Train-the-Trainer Certification $699                                                              (Flexible Schedule - 20 Hour Course - 3 Part Series)

Module 1: Professional Presentation Skills

This workshop will help you overcome your public speaking fears and give you the confidence to deliver polished presentations anywhere, anytime. 

Objectives:

  • Set a clear and specific goal for your presentation.
  • Analyze your audience to determine their needs and wants.
  • Write a presentation that is tailored to your audience.
  •  Reinforce your presentation with supporting material.
  • Create powerful visual aids to add impact to your presentation.
  • Organize the logistics of your presentation.
  • Practice delivering an impressive presentation.
  • Use proper language to make your message more credible.
  • Enhance your vocal skills to engage your audience.
  • Use gestures, facial expressions, and movement to enhance your delivery.
  • Handle tough questions and difficult situations effectively

Module 2:  Effective Facilitation Skills

This interactive workshop provides you with fundamental facilitation tools and a structured process that can be applied to any type of facilitated session, whether it is a staff meeting, planning session, community-based meeting, a brainstorming session, or any kind of meeting that you want to be meaningful and productive.

Objectives:

  • Prepare for the session.
  • Select the appropriate facilitation tools.
  • Open the session.
  • Manage time effectively.
  •  Employ effective communication skills.
  • Document session information.
  • Manage group dynamics.
  • Deal with conflict.
  • Close the session.

 Module 3:  Instructional Techniques & Peer Review Session

This highly interactive session will build your confidence level by practicing each individual skill learned throughout the program.  Receive specific feedback from the Trainer and your peers and leave with your own video-recording, feedback sheets, and suggestions for improvement. 

  • Apply principles of adult learning.
  • Write instructional objectives.
  • Start a course with high impact.
  • Determine course content.
  • Select instructional methods.
  • Deliver lectures properly.
  • Give demonstrations.
  • Establish an effective relationship with learners.
  • Hold participants' attention and interest.
  • Obtain and give feedback on learner progress.
  • Employ effective speaking skills.
  • Handle problem participants and situations.
  • Ask and answer questions properly.
  • Manage time effectively during instruction.
  • Deal with your own nervousness and anxiety.
  • Promote learner participation.
  • Establish a good climate for learning.
  • Apply techniques to increase learner motivation.
  • Build fun into your courses (without going too far).
  • Use small-group activities effectively.
  • Set up a classroom properly.
  • Use audio-visual aids professionally.

Final Knowledge Check