Making Training Stick is a program that has been designed for new trainers who are keen on developing training programs that will have a long term impact on the learners. This program focuses on the idea that all trainings can be useful, as we all have participated in training workshops or programs of some sort and learned that not all trainings are profitable. The course is designed to overcome this by instilling the capability in a trainer with some simple tips in mind when developing training materials and to apply them during the sessions.
Participants will have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.
Just as there are many types of students, there are many ways to make training stick for them. This section covers five of the most effective methods for stickiness.
This section gives insight into how to lay the groundwork for the design of a training program that will stick, including how to build support for your program.
This section takes the four steps in experiential learning and uses group discussion to draw out teaching tips and tricks.
A group activity leads learners through an exercise which illustrates which of the earlier mentioned five strategies is the stickiest for training.
Follow-up gives vital insight as to whether your training program is crafted correctly, if it sticks. Seven points of follow-up are covered here, along with the Buddy System and how to delegate follow-up.
Mentorship is one way to take training further as well as having the trainee train others, both of these steps are looked at here.
At the end of the course, students will have an opportunity to mail their queries and fill out an action plan.
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