Whether you are preparing to be a professional trainer, or you are someone who does a bit of training as a part of their job, you’ll want to be prepared for the training that you do.

The Train-The-Trainer workshop will give all types of trainer’s tools to help them create and deliver engaging, compelling workshops that will encourage trainees to come back for more.

Train-The-Trainer Course Outline:

Module One: Getting Started

    * Icebreaker
    * Ground Rules
    * The Parking Lot
    * Workshop Objectives
    * Action plans and evaluation forms

Module Two: Understanding Training and Facilitation

    * What is Training?
    * What is Facilitation?
    * Identifying Appropriate Situations for Each

Module Three: Gathering Materials

    * Identifying Participants’ Needs
    * Reviewing the Materials
    * Identifying and Resolving Gaps

Module Four: Creating a Lesson Plan

    * Planning for the Basics
    * Adding Slack Time
    * Creating a Plan B
    * A Take-Home Template

Module Five: Choosing Activities

    * Types of Activities
    * Creating a Tickle Trunk
    * What To Do When Games Go Wrong

Module Six: Preparing for the Workshop

    * Creating a Materials List
    * Gathering Participant Information
    * Setting up the Physical Location

Module Seven: Getting off on the Right Foot

    * Greeting Participants
    * Being Prepared
    * Using Icebreakers

Module Eight: Delivery Tips and Tricks

    * Using Visual Aids
    * Creating Supporting Materials
    * Gauging When It’s Time For A Break

Module Nine: Keeping it Interactive

    * Encouraging Discussion
    * Using Group Work
    * The Power of Post-It Notes

Module Ten: Dealing with Difficult Participants

    * The Ground Rules
    * Challenges and Solutions
    * Handling Interruptions

Module Eleven: Tackling Tough Topics

    * Tough Stuff to Watch Out For
    * Adjusting Your Material for a Sensitive Issue
    * Dealing with Sensitive Issues in the Workshop

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

    * Words from the Wise
    * Review of Parking Lot
    * Lessons Learned
    * Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations