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“Creating Learner-Centered Training”
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Novice trainers seeking to acquire solid training skills that include brain-based and learner-centered techniques and strategies.
Seasoned trainers who are looking to improve their training skills and get better results.
Subject Matter Experts who deliver training programs.
Corporate, public, or independent seminar or workshop providers and trainers.
Training and development professionals who are interested in expanding awareness about leading-edge learning methods.
Build comfortable rapport with participants and get buy-in from the beginning.
Deliver content logically and simply in a brain-friendly fashion.
Orchestrate the optimum environment for your training.
Engage the audience in multi-faceted, ingenious ways to facilitate learning.
Use and combine compelling audio & visual aids to utilize more senses.
Choose creative and stimulating delivery formats for “dry,” technical material.
Facilitate partner and group activities applicable to learning goals.
Transfer information from short-term to long-term memory.
Plan and design a seamless, multi-sensory training that will have lasting impact.
Apply learner-centered strategies for results-boosting, super-charged training.
A Brain-Friendly, Concise, and Interactive Course Workbook.
Handy Reference Guides , Templates and Check Lists.
Training Action Plan.
A Training for Excellence Certificate of Completion.
A Special Gift that will be an invaluable part of your training toolbox.
Brain-Based Training Techniques
Why you need to present information to both sides of the brain
Opening a Training Session
How to build “instant” rapport with participants, melt resistance, and get buy-in from the beginning
Overcoming learning barriers
Creative ways to open a training session
Setting ground rules and why they are important in participative training
4 Key Presentation Strategies
3 step power formula for providing a global understanding of the material presented
How to “chunk” information for easy assimilation
“Signal phrases” and how to use them
How to revisit content in multiple ways and why it’s so important
What to do when there’s not enough time to deliver all the material
5 Deadly Mistakes Trainers Should Avoid
Understanding what creates a negative training climate and shuts down learning
Different Learning Styles and How To Accommodate Them
The different needs of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners
VAKI principle—training strategies for each type
How to reach all learning modalities when conducting training
Energizing Computer-based Training
Inherent problems with computer-based training and what to do about them
Creative strategies for revitalizing technical training
How to make computer-based training practical for all learning styles
Games and activities that will make the learning process more effective
Special room set-up allowing for a flexible and fluid training environment
Liven Up Your Training (special bonus section)
Learning activities and games you can easily replicate that will motivate learners, boost their energy, and make retention soar
Presenting Information For Optimum Comprehension and Recall
Why “data dumping” is severely counter-productive
Various techniques to reinforce memory recall and “lock in” new content
How peripherals can significantly increase learning
HOT Tips for your trainer toolbox
Helping ALL learners keep up with the pace of classroom instruction
Giving Clear Directions When Facilitating Activities
Taking off the hat of Subject Matter Expert and donning the hat of Facilitator
How to give clear, to-the-point directions that get participants immediately engaged and on task
Instructor-centered versus Participant-centered Training
Introduction to Accelerated Learning (AL) methodology
Shifting from instructor-centered to participant-centered training
How traditional training tends to stifle real learning
2 common myths
3 levels of listening
How to encourage “active listening”
10 tips to becoming a better listener
How To Field Questions
Avoid 3 common mistakes when responding to questions
When should you re-direct questions?
5 tips on fielding questions
How to ensure equal “air-time” for everyone in the room
Creating an Optimum Training Environment (no matter where you train!)
How the environment impacts learning
Elements of a positive, stimulating training environment
4 important factors for choosing a room, and what to do when you have no choice
Bonus: A handy “Setting the Stage” check list
Combining Media To Make An Impact
Avoiding “death by power point”. Use simple methods to create compelling visuals—what to include and what to leave out
Do’s and don’ts of PowerPoint
Creating great flip-charts
Using brain-compatible flip-chart techniques
Using music to enhance learning
Engaging the image-brain to improve retention
Closing a Training Session
Common mistakes to avoid
Allowing reflection on the content to create a sense of “ownership”
Wrap-up techniques and action plans to cement the commitment to continued learning and application
If it’s worth learning, it’s worth celebrating—appropriate, memorable ways to conclude a course
Instructional Design Strategies & Tools
Accelerated Design Process—how to plan and develop effective, concise training modules that meet learning objectives
The secret unveiled: The 4 phases of Accelerated Learning training—high level overview
Content versus Process—The Focus/Diffuse principle
How to organize and sequence content in a logical, brain-friendly fashion
Instructional design planning sheets and reference tools
Guidelines for developing relevant learning activities and ensuring participants are involved in their learning
How to create compelling, interactive handouts/workbooks
Bonus: Our handy Accelerated Learning Course Design check list
Crafting Clear Training Objectives
Blooms Taxonomy made simple
Creating clear behavioral and competency-based training objectives
Ensuring module objectives and learning activities are aligned with overall course objectives
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CBT and E-learning
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