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TRAINING OF TRAINERS

TRAINING Of TRAINERS Course

INTRODUCTION

Training and staff development are issues facing all organisations. To teach others is a joy and a responsibility, both overwhelming for one who has respect for his profession. In many languages, the distinction between learning from someone else and learn someone is made by two different words (e.g. the Latin discere/doctrine, we have and in English to learn/teach). In a very special way, one who teaches him the others gained the title of Romanian trainer. To shape, to pour into a pattern, to compose, to compose, to grow, to prepare, to educate-are synonyms and facets of work of the trainee, the one who takes the responsibility to teach others.

OBJECTIVES

This course aims firstly to show learners that is the boundary between a presenter and a trainer, the trainer to place full responsibility towards the territory of those we teach/instructs, and provide techniques and tools training and development of competencies and skills. The programme for the development of the competences of the trainer aims:

• awareness and use of oral language, nonverbal and paraverbal language by the trainer in the training process;
• managing difficult situations in the training process;
• identification and selection of information relevant to the aims of education;
• providing and receiving feed-backului behaviour;
• support an effective presentations;
• evaluation of learning and the application of assessment tools.

WHAT COMPETENCIES WILL BE DEVELOPED WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE COURSE

• Presentation Skills;
• Ability to design training activities;
• Ability to motivate the participants;
• Ability of applying special methods and techniques (encouraging reflection or personal and auto-training, promotion of learning through group dynamics, teamwork with resource persons).

METHODOLOGY

This program is based on collaborative activities in small groups and in plenary sessions, and discussion in plenary with regard to the design and delivery of training programmes/development. The program also provides interactive exercises and case studies, each culminating in a session with the conclusions of the Group and individual skills development in that session. The course provides one day of follow-up in which the participants will deliver a presentation on a chosen theme. Presentations will be videotaped, and participants will be given feedback on how they designed and delivered presentation. Feedback type 360 (provided both peers and trainer) will focus on the principles and rules set out in the framework of the course relating to how the design of the presentation, the manner of presentation of slides and how they use verbal, para-verbal and non-verbal communication during the presentation.

TO WHOM IT IS ADDRESSED

This program addresses both individuals who are implicated in the delivery of training and development organizations to which they belong, as well as those who must instruct the people of subordinates through various ways. The course also addresses and all those who want to make a presentation in front of an audience no matter how low would be this (team work, project teams, committees, or committees for approval of initiatives/investments, etc.).

AGENDA
Session 1: INTRODUCTION and BREAKING the ICE

The opening of the course. Presentation of the participants and trainers. Safety training. Expectations and fears. Presentation of the objectives of the course.

Session 2: HOW DO I TEACH ADULTS

By the end of this session, participants will:
• identify six traits of a trainer;
• be able to enunța the four phases of the learning cycle;
• identify at least five factors that contribute to an enjoyable learning experience.

Session 3: design TRAINING ACTIVITIES

By the end of this session, participants will:
• enunța at least three targets SMART for a course/session;
• achieve an agenda;
• identify at least five training methods.

Session 4: PRESENTATION of IMPACT

By the end of this session, participants will:
• identify the ten most common mistakes that are made to the achievement and delivery of a presentation;
• analysis of the design of a presentation;
• be able to enunța at least five rules to achieve a presentation slide-ins;
• identify at least five rules for checking the logistics employed in delivering a presentation;
• be able to present the minimum seven rules for the use of verbal communication and para-verbal in delivering a presentation.

Session 5: NON-verbal communication in DELIVERING PRESENTATIONS

By the end of this session, participants will:
• analysis of the ten most important rules pertaining to non-verbal communication used in a presentation from five perspectives (body position, facial expressions, gestures, looks, clothing);
• interpret non-verbal communication in a few situations offered by trainer;
• identify the cultural significance of at least five gestures in different cultures.

Session 6: techniques for granting FEEDBACK or CONSTRUCTIVE COMMENTS on HOW to MAKE

By the end of this session, participants will:
• identify the three types of feedback and the advantages and drawbacks of the use of each type;
• be able to formulate a descriptive feedback type on a given behavior.

Session 7: managing DIFFICULT SITUATIONS in TRAINING PROCESS

By the end of this session, participants will:
• identify the main difficult situations which may occur during the delivery of a course/a presentation and the methods of solving them;
• identify at least five types of difficult participants and how to approach;
• discuss at least five ways of motivating participants to courses.

Session 8: ACTIVE LISTENING and ASKING QUESTIONS, or WHY WE HAVE TWO EARS but only one MOUTH?

By the end of this session, participants will:
• Discover at least one definition of active listening;
• identify at least five rules for a good active listening;
• practice active listening on the triads using a script.

Session 9: EVALUATION of TRAINING PROGRAMMES

By the end of this session, participants will:
• be able to list the four types of evaluation (Kirkpatrick);
• achieve a means of evaluating a course of your choice.

Session 10: FINALIZING PRESENTATIONS

By the end of this session, participants will:
• to apply the rules of making a presentation slide-ins to your own presentation;
final presentation of the chosen to be delivered and filmed.

Session 11: DELIVERING PRESENTATIONS

By the end of this session, participants will:
• deliver the presentation in front of colleagues and the camera;
use the ideas, concepts and rules learned in the course to deliver the presentation.

Session 12: FEEDBACK on the PRESENTATIONS

By the end of this session, participants will:
• provide descriptive feedback after each presentation;
practice giving feedback using rules and principles learned from the course.

Session 13: WAYS to IMPROVE your presentations

By the end of this session, participants will:
• analysis of the elements they liked the presentations to colleagues and the ways in which they could use these elements into your own presentations or in presentations.

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