Where the trainee becomes the trainer – learn the skills to plan, prepare and deliver great training sessions
Date published: 12/12/2018
Training skills WCVA training
12 - 13 February and 12 March 2019 - Merthyr Tydfil
This course aims to provide you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to plan, prepare and deliver training sessions and is for those who are new to training and/or may have taken on the role of trainer in their organisation for the first time.
Accredited by Agored Cymru, level three, six credits.
Do you have a topic that you'd love to teach, but are lacking confidence? Or maybe you love sharing your knowledge but want to make sure you're doing it in way that really engages people.
This three-day accredited course will give you an overview of learning theory, share planning tools for delivering and evaluating training, and help you develop your confidence in designing and delivering training sessions.
To gain the accreditation you will need to commit some time to complete the written assessment and to prepare a training session, a section of which you will deliver in front of other course participants on the third day.
This is one of our most popular courses, delivered by our experienced trainers who will provide support for you during the assessment process - book early to secure your place.
By attending this course and completing the assessment work, you will
- Understand how to relate training to the needs of learners;
- Be able to identify aims, objectives and learning outcomes in relation to agreed goals;
- Be able to plan, design and deliver a training session using appropriate training methods;
- Understand how to engage with learners;
- Understand how to effectively manage a learning environment;
- Be able to monitor learners' progression and evaluate training;
- Be able to reflect on your own training practice.
A registration fee of £21 per learner will be charged for those who register to complete the Agored Cymru assessment.
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