Train The Trainer Power Point Presentation
I came across this presentation through my friend. Thought it was a good one - so sharing it
- Qualities ofa good trainer
- Needs Assessment and Objectives
- Designing & Developing Training
- Complicated task at first
- Skills require demonstration
- If need to learn to do it quickly and independently, require practice
- a diagram or illustration
- Attach rope end to rope end
- make a long piece out of 2 shorter pieces
Sheet Bends are used to attach different sizes of rope Fishermans Knots are good for small rope or fishing line 5.
- Your training goals should support the goals of your organization
- apply learning principles
- graphics, layout, media creation
- voice, personality, technical expertise
- Ability to build bridgesrelate old to new
- Communication & theatrical skills
- What wouldorHeres how to use it. you do?
- formal/informal needs assessment
- determine goals & objectives
- determine delivery method
- results based on objectives
- SKA = Skills, Knowledge & Attitude
- Gap = what they know minus what theyneed to know
- Determine if training is the answer
- Determine objectives of training
- What should they do better to improve job performance or service to the public?
- be careful not to bias input
- Choose a subgroup if unable to survey all
- choose the middle of the pack,not the best, not the worst
- Do mini needs assessment before each training
- state desired results in detail
- M easurable ( or observable)
- use verbs that describe what trainees willlearn
- describe an action that the trainee will perform
- how long will it take the trainees to learn the skill?
- Evaluate based on objectives
- learn what you had planned?
- implement what they learned?
- improve their job performance or service to the public?
16. Read Hear Words Watch still picture Watch moving picture Watch demonstration Do a site visit Do a dramatic presentation Simulate a real experience Do the real thing Visual Kinesthetic (Experiential) Verbal 10% ofwhat theyread 20% ofwhat theyhear 30% ofwhat they see 50% of what they hear and see 70% of what they say or write 90% of what they say as they do a thing Cone of ExperiencePeople generally remember: Adapted from Wiman & Meirhenry, .Educational Media, 1960 on Edgar Dale 17.
- How will it effect their daily job life
- hands-on exercises, real-life scenarios
- Knowledge sharing/Participation
- Relate training to something they know
- Eliminate what isnt necessary to match your needs assessment and objectives
- more than they need to know now ;)
- Consider limitations due to
- how quickly the training needs to happen
19. Objective Topics Main points Final content 20.
- introductions (you & them)
- agenda, breaks, bathrooms
- get buy-in by telling them what and why
- logically organize the main points (in chunks)
- add sub-points to each chunk
- include Visual Aids, Exercises, Handouts
- other learning opportunities
- Chunk in to 3 to 5 main parts
- Does the audience need to:
- have an idea of how to do it?
- be able to think about it independently?
- come up with creative solutions?
- Two purposes of rehearsing
- logical order & transitions
- opportunities for interaction
- Ask questions you really want an answer to
- Non-verbals affect communication
- appearance appropriate for audience
- Turn your nervousness into energy
You dont have to know everything.Adults like to share what they know 29. 30.