Have you ever had to endure a dull and lifeless training session with a trainer who fails to connect with the participants? This is not one of them!
Would you like to learn how to deliver your own training session and make it fun, interesting and interactive?
If your answer is ‘YES’, then join us for a fast paced, highly interactive and engaging two day workshop where you will learn how to plan and present interactive and effective training sessions.
Motivation is critical to learning. There is no guaranteed way to motivate a person to learn, however if we can show the benefits of learning a new skill or knowledge, learning stops being a chore, and becomes interesting. This is one of the keys to motivating a person to learn. This involves careful planning, understanding the needs of your learner and providing immediate feedback to improve performance and recognise tasks well done.
We will teach you techniques to use in your own training sessions that you can apply immediately to connect with your audience.
This course covers:
- The Principles of Adult Learning
- The strategic communication model
- Creating effective learning
- Managing nerves
- Learning styles
- Knowing your target group
- Visual aids
- Communication skills
- Structuring, delivering & reviewing your training
Location & Dates
- 4 & 10 September 2018
ASC Training & Development
Level 2, 5 Leigh Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000
Upon completion of this course you’ll be able to:
- Conduct individual and group instruction and demonstrate work skills using existing learning resources
- Plan, organise and deliver engaging and interactive training sessions
- Choose presentation strategies and techniques that will enhance audience understanding
Is this course right for you?
This course is ideal if you’re a new trainer or manager who would like to learn how to deliver engaging and interactive training sessions to adult learners.
What our clients say
Pete’s knowledge and understanding of the content and all things in the VET sector is outstanding and he answered every question thrown at him. As a teacher my initial thoughts were that I knew how to train and assess. However I learned a huge amount that will really assist/help me with my VET course training and assessing.Tom Keough
A good time for discussion and sharing of actual situations/examples. It was well broken down into manageable learning sessions.Annalie Morgan
I have learnt so much more than anticipated and it has helped tie in a lot of my responsibilities at work. It helped to put case studies together with back up which resulted in solutions to be implemented.Taeleen Janiak
Learning about the work health and safety legislation and how it relates directly to the my nursing occupation/workplace.Angus Lloyd