Essential Key Skills Trainer Course in Chester & Across The UK
Looking for key skills trainer courses in Chester, Runcorn & the surrounding areas?
Want to develop the key skills trainers need to help your team flourish? Are you aware of the key skills of a trainer? Would you like to know the fundamental skills of trainer and how to deliver effective training in your own organisation? If you are nodding your head, you are in the right place.
Our Two Day Training Skills for Trainers Course (HTA09011) Is Ideal For:
If you’re a key skills trainer in Chester, Leeds and Runcorn with a requirement to train groups of people in the workplace, for example, those working in the learning and development (L&D) field as coordinators. It’s also ideal for anyone who wants to understand the key skills of a trainer.
This Course Is Designed To Help You:
Fine tune your training delivery, and equip you with essential trainer skills that you can apply straight away.
Our training skills for trainers courses helps you to gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to design, develop and deliver highly effective, participative training sessions that will motivate people to learn effectively.
This Key Skills Trainer Course Will Give You:
The Training Skills Courses will help to identify training needs, understand how people learn, plan, design and deliver a dynamic training session, and evaluate the effectiveness of your training. The training skills programme is designed to ensure a high level of participation throughout and maximum learning relevance for individuals. You will have the opportunity to practice your skills, identify your strengths and focus on areas to develop further. You will gain valuable feedback from the trainer and develop confidence in your presentation ability from this process. You will develop the structure and content of a short practice presentation in stages throughout the event.
The essential skills for trainers programme combines both theoretical and hands-on interactive learning. We are also able to deliver our courses both in-house or at a location to suit your business needs.
We are able to deliver any of our courses at your place of work or at a venue that is convenient to you.
Course Objectives for our Key Skills Trainer Programme:
- Understanding and applying Kolb’s Learning Cycle
- Identifying Training Needs
- Recognising your own and others’ different learning styles as a trainer, and how to apply this to your training delivery
- Planning a clear and focused training session by applying effective aims and objectives and recognising the needs of your audience
- Developing effective training materials and visual aids
- Applying key skills, techniques and training styles in your training delivery
- Handing questions and dealing positively with difficult people
- Evaluating the effectiveness of your training
- identifying your key strengths and areas for improvement by means of performing “live” individual practice sessions during the event
What our Clients say about us:
“I wanted to comment on the excellent training that was provided. Colin delivered the “Train the Trainer” two day programme and in my opinion it was the most informative training I have done in a long while. I am a Learning and Development Officer currently completing my CIPD qualification and this course enriched my learning in many ways from basic preparation through to planning a training session and how to link it into learning theory. Colin’s delivery was very relaxed; he encouraged participation and his sense of humour, balanced with clear demands and expectations, made for a most enjoyable learning experience. I would recommend this course to anyone who is delivering training at any level.”
MH – Kirklees Council
“I came on your Train the Trainer course in October. There were a few of us from Kirklees Council who were about to train people on a big IT project. I just wanted to tell you that we are 3 weeks into our training, and we have found your horizontal plans absolutely brilliant. They have really helped us structure the sessions, keep on track and not use loads of notes. I think a few people were a bit sceptical at first about how they were any different to a normal piece of paper, but they have all found them really useful.
So thanks for that, it was probably one of the most useful tips we have picked up from a training course!”
CK – Team Manager – Housing, Kirklees Council