Train The Trainer

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district 70 Club Officer Training - train the trainer session

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Train The Trainer

  1. 1. District 70 Toastmasters 2011 Club Officer Training Train The Trainer Prepared by Eric Pace Strategic Dynamics International Train the Trainer
  2. 2. Foundation
  3. 3. Why are you here? What are your expectations for this session? How will you know that today’s training was successful?
  4. 4. People think they know what training is.
  5. 5. They’re wrong!
  6. 6. What is the goal of speaking?
  7. 7. The goal of speaking is to make people... Think Do Feel
  8. 8. What is the goal of training?
  9. 9. The goal of training is to give people... Knowledge Skills Affect (Feelings)
  10. 10. The goal of the trainer does not always match the expectation of the learner
  11. 11. The learning environment must be physically and psychologically comfortable.
  12. 12. Adults view classroom situations as a risk. Self-esteem and egos are on the line.
  13. 13. Adults have expectations, and it is critical to take time up front to clarify everybody’s expectations.
  14. 14. Adults bring a lot of life experience into the classroom.
  15. 15. New knowledge has to be integrated with previous knowledge, and that means active learner participation.
  16. 16. The key to the instructor role is control. Of everything that is happening in the training environment.
  17. 17. Integration of new knowledge and skill requires transition time and focused effort.
  18. 18. Learning and teaching theories function better as a resource than as practices that are cast in stone.
  19. 19. Some key concepts
  20. 20. • Repetition is the key to learning • Sameness is boring • Variety adds interest
  21. 21. • Cognitive • Knowledge - Remembering • Comprehension - Understanding • Application - Applying • Analysis - Analysing • Evaluation - Evaluating • Synthesis - Creating • Affective & Psychomotor BloomBloom’’s Taxonomys Taxonomy of educational objectivesof educational objectives
  22. 22. Who are our club officers?Who are our club officers? • Why do people take on club executive roles? • Why do people come to club officer training • Why is it important to know the answers?
  23. 23. Why do we train club officers?Why do we train club officers? • Activity • Why is it important to train club officers? • What specific training do club officers need?
  24. 24. Why do we train club officers?Why do we train club officers? • Discussion • Why is it important to train club officers? • What specific training do club officers need?
  25. 25. Is the DCP important?Is the DCP important? • Activity: • Reasons for achieving • Excuses for avoiding Note: DCP = Distinguished Club Program a Toastmasters Key Performance Indicator
  26. 26. Is the DCP important?Is the DCP important? • Discussion: • Reasons for achieving • Excuses for avoiding
  27. 27. • DCP is not the goal • DCP is a tool • DCP is a collection of measurable KPI’s • Balanced • Enhances Transferable Skills Is the DCP important?Is the DCP important?
  28. 28. Why don’t they follow the DCPWhy don’t they follow the DCP • They’re not knowledgeable • They don’t know about the DCP • Inform them
  29. 29. Why don’t they follow the DCPWhy don’t they follow the DCP • They’re not skilled • They don’t know how to achieve goals • Educate them
  30. 30. Why don’t they follow the DCPWhy don’t they follow the DCP • They’re not interested • They don’t care about the DCP • Motivate them
  31. 31. • Discussion • Why don’t they care? Why don’t they follow the DCP
  32. 32. There’s no connection to their goals Why don’t they care?Why don’t they care?
  33. 33. SummarySummary
  34. 34. For more information • Click here to visit our website www.sditraining.com.au • Email me at eric@sditraining.com.au

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