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Train the Trainer Fast Track

Train the trainer course with CPD accredited certificate & free e-learning: learn essential skills for training delivery


Activia Training

Summary

Price
£286.80 inc VAT
Study method
Classroom
Duration
1 Day, Part-time
Qualification
6 CPD points / hours

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Location & dates

Location
Start date
End date
07/01/2020
07/01/2020

End date: 07/01/2020

Address
The McLaren Building
46 The Priory, Queensway
Birmingham
B47LR
20/02/2020
20/02/2020

End date: 20/02/2020

Address
The McLaren Building
46 The Priory, Queensway
Birmingham
B47LR
31/03/2020
31/03/2020

End date: 31/03/2020

Address
The McLaren Building
46 The Priory, Queensway
Birmingham
B47LR
03/02/2020
03/02/2020

End date: 03/02/2020

Address
Easton Business Centre
Felix Road
Bristol
Avon
BS50HE

Overview

Our Train the Trainer Fast Track course will push your Train the Trainer skills to a new level.


This intensive, hands-on one-day course teaches delegates essential training skills and promotes an understanding of how to teach delegates in the most effective way.

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Description

This course contains the following modules:

Introduction and Course Overview

Case Study: Terry's Terrible Day

Communication Skills for Training
- Good Communicators
- Your Role as an Effective Communicator

Questioning Skills for Trainers
- Open Questions vs Closed Questions
- Probing: Digging Deeper
- Questioning as a Training Technique

Listening Skills for Trainers
- Your Listening Skills
- Active Listening Skills in Training Sessions

Presentation Skills in Training
- Presentation Tips
- Telling vs Showing
- Overcoming Nerves

Developing Participation in Training
- Removing Barriers to Participation
- Enhancing Participation

Managing Questions and Answers
- Objectives of the Question and Answer Period
- Guidelines for Handling Questions

Games: Adding Fun and Humour
- Humour: Be CREATIF!
- The Use of Games
- Types of Games
- Getting Buy-In
- Troubleshooting: When Games Go Wrong
- Quick and Easy Games

Dealing with Difficult Trainees
- Characteristics of Difficult Delegates

Your Personal Action Plan

Who is this course for?

The course is suitable for anyone new to a training position, who has been asked to take on training responsibilities within their existing role, or even experienced trainers wishing to refresh skills.

No prior experience is necessary.

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Darren Davis asked:

Hi, I'm looking to train out an introduction to lean into our business, would this course be suitable? I have a LSS green belt qualification

Answer:

Hi Darren This course will teach you how to be a trainer, but will not cover the actual content of lean operations.

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Rich Fletcher asked:

Hi. I've been recommended this course to help develop my confidence speaking to groups. It's definitely a weak area for me, is this course suitable ?

Answer:

Hi Rich. This course will certainly help develop your confidence in speaking to groups, but it is specifically aimed at training in front of people. Perhaps a general presentations course is more suitable? That will definitely help you speak in groups, and is not aimed purely at delivering training, but at any kind of public speaking or presentation. If you click on the link for Activia as a supplier, you can see all of our courses, and perhaps our Presentation Skills Fast Track will be better.

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Jun asked:

Hi, I am a doctor with the NHS. IS this course suitable for me?

Answer:

Good morning. Many people from within the NHS have done this course, and found it suitable, yes. That includes both doctors and other staff. On many occasions, different PCTs have brought us in to train groups at a time, finding that all their doctors would benefit from it. I am not sure of your exact role, and where training others would play a part, but it has shown to help with doctors actually giving formal lectures/training, but also when giving training by leading students on ward rounds.

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Samantha asked:

Is this an accredited one day course, providing me with a certificate as a trainer?

Answer:

Hi Samantha. In terms of accreditations, the Train the Trainer field can be quite tricky. Different fields have different rules. This course is accredited by the CPD, so you get a certificate that is also then accredited by them, and counts towards CPD points. However, it is not geared towards any one specific type of Train the Trainer, such as the health field , so it is not always enough to cover insurance etc. If you are a health trainer, I would suggest that this is not the course for you.

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