This “Developing and Delivering Great Training” programme is designed to rapidly develop your competencies as a training professional (whether managing, specifying or sourcing training solutions), as well as your skills and style as a trainer. The comprehensive agenda focuses on all the areas that are critical in the delivery of high quality training – from initial idea and programme specification, through to the delivery of a fully engaging and worthwhile training experience, and finally an effective post-course follow-up.
The programme is aimed at training professionals who want to develop and broaden their competencies in the field of work-based training in order to support their own organisation to best effect. It is also suitable for those who have had little formal training, or for those training professionals that are relatively new to the discipline.
The hands-on practical nature of the programme has been developed to allow participants to practice, assess and analyse best practice and their own ideas and understanding as the agenda moves through the different competency areas. Together, we ensure each participant has the required knowledge, skills and confidence in each critical area – allowing them to immediately apply their new competencies to live training requirements in the work-place.
Each participant is fully assessed on the final afternoon to ensure the required standard is met.
Making an Impact
A Basic Training Programme
Practical / Homework:
From Idea to Specification – prepare a course plan
Working with Learning Objectives
Training Delivery Methods
Prepare a simple presentation
Day 3 – Delivering Engaging Presentations
Delivering for real – videoed sessions, with feedback (to be given late on day 3, early on day 4)
Presentation Visuals and Delivery Styles
Developing Outstanding Courseware
Developing Sample Courseware
Measuring Competency Development, Testing and Certification
Effectively Managing the Training from Start to Finish!
The Final Presentations:
Putting the skills into practice – an assessed presentation