Train the Trainer

Train the Trainer Delivery Skills

Introduction

The Train the Trainer is a carefully constructed course which intends to prepare de effective trainers in a short space of time. It is packed with a lot of content which might normally be thought over a longer period of time.

The reason that the course works so efficiently is that the same principles thought in the course are also used in the delivery of the course. This allows the delegates to clearly see how the methods work in practice as they constantly see examples of methods employed during the course. This technique significantly increases the number of repetitions which in turn boosts the pace of learning.

Scoring Delegates’ Training Sessions

Sequence Criteria

  • Course Title
  • Agenda
  • Introduce Yourself
  • Purpose
  • Objective
  • Process
  • Experience
  • Application
  • Theory
  • Step-by-step Guidelines
  • Exercises & Activities
  • Recap
  • Demonstrate
  • Revisit Objectives
  • Application Confirmation

The complete Sequence Criteria discussed in the course is abbreviated for delivery of a single session suitable for short presentations given by delegates in the course. Naturally, a full course still needs to follow the full Sequence Criteria which includes course introduction, a number of sessions and reinforce learning at the end. This form is used for the first presentation provided by the delegates as well as the practice and final assessed presentations throughout the course.

When assessing the first training delivery of delegates, only consider the presence of specific content in the sequence such as objectives, purpose and so on rather than their specific order presented as shown in the form. It is much more important for delegates to cover all criteria than to deliver it in the right order.

However, when they are assessed in practice sessions or at the end of the course, expect them to present their training session in the right order. The order will help them remember all content and encourages them to be consistent.

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