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Train-The-Trainer 

This course is generic (non aviation-specific). All industries are invited to attend!

 

     If you are interested in becoming a trainer (or would like to improve your training skills) we have just the course for you! Our intensive 3-day Train-The-Trainer course is chock full of information that you can use the moment you complete the course. We provide you with not only the theoretical background of adult learning but...more importantly...we delve deeply into the practical processes of developing and facilitating outstanding training events. Our Train-The-Trainer course is generic in nature and thus trainers (and trainer candidates) from all industries will find this course extremely useful, applicable, and relevant!

 

By attending, and successfully completing our Train-The-Trainer course, the student will be able to:

 

      Understand adult learning theories and principles

      Identify the characteristics of an exceptional facilitator or trainer

      Understand the difference between adults and children in the learning process  

      Comprehend the difference between poor and outstanding training events

      Develop exceptional training courses and presentations

      Understand behavioral differences and apply that understanding to "problem" students

      Describe the purpose of a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and how to conduct a TNA

      Identify the benefits and limitations of various media, visual aids, and classroom setup

      Identify assessment methods related to learning outcomes 

      Conduct data analyses (measures) as they apply to training objectives and goals

      Demonstrate comprehension of all course material by making a presentation at the end of the course

Train-The-Trainer Course (generic)

3 days

 

Course is offered on request at customer locations worldwide

and at our beautiful locations in Myrtle Beach, SC and Fort Lauderdale, FL!

 

COURSE NAME: Train-The-Trainer (generic)

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Employees who will be responsible for developing and teaching courses within their own companies. This is not an aviation-specific course!

 

COURSE DURATION: 24.0 hrs. (3 days)

 

TIME: 8:00am-5:00pm daily (includes a one hour break for lunch)

 

WHAT TO BRING: Laptop computer with Adobe Acrobat, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

 

WHAT TO WEAR: Business casual

 

INCLUDED IN COURSE:

 Coursebook

 Handouts

 Certificate of Training

 

COURSE AGENDA AND TOPICS:
 Course/Student Introduction

 First Student Presentation/Peer Evaluation/Feedback (taped)

 Theories of Learning   
 Biological Bases of Learning 

 Facilitation Techniques 

 Presentation Methods 

 Training Needs Analysis (TNA) 

 Recurrent Training Methods

 Assessing Learning Outcomes

 Methods for Data Analysis    
 Second Student Presentation/Peer Evaluation/Feedback (taped)  
 Q & A

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 

Courses are conducted on request at customer locations worldwide or at TACG locations in Myrtle Beach, SC, USA and Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

Click here for scheduling options and a quote.

 

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