Train-The-Trainer Training

This is a generic Train-The-Trainer course
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Train the trainers





Experiential learning is the core of adult learning





The method and practice of teaching adult learners





Dr. Bob Baron making a presentation at NASA.
Dr. Baron is your course instructor



Train-The-Trainer Generic Course
Open to all industries!

TACG's Train-The-Trainer course is open to all industries, companies, and individuals. This is NOT an aviation-specific course!

If you are interested in becoming a trainer (or would like to improve your training skills), we have the perfect 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. Trainers (and trainer candidates) will find this course extremely practical and relevant!




Who Should Attend?

Employees who will be responsible for developing and teaching courses within their own companies. Whether you are just starting out, or are a seasoned trainer, all levels of experience will find this course to be highly useful and immediately transferable to your own specific needs. Anyone who is a learning professional will benefit from this course, including:

  • Trainers

  • Facilitators

  • Instructional Designers

  • Course Developers

  • Curriculum Developers

  • Online Instructors

  • Face-To-Face Instructors

  • Organizational Development Practitioners

  • Those Responsible for Training Others

What Will I Learn?

Our Train-The-Trainer course will prepare the trainer candidate to present with skills and confidence to any size audience; from a small presentation for just a few people at the office, to teaching in a large venue with hundreds in attendance! Regardless of training experience--from beginner to expert--all candidates will immediately develop/improve their training skills, which in turn will improve their training confidence in the real world.

Our course is based on a building-block approach. In this progressive course, the trainer candidate will start off by making a peer-reviewed presentation (the first of two) as well as conclude the course with a second peer-reviewed presentation (you will be astounded at the before and after presentation improvements!).

In between the candidate's two presentations, the candidate will build a foundation of adult learning (major theories) and then progress into the biological bases of learning (brainstuff). From there, it's on to course development, facilitation techniques, presentation methods, and of course the do's and don'ts of PowerPoint! The candidate will then learn how to properly assess learning outcomes as well as develop outstanding recurrent/refresher training events.



Where is the Course Conducted?

 Onsite at customer locations worldwide!

TACG location in Myrtle Beach, SC, USA

Train-The-Trainer Course Topics

  • Course/Student Introduction

  • First Student Presentation/Peer Evaluation/Feedback (taped)

  • Theories of Learning

  • Biological Bases of Learning

  • Course Development

  • Facilitation Techniques

  • Presentation Methods

  • PowerPoint

  • Assessing Learning Outcomes

  • Recurrent Training Methods

  • Second Student Presentation/Peer Evaluation/Feedback (taped)



Train-The-Trainer Course Learning Objectives

  • 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
  • Identify the benefits and limitations of various media, visual aids, and classroom setup
  • PowerPoint do's and don'ts
  • Identify assessment methods related to learning outcomes
  • Demonstrate mastery of all course material by making a presentation at the end of the course



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