Certified Professional Trainer (CPT), Instructor Set

What are some of the qualities and skills of good trainers? Making everyone feel comfortable and valued, encouraging participation, listening and observing, and preparing content. Trainers also must know how to evaluate training, ensure that the training addresses learners’ needs, and manage training logistics.

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What are some of the qualities and skills of good trainers? Making everyone feel comfortable and valued, encouraging participation, listening and observing, and preparing content.Trainers also must know how to evaluate training, ensure that the training addresses learners’ needs, and manage training logistics, all of which contribute to the overall learning experience and successful transference of skills and knowledge to the job. This program will give participants the skills to facilitate a training session effectively. They will develop an understanding of how adults learn and how different styles of learning appeal to different predispositions or preferences for learning.  Participants who successful pass the course will receive an IWE trainer accreditation.

 

Objectives

Successful completion of this course will increase your knowledge and ability to:

  • Identify the roles of the trainer and the tasks associated with each role.
  • Apply adult learning concepts and principles to all aspects of training.
  • Conduct needs assessment to identify the business need and the target population characteristics.
  • Prepare content for a training session.
  • Identify the steps involved in managing training logistics.
  • Identify fundamental communication skills to use during the delivery of the training.
  • Identify the steps involved in the introduction of a training session.
  • Present materials in an effective manner.
  • Facilitate discussion and activities in an effective manner.
  • Identify the steps you can take to manage the learning environment.
  • Provide feedback to encourage and correct behavior.
  • Identify the steps involved in closing a training session.
  • Evaluate the trainees’ learning.
  • Evaluate your performance and incorporate any changes before the next training session.
  • Assess the effectives of training materials created by vendors.



Course Outline

 

Part 1: The Roles of the Trainer

The Impact of the Trainer

The Trainer

Paradigm Shift

The Roles of the Trainer

Conduct a Presentation

 

Part 2: Adult Learning Theory and Principles

Adult Learning Theory and Principles

Adult Learning Needs

Adult Learning Concepts

Learning Styles

Thinking Styles

Culture

 

Part 3: Developing a Training Plan

Training Preparation

Informal Needs Assessment Goals

Understand Performance Needs

Understand the Learners

Create a Training Plan

Working with your Client

Performance Objectives

ABC’s of Writing Objectives

 

Part 4: Prepare Content

Content Preparation Checklist

Learn the Materials

Sequence the Content

Address Gaps in the Materials

Identify Transitions

Incorporate Examples and Analogies

Select Learning Methods and Strategies

Common Interactive Leaning Methods and Strategies

Prepare Questions

Kinds of Questions to Create

PowerPoint Presentations

Create the Agenda

Sample Agenda

Crete the Handouts

Editing

Practice and Time your Presentation

 

Part 5: Coordinate Logistics

Coordinate Logistics

Pre-training Tasks

Tasks Right before Training

Tasks during Training

Tasks after Training

Tasks Back at the Office

Equipment and Supplies Checklist

Training Room Design/Seating Arrangements

 

Part 6: Fundamental Communication Skills

Elements of Communication 

Active Listening

Check Understanding

Provide Feedback

Your Voice

Projection

Your Words

Positive Language

Non-Verbal Communication

Eye Contact

Presence

Facial Expression

Gestures

Body Movements

Self-Regulations

Nervousness

 

Part 7: Present Training Content

Present Training Materials

Introduction Checklist

Welcome the Trainees

Create an Opening Statement

Communication Overall Goals

Address Logistics

Participant Introductions

Review the Agenda and Expectations

Prisoners, Tourists, and Adventurers

Group Agreements

Create an Atmosphere Conducive to Participation

Present the Training Materials

Attention Span

Four Elements of an Effective Presentation

Introducing a Topic

Transition

Elaboration

Conclusion

Field Questions

Visual Aid and Props

Get Back on Track

 

Part 8: Facilitate Group Discussion and Activities

Facilitate Group Discussing and Activities

The Facilitation Process

Steps to Facilitate Group Discussion and Activities

Debriefing

Subdivide the Class into Small Groups or Pairs

Manage the Learning Environment

Adapt to your Audience

Manage Difficult Behaviors

Manage Resistance

Keep Participants Engaged

Closing the Training Session

 

Part 9: Evaluation

Evaluate your Performance and the Participant’s Learning

Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation

Guidelines for Developing Evaluation Tools

Guidelines for Evaluating Learning

Evaluate your Performance

 

Part 10: Conduct a 5-Minute Presentation

Practice conducting a presentation

 

This instructor set includes: Instructor guide, activities, handouts and full-color PowerPoint presentation.

 

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  • Format: Laser Printed
  • Paperback: Spiral-Bound
  • Set Includes: Instructor guide, activities, handouts and full-color PowerPoint presentation

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