Effective Training the Trainer Program
March 14 – 15, 2013 | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Venue: Alpa City Suites
Hernan Cortes corner F. Cabahug Street, Mandaue City, Cebu
Category: Communication Program
Keeping information fresh and reinforcing new learning is a constant challenge to the Trainers and potential Trainers. How do you choose activities that are fun but meaningful? How do you assess the level of knowledge already in the room? Is there a formula for creating a successful training session? Find out during an active Training the Trainer program.
Whether you need to train inexperienced Trainers or infuse a little energy into seasoned professionals, this Train-the-Trainer program will teach participants how to determine the needs of an audience, improve classroom charisma, handle hecklers, use activities effectively, and more.
Training can be a powerful tool to enhance the performance of your team. It can be equally effective in building capacities of your clients, partner organizations and beneficiaries. However to be successful, you need to design and deliver it carefully.
- Identify the characteristics of an exceptional trainer.
- Understand and identify different behavioral styles and adapt training as necessary. Participants will demonstrate their understanding of new material through completion of case studies.
- Explain what a solid training program looks like.
- Describe a needs analysis and why it is a necessary step in any training program.
- Explain various methods for making lecture-based programs active.
- Develop strategies for handling hecklers, bullies, and other disruptive participants.
- Point out the highlights and pitfalls of various visual aid options and classroom seating arrangements.
- Present information in a clear, concise, engaging manner. Participants will demonstrate successful understanding of key concepts during a practice presentation.
At the program’s conclusion, participants will have an understanding of adult learning principles, how to write effective learning objectives, how to use activities effectively, and how to handle the toughest crowds. When combined with presentation skills training, participants will benefit from individual coaching to improve their specific challenges as trainers and presenters.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Characteristics of Exceptional Trainers
Some trainers are excellent. Some are less than stellar. Most fall in between. This foundation lesson defines the characteristics of exceptional trainers and what it takes to become one of the best. Further, it explores the pitfalls poor trainers experience and how to avoid them.
“Not Just for Kids”: Understanding Adult Learning Principles
Adult learners are unique: they are people with years of experience; they have established values, beliefs, and opinions; and they have a deep need to be self-directing. This component explains adult learning principles and styles. Using Profiles’ signature diagnostic tool, participants will identify their own training styles, the styles of the different types of adult learners, and how to adjust to each for better learning.
Picture Perfect: What a Solid Training Program Looks Like
In this unit, participants will review the elements of a successful training program including such features as needs analysis and evaluation.
Needs Analysis: From Performance Gap to Objectives
Whether a trainer is developing a program from scratch or teaching existing material, a needs analysis is critical. How do you know if your training money is being spent wisely? Is training the best solution for improving skills? Using a simple model, participants will learn how to determine what their participants think is important; what they don’t know that they need to know in order to do their jobs; if training is the best approach for acquiring those skills; and how to write solid training objectives.
The Trainers’ Tool Chest: Icebreakers, Energizers, and Activities That Teach
Active training equals effective learning when done well. When done poorly, however, activities fail to tie in to learning objectives. This segment introduces proven “training games” and how to use them for maximum impact to keep learning fresh and energetic.
Know-It-Alls, Talkers, and Bullies: Managing Hecklers
It is sometimes said that “there is one in every group.” A difficult person makes the Trainer’s job a challenge at best. Learning how to manage those participants who don’t want to be in training is an essential skill of top Trainers. This module explores handling difficult people and how to turn them into active participants in the learning process.
Flipcharts, Power Point, and Slides: Effective Visual Aids
Choosing and using visual aids is an integral part of the training process. This section reviews available options and the benefits and drawbacks of each.
Trainers’ Couch: Answers to the Toughest Questions
What do you do when you don’t know the answer? How do you keep training fresh and interesting? What if your participants just aren’t responding? This challenging discussion gives participants an opportunity to solve the problems encountered by both experienced and new Trainers alike.
Those who are involved and responsible for any training and staff development functions or responsibilities within an organization (e.g. managers, supervisors, staff, etc) may attend. There are no prerequisites for this course.
“I liked Ms. Flor Glinoga’s training style”
– Oscar P. Yu, Jr, TAGLINE COMMUNICATION, INC.
“Ms. Flor is the Master of the topic.”
– Marissa A. Macasarte, MOTORMATE GROUP OF COMPANIES
“Ms. Flor is very good in presenting the topics. See you next time.”
– Emma Asi, MEDILINK NETWORK, INC.
“Ms. Flor knows the subject well and interacts with the participants. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.”
– Luchie Liscano, DIWA LEARNING SYSTEMS, INC.
“Ms. Flor Glinoga is such a good speaker.”
– Vicky Pamplona, DELSA CHEMICALS & MULTI-PRODUCTS, INC.
“I liked how Ms. Flor presented the topic in a very simple manner which is easy to understand. ”
– Khrist Caballero, TRAINSTATION
“It was a great experience to attend a seminar with an excellent trainer (Ms. Flor) and she was very knowledgeable.”
– Rose S. Sumandal, PRINTING IMAGE CTC. INC.
“I liked the practicality of the topic. Ms. Flor was very effective because she knows her topics. She was very lively.”
– Ynna Mirzi Salazar, JOBS DB PHILIPPINES, INC.
“I liked best the discussion and the speaker (Ms. Flor), I’ve learned a lot from this seminar. It helps a lot and imparted information on us a lot.
– Maridel Rachel Comaya, REFINETTE COSMETIC INDUSTRY
“I liked the workshop well conducted by Ms. Flor. There was a very lively discussion.”
– Joy Santiago, UNIVERSAL ROBINA CORPORATION- BRANDED CONSUMER FOODS GROUP
“Ms. Flor is very knowledgeable on the topic.”
– Mi-lyn Urian, ALBA ROMEO & CO.
“I liked the part where the participants shared their expertise. To Ms. Flor, thank you for sharing your expertise.”
– Maan Talasan, LCG GROUP OF COMPANIES
“It never had a dull moment with Ms. Flor. Great and keep it up!”
– Myk Laguesma, JOBS DB PHILIPPINES, INC
“I like the entire subject discussed. The facilitator – Ms. Flor Glinoga was excellent and I intend to attend another training/seminar from the same resource speaker.”
-Emelina B. Alhambra, ASIAN CENTRE FOR INSULATION PHILIPPINES INCORPORATED
“The relevance of the speaker’s experience is very significant to us being new in the industry. All of Ms. Flor’s examples are practical and not theoretical. Continue these kinds of events it is very helpful to us since
as professionals, we still need to learn.”
– Vonn Ryan B. Ramiro, TELUS INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINES INCORPORATED
“The facilitator (Ms. Flor) was good. She delivered it very well. As a first timer to attend the SEMINAR it was a great experience. I have learned a lot.”
– Lovely Biaco
“Continue this kind of training program to educate more people and be competitive. Ms. Flor is a great speaker, motivator and well experienced person. All the participants in training are all covered and very good presentation skills.”
– Len Kristian T. Fermin, IBIDEN PHILIPPINES INCORPORATED
Includes AM / PM Snacks, Lunch, Training Materials and a Certificate of Attendance
|Early Bird Rate:||P8,000 (Deadline is on or before March 01, 2013 – Friday)|
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