Training courses

Train the Trainers Programme

Introduction

This course is intended for individuals whose task it is to carry out training programs in their specialist area and who aim to deliver tailor-made training programs in an efficient and effective way. Throughout the course the participants are active and learn through participation.

Course Content

The learning process

  • Icebreakers, Warm-ups or Closers
  • Feedback
  • Motivation
  • Maslow's needs
  • Arousal and Learning
  • How we learn
  • Learning styles

The teaching process

  • Trainer vs. Instructor vs. Coach vs. Facilitator
  • How do I motivate Learners? 
  • The seven steps of the andragogic process
  • Creating a positive learning atmosphere
  • Transfer of learning Verbal and non-verbal communication

The lesson

  • Phases of instruction
  • The six steps in the thinking process (Bloom)
  • Teaching approaches
  • Input Methods
  • Group Dynamics
  • Iceberg Model
  • Interaction
  • Training aids
  • Planning your lesson: how, when and why

Evaluation

Learning Objectives

See above.

Who should take this course

- Pre-service and in-service trainers with little or no formal training background with subject-matter expertise in the area to be taught/instructed, including (but not limited to):

  • Maintenance
  • CRM
  • Dispatch
  • Cabin Crew

Pre-requisites

- Subject matter expertise in the area wished to be taught/instructed.

- Participants are recommended to bring appropriate material for their own area of instruction to use as demonstration.

Duration

4 days including mini-lessons carried out by the participants. Day 1 starting at 9:00; day 4 ending at approximately 17:00.

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