Train the Trainer (TTT) provides an opportunity for participants to build confidence and capacity in designing and delivering dynamic, interactive and effective training sessions. The course materials aim to develop new skills, enhance existing ones and introduce interactive techniques that enables participants to expand the educational opportunities they offer to their clients and/or employees.
Train the Trainer is delivered in an online format and incorporates various methods of instruction and multiple touch points of engagement for learners with the content, the instructor, and learning peers.
- Module 1: Adult Learning and Universal Design for Learning
- Module 2: Program Design, Needs Assessment and Alternative Assessments
- Module 3: Instructional Methods, Effective Facilitation
- Module 4: Evaluation, Dealing with Difficult Situations and Community of Inquiry
What You Will Learn
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the principles of adult learning
- Employ specific techniques to build rapport with participants
- Recognize different learning styles
- Explain the five stages of the program design model: needs assessment, outcome setting, session planning, delivery and evaluation
- Appreciate the importance of asking good questions
- Apply a systematic approach to designing a training session
- Demonstrate effective delivery skills
- Identify ways to approach difficult situations
- Identify ways to leverage online tools and technologies
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- Trainers, consultants, adult educators, and contract workers who want an opportunity to build confidence and skills in designing and leading dynamic, interactive training sessions.
"Excellent course; clear, educational, helpful, and interesting. Instructors are right on point and very knowledgeable. All participants in my course, including myself, enjoyed it greatly and I have already recommended it to others!"
~ Ruth Moxley (2012)
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"This would be a good course for anyone who is becoming an instructor."
~ Fred Eddy