Training and Facilitation Skills

Whether you are new to training and looking for a grounding in good practice or more experienced and looking for some fresh thinking and new ideas there should be something for you.

A group of youth workers sit on the grey carpet of a conference room, looking off camera. A row of chairs is lined up behind them and on the floor in front of them are large white sheets of paper with handwriting.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Create a positive learning environment in your training sessions
  • Use a simple framework to support you to design any training session
  • Design and deliver training that attends to the different ways people learn
  • Add a range of simple tools and techniques to your training ‘toolkit’ to use in your own training sessions
  • Overcome some of the most common challenges and problems in training

Course Content:

Welcome and connecting up
  • What you need to cover at the beginning of any session
  • Creating a positive learning environment
Exploring what makes a good training environment
  • Barriers to successful training
Exploring beliefs about training
  • Discovering and perhaps challenging expectations and assumptions about training and the trainers role
Bringing the theory alive
  • Honey and Mumford’s adult learning theory
  • What does all of this mean for you and your training – reflection and action planning
Introducing the 4 phase accelerated learning cycle
  • A great structure for designing and delivering training
Designing and delivering a session
  • In pairs or trios you will design and deliver a mini training session to the rest of the group and receive feedback from the group
Good endings
  • Final thoughts and next steps

Duration: 2-3 days

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