Home Contact us About us How we work Our customers Sample programmes The team Case studies What people say...

Mel Ashworth
Call
Mel Ashworth:
01789
551665
|

Creating and delivering successful and memorable training

Creating and delivering successful and memorable training

In preparation

I would really like to know a bit more about you and what you would like from the workshop. There are a few questions attached that I would like you to answer and email them to me helen@firstclass-training.co.uk.

To further whet your appetite for the day please fill the questionnaire on the Accelerated Learning website www.acceleratedlearning.com/method/test_your_style.html and please bring the results with you. On the workshop we will explore further the theory and how you can use it.

Day 1

Welcome and domestics

What do you want to master from the workshop?

Setting the right frame of Mind for learning

Break

“A picture says 1000 words” - and other ways to help the learner

Absorb the information

Lunch

Helping the learner make Sense of new information

Break

Things to help the learning stick!

Review and recap of the day

Close

Preparation for day 2

Bring in ideas or topics you would like to develop or re-write.

Day 2

Thoughts overnight

Review of Day 1

Exhibiting learning

Break

Winding up a workshop sending them out Ready to make a difference

Lunch

Using all the tools available to us – PowerPoint, DVD/video etc

Break

Master that! Working on your topics in small groups/pairs

Recap and review

Close

In preparation for day 3

Feeding on the information you have about the structure and techniques for memorable learning, design a 20 minute training session.  Your audience will be your colleagues on the workshop.  It could be an existing session or something you will be delivering in the future.  This will give you the opportunity to test you new skills and hear their feedback.

Day 3

Individual sessions with peer feedback
Celebration, recap and review
Next steps

Post course follow up

Evaluation
Photos
Trainers forum

© First Class 2013 | Sitemap | Links
first class - learning and development | people and business | multi-sensory learning