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Train the Trainer Boot Camp: Overview

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Train the Trainer Boot Camp

2 day classroom $1,495

3 day classroom $1,795

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Increase content retention up to 90 percent more (than lecture-only formats), reduce design and training time by 25 percent and increase transfer of skills learned back to the job by 75%. Get the interaction dynamics of a small group, even in sessions with several hundred attendees, with Bob Pike’s Creative Training TechniquesTM. Use these techniques to get better results from your training and more enthusiasm from your participants.

 

What Do These Numbers Mean to You?

After three decades of honing our participant-centered method, we’ve streamlined a training approach that you or any other trainer can easily apply to your courses. By following our methods, your participants will remember more and understand how to use your training on the job.

 

Why Our Method Works

Our participant-centered approach is successful because it focuses on the needs of learners. We understand that learners’ attention spans are short, which is why we routinely capture their interests. Even television directors understand this challenge, and they change camera angles every six seconds to keep viewers hooked. With our interactive facilitation, we engage participants, involving them in the learning experience. Through this process, participants take ownership of their learning and quickly discover on-the-job applications for their training. Now that you know why our method works, come and experience how it works.

 

  • Apprentice trainers looking to develop and enhance participant-centered training skills
  • Experienced trainers who want to improve the results of their training
  • Subject Matter Experts who deliver training programs
  • Private and public sector providers of seminars, conferences and workshops
  • Continuing professional education providers and trainers

 

This trainer training workshop:

  • Illuminates the importance of effective opening and closing activities for increased effectiveness
  • Shares techniques to create and manage an effective training environment
  • Models Instructor-Led, Participant-Centered training
  • Presents proven strategies to transform current training programs to include participant-centered techniques

As a participant in this trainer training workshop, you will:

  • Recognize how to use C.O.R.E (Closers, Openers, Revisiters and Energizers) for participant-centered success
  • Explain effective uses of C.O.R.E.
  • Select specific C.O.R.E. to use first
  • Experience how learner-centered engagement is superior to lecture-based instruction
  • Recognize how to use media in a learner centered fashion
  • Articulate how the different IL/PC models work
  • Examine the eight steps to the design process
  • Identify methods to prevent difficult behavior
  • Identify ways to add variety to your training
  • Explore teaching across multiple generations

You will leave this training for trainers workshop with:

  • The Creative Training Techniques Handbook, Third Edition, by Bob Pike
  • The Train the Trainer Boot Camp Workbook
  • Certificate of Boot Camp Attendance and Completion
  • Training Action Plan
  • Personal Learning Insight Profile
  • Teaching Across the Generations Grid

 

Course Content Overview:

The following are topics that will be covered in this two-day workshop. This seminar will allow you to experience, analyze, and apply information that you learn through the modules below.

Module One: The Power of CORE

  • Recognize how to use Closers, Openers, Revisiters, and Energizers for participant-centered success
  • Explain effective uses of C.O.R.E.
  • Select specific C.O.R.E. to use first

Module Two: Instructor-Led, Participant-Centered Training

  • Experience how learner-centered engagement is superior to lecture-based instruction
  • Recognize how to use media in a learner centered fashion
  • Articulate how the different IL/PC models work

Module Three - Instructional Design

  • Examine the eight steps to the design process
  • Identify methods to prevent difficult behavior
  • Identify ways to add variety to your training
  • Explore teaching across multiple generations

 


Day 1:
8:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Day 2:
8:00 - 3:30 p.m.