Train the Trainer

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The key skills required by a trainer are to facilitate learning through the application of their training and presentation delivery and group leadership skills. This manual will focus on the following key skills to enable you to become the complete training professional.



  • Analyse your instructional style
  • Adapt your instructional style when necessary
  • Develop rapport with learners
  • Establish a good learning climate
  • Analyse group dynamics
  • Maintain a healthy group
  • Prevent problems from arising
  • Handle problems if they do arise
  • Increase learner motivation
  • Make your courses more enjoyable to learners
  • Interpret non verbal messages
  • Employ non verbal techniques
  • Use competition constructively
  • Deal with your own stress levels
  • Lead discussions
  • Make POWERFUL Presentations

This manual will help you with your training skills and how to design and deliver high impact training events.

In it you will find information on all aspects of training. You will also be able to test your effectiveness using the self analysis questionnaires and by utilising the tried and tested methods highlighted.

Manual Content:

  • Train the Trainer – Introduction
  • Identifying Development Needs
  • The Training Cycle
  • Defining Training and Development Needs
  • Where Training and Development Needs Occur
  • Discussions and Interviews
  • Occupations and Jobs
  • Job Analysis
  • What job analysis does
  • The basic framework
  • What work needs to be done and why?
  • How is the work done and to what standard?
  • What skills, knowledge and attitudes does the jobholder require?
  • Task Analysis
  • The Individual
  • Learning Styles
  • Successful Learning
  • Motivation – Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Motivators – Self
  • Motivators – Boss
  • Motivators – Staff
  • Motivation at Work – Summary
  • Who are Your Learners?
  • A Learners Perspective
  • Key Factors in Motivation
  • Motivational Techniques
  • The Leader
  • Traits of Course Leaders
  • Reasons for Unsuccessful Training
  • Left Brain Right Brain
  • Use your hardware!
  • Create positive pathways
  • Thinking Preferences: Creative or Logical?
  • The Nature of Learning
  • Cognitive learning
  • Affective learning
  • Psychomotor learning
  • The implications of the three dimensional model
  • The Learning Cycle
  • Memory, Understanding, Doing
  • Blocks to Learning
  • Overcoming Learning Blocks
  • Learning Blocks – Calibration and Eye Accessing Cues Physiology and State
  • Rep Systems
  • Calibration
  • Eye Accessing Clues
  • Rapport Building
  • Questioning Techniques
  • Open Questions
  • Closed Questions
  • Assumptive / Leading Questions
  • Language Patterns
  • Influencing Language
  • Recognising the Patterns
  • Effective Listening
  • The Effects of Body Language
  • From Negative To Positive Language
  • Learning Styles
  • Learning Skills
  • Goals and Objectives
  • The contents of a learning programme
  • Learning Objectives
  • Writing Learning Objectives
  • The Action
  • The Conditions
  • Effective Instruction
  • Small Group Activities
  • Competition
  • Promoting the Use of New Skills
  • Diaries and Action Plans
  • Feedback
  • Characteristics of a Healthy Group
  • Verbal Behaviour
  • Interpretation of Non Verbal Behaviour
  • Body Language Indicators
  • Giving Constructive Feedback
  • Generating Trust
  • Questions for Success
  • Whodunit? – Reconstructing the scene of success
  • Converting Statements to Questions
  • Managing Conflict
  • Handling Difficult Situations: Self-Analysis
  • Negotiating Skills
  • Handling Resistance
  • Managing Stress
  • Establish the Aim and Audience
  • Planning the Contents
  • The Intro Elements
  • Writing an Introduction
  • What Makes A Good Summary?
  • Summary
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