Train the Trainer – 14 Courses

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Advanced Skills for the Practical Trainer

To begin, you will explore the trainers role and what skills and competencies trainers should have. Then you will learn about the learning process and different learning styles, and apply that knowledge to designing programs and motivating learners. You will also learn ways to manage the stress of training, plan a workshop, and lead a training session. Then, you will learn techniques for dealing with difficult participants, evaluating learning, and conducting on-the-job follow-up. Alternative training methods, such as eLearning, co-facilitation, and team teaching will also be covered.

Using Activities to Make Training Fun

In this course, you will explore different types of games, including icebreakers, energizers, simulations, and case studies. You will also learn how to get buy-in, deal with reluctant participants, troubleshoot games, and create your own games. To top things off, we will give you four activities that you can customize and re-use in your own training sessions.

Survival Skills for the New Trainer

In this course, you will learn the basic skills that every trainer must have. This includes dressing appropriately, being assertive, being genuine, communicating well, connecting with people, handling difficult participants, and a desire to learn. At the end of the course, youll review a list of dos and donts and consider your next steps.

Developing Your Training Program

You will start this course by considering what training is, when it is necessary, and what other options are out there. Then, you will learn the ICE method for identifying needs, a seven-step model for instructional design, and tips for building an engaging program. Next, you will walk through the steps of program design, including setting learning objectives, identifying evaluation strategies, choosing learning methodologies, finding content, creating energizers, using assessment tools, developing supporting materials, and testing the program. You will also receive tips on creating a proposal for a training program and building rapport with company sponsors.

Call Center Training: Sales and Customer Service Training for Call Center Agents

In this course, you will learn how to present yourself appropriately on the telephone. You will also learn tips for saying no, giving bad news, selling on the phone, overcoming objections, dealing with difficult customers, taking messages, and managing voice mail. We will also share a basic telephone script that you can customize.

Coaching and Mentoring

In this course, you will learn how coaching and mentoring differ from each other. You will also learn the key aspects of each skill as well as supporting skills (such as goal setting, communication, feedback techniques, and adult learning principles).

Human Resources Training: HR for the Non-HR Manager

This course will introduce you to basic human resource functions, including hiring, orientation, training, performance management, diversity, privacy, and disciplinary issues.

Motivation Training: Motivating Your Workforce

To start this course, you will learn about some basic motivation theories. You will also learn about setting goals, identifying values, and ways to create a motivational climate.

Diversity Training: Celebrating Diversity in the Workplace

In this course, you will learn what diversity means and what some of its related terms are. Youll also consider how your world has changed and how stereotypes impact people. Then, youll learn how to use the four cornerstones of diversity and the STOP technique to encourage a diverse workplace. You will also learn how to manage for diversity and deal with discrimination issues.

The Practical Trainer

In this course, you will learn what makes a successful trainer and a successful training program. You will also learn about adult learning principles, the learning process, Kolbs experiential learning cycle, and learning styles. Youll even complete an assessment to help you identify your training preferences. Then, you will learn how to apply the learning cycle to assess needs, develop a program outline, choose training methods, design learning sequences, add some fun and games, and launch the program. You will also learn tips for delivering your program and managing difficult participants.

Making Training Stick

In this course, youll learn ways to help make your training workshops stickier so that the learners will retain the material better. You will familiarize yourself with strategies that can help learning to stick with the audience in an effective and meaningful way. You will learn how to keep learners focused and motivated to absorb material. Also, you will learn ways to develop an effective training style, using appropriate training aids and techniques.

Training with Visual Storytelling

In this course, you will learn how to use storytelling to engage the hearts and minds of your audience. Well cover the essential elements of a successful story as well as a variety of storyboarding and graphic design tools. After you complete this course, youll be ready to create engaging, compelling training sessions that inspire your students.

Developing a Training Needs Analysis

This course covers all the essential elements of a training needs analysis. The first step is using the ICE method to isolate problems, consult with stakeholders, and evaluate your options. Then, you can bring all of the information together into a training needs analysis that will convince readers to take action.

Measuring Training Results

In this course, you will learn how to measure training results using Donald Kirkpatricks four-level evaluation model. You will also learn about essential tools and techniques, including cost-benefit analysis and return on investment.
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