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  • 06/11/13
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Train the-Trainer Presentation Transcript

  • 1. PresentationOnTrain the TrainerPresentationOnTrain the Trainer
  • 2. Introduction Objectives Equip your in preparation trainingsessions End results Know adult learning process Learn to prepare before training Know how to write lesson plan Facilitate discussion Demonstration effectively Interact well with audience
  • 3. Outline: Part A: Preparation 1. Preparation 1.1 adult learning 1.2 teacher vs instructor 1.3 create a checklist 1.4 sample outline 1.5 motivate your audience 1.6 create lesson plan
  • 4. Outline Part B: Training 2 Introduction 2.1 Gain attention 2.2 Aims 2.3 Transition 2.4 Overview 3 Explain 3.1 Delivery skills 3.2 Use of multimedia
  • 5.  4 Discussion and feedback 4.1 facilitation Skills 5 Demonstration 5.1 Demo training 6 Summary and closing
  • 6. 1.1 Adult learning Learn by doing Learn by solving practical problems Learn through the application of past experience Learn best in informal environment Through a variety of training method
  • 7. 1.2 Teacher vs Instructor Teacher: Tell them what you are going to tell them Tell them what you are telling them Tell them what you’ve told them
  • 8.  Instructor Ask them what they’ve done Tell them what they are going to do Show them what they are going to do Let them do it Let them do it some more Ask them what they’ve just done
  • 9. 1.3 Create a check list Look at the example Work out in a group of 4 Choose a leader Write it in a flipchart
  • 10. 1.4 Sample Outline Introduction Contents Conclusion
  • 11. 1.5 Motivate Your Audience• Tell a story• Use natural humor• Unusual statisticsKnow their level of knowledge• speak their language• variety in a presentation
  • 12. • Create a need - WIIFM• Get yourself excited – eye contact and availableyourself before class, at breaks and after class• Establish a long range objectives – see biggerpictures like the overall presentation• Apply contents to life – role play and actionplans
  • 13.  Know their level of knowledge speak their language variety in a presentation – change every 8minutes 90/20/8 Learn from good instructors
  • 14. 1.6 Create lesson planIntroductionExplanationScenarioFeedbackDemonstrationSummary
  • 15. 2. Introduction General guidelines: write notes on index card eye contact drink water if you are thirsty. Not icedwater vary your voice – pitch, volume, shortdramatic pauses, speed of delivery watch your language! – everydaylanguage, friendly mannerism – adjust your clothes, scratchyour ear or nose, brush back your hair
  • 16. 2.1 introduction: gain attention• open with high energy, animation and enthusiasm• don’t apologize• give the audience an overview• be aware of your appearance• be aware of your voice – tone, enunciation, paceand speed, word choice
  • 17. Next StepsQuotationChallenging questionsDescription of incidentsPoemsWord gamesVisuals PropsActivities
  • 18. 2.2 Aims Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Time Table
  • 19. 2.3 Transition Physical movement Use of media Change of Media Mini-Summary Q&A Pause
  • 20. 2.4 Overview Tell them your big pictures
  • 21. 3.1 Delivery Skills Verbal pleasant natural dynamic expressive easily heard
  • 22. Nonverbal DeliverySkills posture – confidence, alert hand gesture body movement – step forward, astep backward, lateral movement facial expression eye contact
  • 23. Delivery the content: step by step clear and concise tell them why stress key points avoid jargon and buzz words speak at moderate speed
  • 24. 3.2 Use of multimediaFlip Chartwrite big and welluse color – red for underline, black/blue/greenfor main text, pink/brown, purple and yellow:least visibleuse exact words,face your audience,post themuse symbol, box and bullet pointsreverse techniques
  • 25. 4.1 facilitation Skills Set ground rules Learn to wait before responding – count to 10 Redirect questions to the group – Ping Pong Use the energy of the group – rest, humor,stretch break Avoid making judgment statements – Which’snot very funny? How can you believe that? Listen attentively – look into their eyes
  • 26. Paraphrase to clarifyUse flipchart – keep track of ideas. KISSSynthesize – don’t just record. Getcomment and build on each other’sthoughtSummarize periodicallyLabel sidetracks – use card or signalsPark it – parking lotGive reinforcement – verbal and nonverbal – thank you and thumb up
  • 27.  Keep air time under 40% Check for understanding Ask participants to summarize Ask others for opinion Summarize and move on
  • 28. 5.1 Demo training position the employee correctly explain the objective and steps demo first the overall process demo NEXT each step slowly, explain each stepelaborately and verify understanding practice and feedback summary
  • 29. Verify the trainees understand thetaskask for questions– What question to you has?– Anything I need to clarifyfurther?– wait for questionshave trainee repeat instructionstell them you are concern withyour communication skillspraise them if they do it well
  • 30. .test verbally forunderstandingkeep question short and tothe pointusually 2 –3 questionsgain confidence and makingprogress
  • 31. Summary and Closing Ask questions Check parking lot Summarize any follow up action items required of you Summarize key points
  • 32. ThanksToAllG.M.Kamrul HassanSr.TrainerAKGBangladeshE-mail:gmkhasan@gmail.comPhone:+8801717335900