A One Day Train the Trainer & Facilitator Training Course

The key requirement in any training is to keep your delegates awake and engaged so you can get the information across in a way they are likely to remember when they’ve left your room. That can be challenging depending on the delegates, the material and the training environment.

So on this one day training course we unravel the process of taking learning off the page and into the heads of the delegates, exploring ideas on how to make the training stick and how to handle difficult delegates or situations.

We use excerpts from real training courses that delegates are expected to run as practical reference material for the day. Throughout the course we unpick the way we’re working as an immediate demonstration of training techniques.

Our public course is a one day programme running in Farringdon, London with a maximum group size of eight to give you the very best learning experience.

Our Train the Trainer & Facilitator Courses can be tailored in-house to address specific issues and levels of experience within your company. We can provide one or two day courses or we are happy to work one to one.

Train the Trainer Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending our one day Train the Trainer course you will understand how to:

  • Make the best use of your individual training style
  • Structure an engaging and dynamic training programme
  • Create the impact you choose in the training room
  • Keep people engaged throughout the training
  • Open up and close down discussions
  • Use proxemics and the environment to control the dynamic

Here are some of the exercises we may include in our Train the Trainer Course:

  • Facilitative versus directive training styles
  • Your personal training style
  • Working a training room
  • Communication dynamics in training & facilitation
  • Storytelling structure
  • Key messages
  • Engaging the delegates
  • Seeing what’s going on in the room
  • Responding to the needs of the people in the room
  • Different learning styles
  • Appealing to left and right brain
  • Opening up discussions
  • Closing them down
  • Changing the dynamic
  • Using proxemics
  • Using questions
  • Handling answers
  • Leaving on a high