Implementing Training Program (Trainer Preparation Checklist (A…
Implementing Training Program
Creating Opening Exercises
Effective way of starting a training session or team-building event.
1) Team building
asking participants to learn each other’s names and to get to know each other.
2) On the spot Assessment
Share their learning goals or expectations
3) Immediate learning involvement
try out learning activities related to the course content without previous instructions
What to keep in mind when creating opening exercises
1) Level of threat
2) Appropriateness of group norms
3) Relevance to training content
Differences between Experiential and Non-Experiential Training Method
Experiential Training Method
Means the learning and development are achieved through personally
Two way communication between trainers and trainees.
Example: The Case Study
Business Game & Simulations
Non-Experiential Training Method
Means to receive teaching or training in groups by observation and listening.
one way communication between trainers and trainees.
Audio-visual based training
Seminar and Conference
Preparing the Training Room
Reasons to prepare the Training Room
Attributes to arrange the physical environment/Consider the Training Room
Climate control/Physical Comfort level
Classic classroom (participants in rows, with you in front)
Squared-off U (tables like three sides of a square, with you in front)
Semi-Circle (with you in front)
Square (one large table or small ones forming a large one)
Trainer Preparation Checklist
A preparation checklist is a type of informational job aid that is used to support the trainer (or training team) in preparing for the training phase of the programme.
It consists of a list of items required, things to be done, or points to be considered for the program, and serves as a reminder for the trainers.
The checklist makes sure that the trainers have all the bases covered for a successful delivery of the training program.
Do’s and Dont’s for Trainers
A Checklist and Reminder for trainers when conducting presentation/training
10 Ways to obtain Participation
1) Open discussion
2) Response cards
4) Subgroup discussions
8) Calling on the next speaker
Watching your body language
positive body language
making eye contact with the participants
stay aware of the pace and volume of your voice
alter annoying speech habits
Tips to present effectively- Essential presentation skills
Have a clear outline for your presentation
Look at the audience, not at the screen
Ensure lighting and seating are appropriate for all to see both the presenter and the screen.
Dealing with Disruptive Trainees
Take charge of the session immediately
Let them vent their frustrations