A module in the Success/Communication Series of the Toastmasters education program, dealing with becoming a trainer.

Many businesses and organizations have realized the importance of training. Properly trained people increase productivity and make fewer mistakes. But how do you train people? In this program you’ll discover the five steps involved in preparing and presenting a training program using adult learning principles. You’ll also learn the roles of trainers and the differences between public speaking and training, and have practical experience in facilitating discussion and conducting exercises. You’ll learn how to make the learning experience enjoyable, too.

Time: 4½ hours
  • Conducting warm-up exercises
  • Determining participants’ expectations
  • Conducting a gap analysis
  • Writing training objectives
  • Identifying the characteristics of an effective trainer
  • Conducting an effective role-play
  • Determining presentation styles
  • Preparing a lesson plan
  • Handling difficult behavior
  • Applying your skills


From Speaker to Trainer (Item 257)

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