Train The Trainer
The course is designed for training personnel who deliver classroom-based lessons and presentations. It provides the participants with the knowledge and skills required to create and deliver effective training.
After completing the course, the participants:
- Can successfully plan, perform, and execute lessons and presentations
- Have skills and know methods needed for effective communication
This course will introduce the learner to the skills needed to become a productive, informative workplace trainer. Additionally, it will outline adult learning guidelines, developing effective communication skills, and defining the various ways in which different learners process, integrate, and apply information.
Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will have a strong understanding of the following:
- Planning and teaching methods.
- Feedback and evaluation.
- Feedback and evaluation.
Content in Brief
The course covers topics such as, but not limited to:
- Human Factors – TRM: adult learning theories, the importance of group dynamics and the importance of communication skills.
- Classroom techniques: training structure, the purpose of syllabus, training event plan, defining learning objectives.
- Presentation technique training: the presentation concept, and tools and structures for preparing and creating presentations.
- Practical training: creating and delivering a lesson.
This course is broadly divided onto 5 units that comprehensively deal with the best practices involved in training delivery approach.
- Unit 1 – Understanding training profession
- Unit 2 – Introduction to teaching strategy & methodology
- Unit 3 – Memory based learning approach
- Unit 4 – Fundamentals for effective training delivery
- Unit 5 – Managing feedback and assessments
Course Goals and Learning Outcomes
After completing the Train the Trainer training course, you will be able to:
- Promote learner participation and involvement by using effective questioning techniques in a training session
- Evaluate personal training strengths and areas to work on
- Define the factors that promote learning
- Understand the difference between training and presenting information
- Use recognised success measures to assess effective learning
- Define effective feedback
How is the course qualification assessed?
Assessment is the process of measuring a candidate’s skill, knowledge and understanding against the standards set in a qualification.
As part of the assessment, the learner is required to prepare a short training presentation and deliver the same via a short video that needs to be uploaded on the LMS platform. The assessor on the course would carefully review the video and provide a collective feedback on whether it meets the criteria for a pass.
Attempts for assessments:
One free attempt is permitted if not achieved during the first time. If the learner fails a second time, the learner would be directed to the start of the units again.
If the candidate fails on the 3rd attempt, the course gets locked and they have to register for the course resit where a separate resit fee applies. A maximum of 2 resits within a period of 2 years from date of first registration would be permitted.
Subsequent to the resit, if the candidate is still unsuccessful, he/she needs to apply as a fresh registration altogether to commence the course from the very beginning.