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A short case study on one of our recent Train the Trainer delegates

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  • 1. Train the Trainer Case Study
  • 2. Ian Weatherill MCT:what Ian said The reason for pursuing the MCT was the ability to offer in house training with pre made training kits and provide access to more learning resources that can assist with my personal development. I picked Sixth Level for several reasons: cost, availability, location, scheduling of the course and the pre-course assistance provided by Paula. I have always felt uncomfortable standing in front of groups of people and the thought of training people on a larger format (not 1- 2 people at a time) was always daunting. Attending the Train-The- Trainer course has given me the confidence and skills needed to tackle these situations. Sixth Level have provided me with solid foundations to build upon over the next few years. Paula is very passionate about training and personal skills development and this enthusiasm shows throughout the course and helps provide a “safe” learning environment to development new skills especially when they are outside your normal comfort zone. Many thanks for all your help
  • 3. What we thought of Ian. When Ian and I first spoke while he was looking for his MCT Train the Trainer course, he admitted to being very nervous about training and the thought of standing in front of people. Over the three days in training, we saw Ian progress very quickly from “giving presentations” to running real training sessions, matching objectives to content. He has every reason to feel proud of his achievements. The nerves no longer showed through, and his humour and approach are unique.