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TRAINING OBJECTIVE
  • Development of skills to conduct trainings in a professional manner
  • Development of the ability to work with a group in an interesting and engaging way
  • Development of common, repeatable training standards
  • Development of training structures and scenarios
RECIPIENTS

A workshop also for persons acting as trainers for internal and external clients.

BENEFITS
  • Learning the principle of designing courses and creating scenarios
  • Learning the method of constructive communication while working with a group
  • Learning effective methods of activating participants
  • Presenting information in a way that is attractive to participants
  • Using your strengths to better adapt your style of conducting training
  • Tame the fear of conducting training in a new area
  • Dealing with difficult situations during training
SCOPE

Principles of effective training:

  • The needs of the group before the training begins
  • The CHARM (Polish: OCZARUJ) model as a proven recipe for building atmosphere
  • Building a good attitude and commitment of participants from the very beginning
  • Learning process of adults – Kolb’s cycle

The quality of the trainer’s communication vs. the course of training:

  • Principles of good communication – messages that build understanding
  • Active and friendly listening: clarification, paraphrasing
  • Techniques for asking questions and directing the discussion to the training objective
  • Using consensus-building messages
  • Feedback as a part for discussion management
  • Importance of the trainer’s non-verbal speech

Competencies of the trainer:

  • Elements of building the trainer’s authority
  • Tasks and skills of the group leader
  • The influence of trainer’s attitude and their behavior during the training on acquiring knowledge
  • Methods and trainer tools that engage participants
  • Creative methods of conducting training

Methods to engage remote training participants:

  • Free online tools for activating remote training participants: Padlet, Mentimer, Wordwall, Metroretro, G-Suite: Docs, Sheets, Forms
  • Using functions of teleconference platforms: screen sharing, using White Board, Pools, Chat, Raise your hand, breakout rooms

Working with a group:

  • Group dynamics – the process of changes taking place in a group
  • Phases of the group process vs. difficulties in working with a group
  • Group roles occurring in the group process and their influence on the course of training and remaining participants
  • Adjusting the forms of conducting training to the group structure

Redesigning training:

  • Building scenarios and structures for training
  • Trainer etudes – conducting the chosen part of your own training
TRAINING OBJECTIVE
  • Development of skills to conduct trainings in a professional manner
  • Development of the ability to work with a group in an interesting and engaging way
  • Development of common, repeatable training standards
  • Development of training structures and scenarios
RECIPIENTS

A workshop also for persons acting as trainers for internal and external clients.

BENEFITS
  • Learning the principle of designing courses and creating scenarios
  • Learning the method of constructive communication while working with a group
  • Learning effective methods of activating participants
  • Presenting information in a way that is attractive to participants
  • Using your strengths to better adapt your style of conducting training
  • Tame the fear of conducting training in a new area
  • Dealing with difficult situations during training
SCOPE

Principles of effective training:

  • The needs of the group before the training begins
  • The CHARM (Polish: OCZARUJ) model as a proven recipe for building atmosphere
  • Building a good attitude and commitment of participants from the very beginning
  • Learning process of adults – Kolb’s cycle

The quality of the trainer’s communication vs. the course of training:

  • Principles of good communication – messages that build understanding
  • Active and friendly listening: clarification, paraphrasing
  • Techniques for asking questions and directing the discussion to the training objective
  • Using consensus-building messages
  • Feedback as a part for discussion management
  • Importance of the trainer’s non-verbal speech

Competencies of the trainer:

  • Elements of building the trainer’s authority
  • Tasks and skills of the group leader
  • The influence of trainer’s attitude and their behavior during the training on acquiring knowledge
  • Methods and trainer tools that engage participants
  • Creative methods of conducting training

Methods to engage remote training participants:

  • Free online tools for activating remote training participants: Padlet, Mentimer, Wordwall, Metroretro, G-Suite: Docs, Sheets, Forms
  • Using functions of teleconference platforms: screen sharing, using White Board, Pools, Chat, Raise your hand, breakout rooms

Working with a group:

  • Group dynamics – the process of changes taking place in a group
  • Phases of the group process vs. difficulties in working with a group
  • Group roles occurring in the group process and their influence on the course of training and remaining participants
  • Adjusting the forms of conducting training to the group structure

Redesigning training:

  • Building scenarios and structures for training
  • Trainer etudes – conducting the chosen part of your own training

The number of participants: 8-12 people

Duration: 2 days

Available language: PL

Available course material: PL

Course form
Interactive methods: workshop work in subgroups, individual work, moderated discussion, applied drama, camera work, gadgets: cards, dice, figures

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