You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.
This session will explore some things that need to be considered before committing to developing a training program. We will also look at some situations where training is not appropriate and some alternatives to training.
Next, participants will learn how to make a good, lasting first impression and how to maintain that impression.
During this session, participants will explore what being genuine means in a large group discussion.
Participants will explore the differences between passive, aggressive, and assertive behavior, and why assertive behavior is important for a trainer.
Of course, it's hard to know what you want to teach without knowing how you'll know you've taught it! This session will look at evaluation methods and how they tie into learning objectives.
Participants will identify their listening strengths and weaknesses through a quick quiz and a personal inventory. We will also discuss some ways that participants can improve their listening skills.
During this session, we will look at ways to build rapport and how to use facilitative training. Participants will then evaluate themselves to see what skills they need to build in these areas. To conclude the session, we will look at some potential problem situations and ways to defuse them before they start.
We will use the PAFEO acronym to identify the elements of a good presentation.
We will ask participants to complete a checklist of what attributes they feel makes a good trainer. This will also help participants identify areas for further training.
To wrap up the learning points, participants will discuss a checklist of do's and don'ts.
At the end of the day, students will have an opportunity to ask questions, complete an action plan, and talk with the trainer.
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