CERTIFIED TRAINER & FACILITATOR

Module

Training objectives

Method

Time

Powerful Presentation Skills

mctf01

  • Command and movement - body posture, shoulder orientation etc
  • Eye contact
  • Gestures including non - verbal signals, facial expressions
  • What opening exercises accomplish includes SIR
  • Effective sequencing
  • Maximize interest using SHIIC
  • Ensure retention using MSEVA
  • Involve participants using LIGSS
  • Reinforce lectures using GPEP

Video Mirroring

8 hrs

Andragogy & Setting Objectives

mctf02

  • Why do adults learn - analysis using adult learning styles
  • Training needs analysis - analysis of context, content, user, ROI etc.
  • Assessing the training group
  • Setting learning goals using ABC learning techniques
  • Criteria for selecting a training task
  • Specifying & expressing objectives using bloom's taxonomy

Exercises

2 hrs

Designing a Training Program

mctf03

  • The macro design of an active training
  • Sequencing active training activities
  • Experiential methods like syndicates, discussion, demos etc.
  • Kolb’s learning style method including concrete experience, abstract conceptualization etc.
  • 4 stages of  learning including unconscious incompetence, conscious incompetence,conscious competence, unconscious competence
  • The Finer side of sequencing

Case study
Structural Fish Bow

4 hrs

Designing Aids

 

mctf04

  • Identifying instructional material
  • Selecting appropriate methodologies for Specific Activities
  • for specific activities
  • Tips for planning successful visual content
  • Color in visual aids
  • Developing titles for visual aids

Exercises

2 hrs

Developing a Positive Learning Environment

mctf05

  • Barriers to verbal and non-verbal communication - vocabulary, jargon, accent,ambiguity etc.
  • Internal or psychological aspects includes pressures, mood, forced resistance etc.
  • The learning attention span
  • Arranging the physical environment
  • Creating the mood
  • Different types of trainer styles includes analytical, drive,expressive, amiable etc.
  • Gaining leadership of the training group
  • Handling problem participants using monopolizing, one-upping, clowning, withdrawing etc.
  • Types of problem participants - WASPS, SLUGS, TOADS

Video Mirroring

2 hrs

 

Evaluation  & Its Significance

mctf06

  • Why evaluate
  • Four levels of  Kirkpatrick’s training evaluation process
  • The evaluation model
  • Types of tests
  • Action planning
  • Difference between reliability and validity
  • Assessing the ROI of training

Exercise

1 hr