SQT Training: Train the Trainer – Transition to Virtual Delivery

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Do you want to move your courses online? This Virtual Training course, delivered by industry experts SQT Training, is designed to equip trainers with the best practice techniques, skills and online tools to transition quickly and easily to virtual classroom-based training. New and experienced trainers get first-hand experience of the virtual classroom setting and will learn the best approach to designing and delivering interactive and engaging live virtual training that can be adapted to different types of training topics and models.

Train the Trainer – Transition to Virtual Delivery

Up to this point you have used face to face delivery methods – now it is about learning about the other options available, becoming comfortable with using the Virtual Classroom as a Trainer and ensuring you keep the learners engaged in the environment. This unique Train the Trainer – Transition to Virtual Delivery programme will help you understand and experience the skills needed in training others successfully in a dynamic, multi-sensory format that will accelerate acquisition and application of knowledge.

What You Will Learn

• Theory input, reflection and facilitated discussion on how adults learn best in the work environment, including individual learning style assessment.
• Determine, through group work and facilitated discussion the best approach using the model of training proposed. The Learner will then carry out practical exercises with peers firstly in the virtual classroom to develop safety and confidence, working towards work based training to develop skill and embed the knowledge
• Based on their specific work environment, learners will receive theory input and have an opportunity for reflection. This will cumulate in building a learning intervention which learners will create themselves using the Virtual Classroom structure that works best to ensure consistency when training others.
• Reflection on best practice in relation to assessment/validation with practical exercises around what works best within their specific roles in their work environment.
• Theory input and group exercises around how best to self-evaluate and develop self-awareness for personal development and to support others. Group/sub group discussion on how to self-evaluate and development of self-evaluation processes and agreed actions around this and follow up reflective practise based on next steps.
• Appreciate and be able to give and ask for feedback and apply this to a process of “continuous improvement of training”.

Find out more about this course online here.

Gemma Creagh

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