Pure2Improve - Slide Trainer

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Pure2Improve - Slide Trainer

Pure2Improve - Slide Trainer

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If you prefer a different method to set goals, then go ahead with that one. The essence of this session is the importance of just setting goals, even if they’re based on a different model. Learning Styles This often means factoring in the needs and other commitments of the group and choosing the right type of train the trainer course. There are a lot of small details to pay attention to when running a session, ranging from logistics issues (making sure that all materials needed are taken care of, the room is set up, and other common issues) to body language during the session. These are the final suggestions for trainees before they start their first Practice Training Delivery! I suggest that when you create a presentation, ask yourself those four questions. Those are questions listeners have in their head when they listen to you.

Facilitation skills are essential for any session, but especially for in-classroom trainings filled with human interaction. The focus of this session is to practice the ‘soft skills’ aspect of facilitation, that is, the various small tools and methods that a trainer may use to interact with the group, facilitate a group conversation or lead a debriefing session. Ideally, your presentation gives solutions to an issue the business has identified. In this case, you need to explore a little: What has changed or happened in the company that employees require training? How’s the day-to-day of the areas involved? What’s the ideal scenario the company expects? Trainees should also understand that it is their responsibility to communicate their own needs for the needs assessment and to establish good communication with the sponsor / requestor of the training. Long intense: (1-2 week event ~ 40-80 learning hours): Beyond the basic skills, it allows for some of the more complex interpersonal topics that a trainer needs to master, such as group dynamics, group facilitation and interaction. Trainees are usually expected to design and deliver sessions on a wide range of non-technical topics (e.g. “soft skills” training sessions). This format is particularly useful if your group of trainees will work together in the future, as the length and intensity of the event will accelerate their team development.

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The essence of applying a particular learning styles theory should be that you provide multiple ways for your training participants to familiarise themselves with the topics you are teaching and to demonstrate their understanding of those concepts. Plus, many training slides are stand-alone materials with the task of conveying information without a live instructor. That’s when you can rely on a good design to deliver a coherent interpretation of your lessons. Upgrade your training presentations today! Needs assessment is an analysis conducted to determine what kind of needs exist in a group/organisation and if the training is the best possible way to solve these needs. Simply put, train the trainer is a learning method where a group is trained on a subject while also being taught the skills and capabilities they need to pass that training on to others.

Include scenarios from real situations - extra points if these examples come from their actual work. Here’s the thing: People are more perceptive to things that make an impact on their lives. So, if you connect your session to what they go through in their daily tasks, you’re adding emotion and making your training 10x more relatable.

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In my slides, I added there also a hand drawn chart where you can position the major listeners’ types. Then you can place and move around the central circle to show various audience cases on a knowledge and involvement scale.

Every training session needs clear Learning Objectives, and in this session trainees will practice how to formulate sound Learning Objectives. Fulfilling the Learning Objectives will be the most important guideline for the rest of the preparation process. Considering that training presentations talk to one of the company’s most important stakeholders (the employees), it should be a no-brainer to keep them on-brand. Many presenters realise that their slides shouldn’t contain walls of text. But, unable to successfully visualise the information that they want to help convey, they replace the text with pictures that are only tangentially (or metaphorically) related to their training presentation content. The problem? These visuals don’t really help learners to understand or remember the training material.

Every presenter should ask first “Who are my listeners”? Do they prefer a formal or informal way of communication? Are they feelers or thinkers (see MBTI types of personality)? Will the audience be active or rather passive during the talk? Present the skill development opportunities your trainees can have in the future (including further training opportunities, advanced train the trainer courses). How often have you seen participants more worried about taking notes from your slides than actually following your speech? This is a common situation in learning scenarios, and it’s not because your participants don’t care about what you’re saying. Quite the contrary, they want to take it all in. Long, scattered over weeks: (10-20 days, usually one day per week ~ 80-160 learning hours): If you don’t have an opportunity for a live intense train the trainer event, then a course format with recurring weekly training days can be a great option to cover all your needs for your first train the trainer course. Having a week of time between each (set of) course days gives an opportunity for extra assignments and ‘homework’ activities so trainees can practice and prepare for each session. This is particularly useful if you have a diverse group of trainees who won’t need to work as a team later on but want to learn much of the advanced content of a train the trainer course.

If you want to add a list of things to remember before making a presentation, I suggest you try to illustrate each point by some image, as I did above. This creates a better mnemonic association for each point and people will remember the hints longer. Even better, replace the bullet points by a vivid diagram along keeping the icons. #7: Presenting Summary of the Training Are you delivering a public speaking or presentation skills training? Find some inspiration for your slides here. Text slides do have a place in training presentations. To show quotes, for agendas and timetables, or for material such as definitions where the exact wording matters, and you need the audience to just read quietly for a bit. Short intense (2-3 day event ~ 20 learning hours): This covers the essentials and is typically used to empower subject-matter-experts with basic facilitation and training design skills. The goal is to empower trainees to deliver effective training sessions in their own fields of expertise.The best train the trainer courses and programs may contain bespoke materials tailored to the industry, organization, and group the trainer is working with, though there are some key elements that should be present in every train the trainer course and which you should consider when designing or building your course. 1. Identify the purpose of the training Start with a template or follow the train the trainer examples and outline above to get a sense of what needs to be included. You will want to ensure to include a mix of training and activities that not only teach your group the skills they need to be effective trainers but keep them engaged. You have to make sure thatyour speech is relevant to the audience you’re speaking to. #3: Analyze the Speaker Types Growing one’s personal toolbox is a continuous personal development activity for a trainer, and this session should pique their interest beyond the starter kit.



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