Certified Master Trainer

Course Objectives

Certified Master Trainer

Course Methodology
This course has been designed using the experiential learning approach. Participants are required to demonstrate essential skills required for trainers. Mini training sessions delivered by participants will be recorded and played back for feedback.

Course Objectives
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Define the role of a master trainer during the various intervals of training
Assess personal type and participant type and develop a proper training style
Define and implement the steps of the 'ADDIE' model in training
Create engaging training material
Deliver effective and interactive training sessions
Examine and plan for adequate skill transfer on the job
Conduct a comprehensive training session
Target Audience
Trainers, instructors, subject matter experts and line managers involved in training and seeking certification as master trainers. The course is also open for other participants wishing to improve their training skills.

Target Competencies
Working with people
Relating and networking
Presenting and communicating
Applying expertise and technology
Following instructions and procedures
Planning and organizing

Course Outline

Your role as a master trainer
Facilitating the learning experience
Before, during and after your training sessions
Understanding learners' memory
Ensuring learning results
Applying adult learning principles
Accelerated learning principles
Introduction to personality type and learning
Overview of personality type
Personality self assessment
Personality type and learning style
Characteristics of learners with different personalities
Eight learning styles
Applying the 'ADDIE' model in instructional design
An overview of the 'ADDIE' model in instructional design
Analyzing learners and learning context
Storyboarding for efficient designs
Developing your material
Rolling out your developments
Collecting feedback and evaluation
A complete guide for your training workshops
Training material required
Developing an opening that captures audience attention
The proper sequencing of your material
Appropriate usage of exercises, case studies, and activities
A blueprint for developing activities
The use of technology in your training workshops
Your PowerPoint slides and flip chart
Ending with a conclusion and an action plan
The delivery of training
Attributes of an effective training session
Audience attention and interest
Questioning techniques
The Johari window: building trust and rapport between master trainers and trainees
The Tabascos: ways to keep your session alive and the audience awake
Controlling public speaking anxiety
Skill transfer
What usually happens after training
What must happen after training
The master trainer’s role in skill transfer
Ways to improve skill transfer
Delivery and critique of training
Delivering the session
Exchanging constructive feedback
Completing your personal development plan
Training Categories
Accounting and Finance
Administration and Secretarial
Auditing and Governance, Risk and Compliance
Banking, Insurance and Financial Services
Business Continuity and Crisis Management
Communication and Writing Skills
Construction Management
Contracts Management
Customer Service
Data Management and Business Intelligence
Digital Innovation and Transformation
Hands-on Automation and Process Control
Health, Safety and Environment
Human Resources and Training
Interpersonal Skills and Self Development
IT Management
Leadership and Management
Maintenance and Engineering
Marketing and Sales
Planning and Strategy Management
Procurement and Supply Chain Management
Project Management
Public Relations
Quality and Productivity
Security Management
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