

Train the trainer course outline and benefits

  • Becoming a more dynamic facilitator. Discover professional techniques for engaging your audience and helping them learn. Find out how to use case studies to generate discussion; how existing knowledge can garner new and different perspectives; how using narrative can enhance the learning experience; and how experiential techniques can help participants change their behaviour unconsciously.
  • Building creative breaks and challenges into your course. Get people excited about embracing new challenges. Understand which tools work with which audiences and set up challenges that achieve team unity.
  • Making participants' experience more interesting and lively. Using activities games, puzzles, role plays and break-outs can keep your training sessions fresh and leave participants surprised that the day is over!
  • Delivering presentations seamlessly. Often a small anomaly in the training environment can distract your audience and decrease learning outcomes. Develop a checklist of essential tools and learn how to set up the training environment.
  • Building Instructional Design practices into your course. As trainers we sometimes rely too heavily on manuals and visuals. Learn professional shortcuts and effective techniques for using the internet, Powerpoint presentations and assembling workbooks
  • Incorporating effective questioning and listening techniques. It's easy to get caught up in presenting and forget to use effective questioning techniques. Learn clever questioning techniques that will bring members of a group together, evoke great ideas and improve learning.
  • What to do when things don't go according to plan. Everyone experiences bad training moments or days. This interactive session looks at how difficult training situations arise and what you can do to recover - immediately, or in the future.
  • Managing difficult audiences and building rapport. Understand participant behaviour and get tools for deal with difficult people. The ability to defuse challenging behaviour is a certain sign of a successful facilitator.
  • Understanding training measure metrics. How can you tell if your training is really benefitting your audience? Discover what affects training outcomes and learn how to measure audience expectations before training begins. Find out how customising programs to meet participant expectations can boost training results.

If you would like more information, please contact Melinda Kavanagh on 03 9805 8000 or
email-mkavanagh@preftrain.com

 

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