Presented by,<br />Madonna Kash<br />Restaurant Marketing Partners<br /> ACF AZ<br />FoodService Geeks<br />Train the Trai...
Welcome to Train the Trainer<br />The purpose of this training is to share ideas and best practices about training to ensu...
Welcome to Train the Trainer (cont)<br />We are building an online resource library that allows us to create <br />  mater...
Learning Objectives <br /><ul><li>Team Basics
Trainer Competencies
The different between a presentation and a training
Communication
Personal learning style
How we learn
Methods of instruction</li></li></ul><li>Team Basics <br />Skills<br />Commitment<br />Accountability<br />
Trainer Competencies <br /><ul><li>The Desire to Train
Experience/Knowledge
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Train the trainer

  1. 1. Presented by,<br />Madonna Kash<br />Restaurant Marketing Partners<br /> ACF AZ<br />FoodService Geeks<br />Train the Trainer Part 1<br />
  2. 2. Welcome to Train the Trainer<br />The purpose of this training is to share ideas and best practices about training to ensure we are creating quality content for engaging presentations and trainings. <br />With the use of the KP Compass platform we are able provide a valuable resources to our food service community in an online vehicle that allows the user to connect with information on their time, from any device with real time statistics and remediation. <br />The majority the sales process is in the pre-work and the follow up no matter what you are selling, including yourself. This platform allows us the ability to do both in this online controlled learning environment. <br />
  3. 3. Welcome to Train the Trainer (cont)<br />We are building an online resource library that allows us to create <br /> material for duplication and integration; one to many. If we are <br /> diligent and consistent with creating quality material will help us <br /> all develop sustainable relationships. Courses can be made <br /> private or public and incentive based trainings options as well. <br />Your contributions and participation to this organization is very <br /> important to us and we thank you for your support. and we are <br /> grateful for the opportunity to work with you on your project. <br />Sincerely, <br />Madonna Kash<br />Restaurant Marketing Partners<br />American Culinary Federation Chefs of Arizona <br />
  4. 4. Learning Objectives <br /><ul><li>Team Basics
  5. 5. Trainer Competencies
  6. 6. The different between a presentation and a training
  7. 7. Communication
  8. 8. Personal learning style
  9. 9. How we learn
  10. 10. Methods of instruction</li></li></ul><li>Team Basics <br />Skills<br />Commitment<br />Accountability<br />
  11. 11. Trainer Competencies <br /><ul><li>The Desire to Train
  12. 12. Experience/Knowledge
  13. 13. Right Frame of Mind
  14. 14. Sensitivity
  15. 15. Communicator
  16. 16. Planner and organizer
  17. 17. Confidence
  18. 18. Adaptability </li></li></ul><li>What is the difference between a presentation and a training? <br />A presentation is the practice of showing and explain the content of a topic to an audience or learner. Wikipedia<br />A training refers to the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies. Wikipedia<br />
  19. 19. Communication <br />One Way<br />Control of the training.<br />One way messages are delivered.<br />Two Way<br />Balance amongst the group. <br />Focus on mutual respect to achieve mutual understanding.<br />
  20. 20. Personal Learning Style <br />Reflective Learner - Learns by thinking.<br />Active Learner - Learns by doing. <br />Visual Leaner - Learns by pictures/visuals. <br />Verbal Learner – Learns with words.<br />Dependent Learner – Learns by participation with others. <br />Independent Learner – Learns on own. <br />Rational Learner – Learns by reasoning. <br />Emotional Learner – Learns by feeling/instincts. <br />
  21. 21. How we learn <br />1% through taste<br />1.5% through touch<br />3.5% through smell<br />11% through hearing<br />83% through site<br />
  22. 22. Methods of Instruction <br />Telling – when used alone, results in 70% recall three hours later, and 10% recall three days later. <br />Showing – when used alone, results in 72% recall three hours later, and 20% recall three days later. <br />Combined- results in 85% recall three hours later, and 65% recall three days later. <br />
  23. 23. Questions or comments? <br />Madonna Kash<br />Restaurant Marketing Partners<br />C: 602.692.1135<br />madonna@restaurantmarketingpartners.com<br />Restaurantmarketingpartners.com<br />@restaurantmkt<br />

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