How do you pass on your knowledge in a way that is both enjoyable and stimulating?What training methods will get participants interested and learning effectively?The secret is to give participants an active role to play in their own skills development, whatever their learning style.
Demonstrating proficiency in the use of public speaking and questioning techniques in training sessionsCreating positive group dynamics right from the start, encouraging the group’s desire to learn
Using any presentation technique
Adapting to participants’ different learning styles
Using training documents and materials1. Starting the training properlyStarting the trainingThe trainees’ five questionsParticipants’ presentation techniques2. Placing participants in a learning situationHow do adults learnThe four keys to real learning: the CEGOS Way of Learning3. Varying your leadership and facilitation techniquesFourteen presentation techniquesChoosing flexible techniquesUsing teaching assistants4. Leading a training sequenceBeginning and ending a sessionCommunicating effectively with the groupTime management for trainers5. Leading a blended-learning sessionFundamental conceptsConsequences for the trainer6. Managing difficult training situationsPositioning yourself appropriately with the groupUsing the 4S rule to build positive relationshipsIntroducing new sessions when there is resistance to the contentResponding appropriately to participants’ individual behavioursAnticipating to prevent difficult situations
Occasional trainers and managers and experts wanting to familiarise themselves with an existing training kit.