Understanding Adult Learning I Part Of The Complete Train The Trainer Course Free class
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Training The Trainer I The Complete Train The Trainer Course I thepeopleengine2:01
Introduction I The Complete Train The Trainer Course1:50
How Adults Learn I The Complete Train The Trainer Course6:37
Retention Of Learning I The Complete Train The Trainer Course3:39
About This Class
We need more and better trainers, presenters and facilitators to enable each of us to thrive and move forward and keep developing our talent in today’s new world of work. Training is essentially about helping individuals learn, acting as a human tool to help develop and grow people.
I have placed a great emphasis in this class on the use of positive reinforcement to develop the skills needed to design and deliver quality training programmes as this will hasten your quest to becoming a better trainer.
If your goal is to run a training session and show credibility in your facilitation or coaching delivery, whether new to training or experienced, you will find this an invaluable resource.
After taking this class, you will be able to:
- Overview of the systematic training cycle and what happens at each step
- Understand the key principles of how and why adults learn (adult learning)
- Design and deliver training sessions to meet development needs and objectives
All students are welcome in this course, especially those with interest in facilitating online and/or traditional training.
This is class is part of The Complete Train The Trainer course - 60 minutes.
For the past 4 years Nicole has run her business, The People Engine. She works as a digital nomad, supporting organisations with their People needs around the world (online and offline), creating life long friendships with many of her clients.
With eighteen years' experience in Human Resources, and a number as an international HR Director, Nicole has gained global experience whilst living/working in over 30+ countries.
Clients are as diverse as DHL, Epson, Vodafone and numerous small to multinational companies - even a global wildlife protection foundation.