Become a confident trainer by developing an understanding of Adult learners and what motivates them to learn.
What’s it about?
Confidence as a trainer comes from the knowledge that you are well prepared in your topic and the resources you’ll use to present your information. Confidence, is also understanding that an effective trainer is someone who presents in a professional manner, is an effective communicator and has developed an awareness of the learning needs of their learner group.
MODULE 1JUMPING IN AS A FIRST-TIME TRAINER
|10 videos, 8 quizzes, 1 assessment||5 Jan – 11 Jan|
MODULE 2OUR BRAINS AT WORK: HOW DO PEOPLE LEARN?
|9 videos, 8 quizzes, 1 assessment||12 Jan – 18 Jan|
MODULE 3ASSESSING: HOW TO TELL IF STUDENTS ARE LEARNING
|9 videos, 8 quizzes, 1 assessment||19 Jan – 25 Jan|
MODULE 4DEVELOPING FLEXIBILITY IN TRAINING
|10 videos, 9 quizzes, 1 assessment||26 Jan – 1 Feb|
What will I learn?
- Jumping in as a first time trainer
- Qualities of a confident trainer
- Learning styles
- Building rapport
- How do people learn?
- Why do Adults learn
- Creating a safe learning environment
- How do you know if your students are learning?
- Why do we need to assess?
- Providing feedback to your learners
- Developing flexibility in training
- Dealing with difficult learners
- Addressing diversity
- Tips to becoming a confident trainer
This course requires approximately 2 – 4 hours of study per week, but can vary depending on the student. This includes watching videos, and taking quizzes and assessments. The total video time for this course is approximately 4 hours 11 minutes.
If you pass this course you’ll receive a Certificate of Achievement. While this certificate isn’t a formal qualification or credit, you can use it to demonstrate your interest in learning about this area to potential employers or educational institutions.
Where to from here?
If you love this course, why not take your studies further? Here are some accredited qualifications that could help you achieve your goals.