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Train the Trainer Unit II: Presentation and Delivery of Training Programs

The quality of the presenter can determine the effectiveness of a program. Maximize the value of your training by learning to present more effectively, using group learning techniques and practicing solutions for challenging situations. Both units 1 and 2 of Train the Trainer follow the ADDIE model of training development using it as a guideline to explore all areas of training design, development and delivery. Some concepts are built upon, but each unit was designed to be taken independently and nonsequentially.

This course can be applied to the following certificates:
Master Trainer Certificate
Train the Trainer Certificate

Instructor

Sarah Caryl, MA

Sarah Caryl, MA

Sarah Caryl is a business leader practicing in the human resources, talent management and organizational development areas with extensive experience in leading adult learning. Having served across industries including healthcare, manufacturing, service and academia, Sarah understands how the cultural differences ... read more

Who Should Attend

  • Training and development managers
  • Managers and supervisors
  • New or experienced trainers
  • HR professionals
  • Consultants
  • Anyone who wants to design a customized program from the ground up

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Expertly prepare the learning environment
  • Build an effective introduction
  • Practice delivery with pointed feedback
  • Understand web-based training and e-learning basics
  • Optimize lecture and group discussion
  • Apply experiential and accelerated learning
  • Handle challenging situations and learners

Course Outline/Topics

1. Preparing the Environment, Others and Yourself

2. Building Effective Introductions

3. Using Lecture and Facilitating Group Discussions

4. Employing Experiential and Accelerated Learning in the Training Room

5. Understanding Unique Challenges for Training in the Virtual Environment

6. Handling Difficult Situations

7. Utilizing Case Studies and Role Play

8. Evaluating Delivery of Training

9. Practicing Training Delivery Using “Teachbacks”

10. Providing (and Receiving) Feedback on Delivery and Presentation From Instructor and Peers

Notes

Lunch and snacks are provided each day. Discounted parking is also available for those who park in the adjacent Grand Avenue parking structure.

Testimonials

"I can’t say enough about Buck…he’s great at his craft! Buck has the knowledge, the experience and the answers to help me grow as a training consultant!"  —  Participant, 2019

"Buck is an excellent instructor who modeled everything he taught us over the course of this class."  —  Participant, 2018

Date: 3 Thu, Mar 9-23, 2023

Delivery Method: Live Online

Time: 8:30am-Noon CT

Platform: Zoom

Instructor: Sarah Caryl MA

Fee:

$845 by Feb 23, 2023
$895 after Feb 23, 2023

CEUs: 2.1

Enrollment Limit: 30

Program Number: 5040-15010

Registration Deadline: Mar 9, 2023

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