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					PREFACE: Training departments are beginning to realize that people do not learn effectively by passively consuming information. It is a waste of training money and yields low return on investment. Participants typically retain 5% - 30% of information in average training programmes. We show you how to increase retention up to 90% or more. Our programme gives you access to tools, strategies and techniques orchestrated in a fashion that elevates learning to a new level of experience and efficacy. The program focuses on practical, proven, leading edge techniques and strategies that both new and experienced trainers can begin to use immediately with success through instant rapport with participants and get buying from the beginning. Content logically and simply in a brain friendly fashion the optimum environment for your training. Engage the audience in multi-faceted, ingenious ways to facilitate learning and combine compelling audio & visual aids to utilize more senses. Creative and stimulating delivery formats for dry, technical material, partner and group activities applicable in attaining goals. Information from shortterm to long-term memory and design a seamless, multi-sensory training that will have Accelerated Learning strategies for boosting results, super - charged training. Build, Deliver, Orchestrate, Use, Choose, Facilitate, Transfer, Plan, Apply and much more…We show you how to optimize your training environment and training programs to achieve outstanding learning results.


 On completion of ‗Train The Trainer‘ program participants will be able to design, develop and conduct high impact training.  Learn to identify learning styles of learners.  Able to Use 5R‘s for learning.  To Use tools and techniques to maximize learners‘ participation.  Able to use 4P‘s in training. TRAINING TOPICS:  Understanding How Adults Really Learn  Different (4) Learning Styles and How To Accommodate Them  Engagement Strategies For Enhanced Learning  Energizing E- Learning  Combining Media To Make An Impact  Presenting Information For Optimum Comprehension and Recall  Key Presentation Strategies  Handling ―difficult‖ participants with ease  Introduction to Retina Accelerated Learning (RAL) methodology  The traditional approach to learning versus the AL approach  How Adult Learns  The different needs of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners  RATS principle—training strategies for each type  How to reach all learning modalities when conducting training

 Keeping your participants alert, engaged, open and relaxed  Using rapport-building techniques with success  Using activities and games to reinforce the learning  Management games and E-games

 Implementing a variety of learning exercises  Inherent problems with computer-based training and what to do about  How to make computer-based training practical for all learning styles  Games and activities that will make the learning process more effective  Special room set-up allowing for a flexible and fluid training environment  Avoiding ―death by power point‖. Use simple methods to create  Compelling visuals—what to include and what to leave out  Do's and don'ts of PowerPoint  Using brain-compatible flip-chart techniques  Using music to enhance learning  Why ―data dumping‖ is severely counter-productive  Various techniques to reinforce memorization and ―lock in‖ new content  How peripherals can significantly increase learning  HOT Tips for your trainer toolbox  How to ―chunk‖ information for easy assimilation  ―Signal phrases‖ and how to use them  How to revisit content in multiple ways and why it's so important  What to do when there's not enough time to deliver all the material  Techniques for effectively dealing with the most common types

 Prevention strategies to avoid the encounter in the first place  Listening Skills  How To Field Questions  Brain-Compatible Training Techniques  Presentation Skills—Voice & Body Language  Creating ―stage presence‖  The Do's and Don'ts of Presenting

 Opening a Training Session  Closing a Training Session  common myths  3 levels of listening  How to encourage ―active listening‖  10 tips to become a better listener  Avoid 3 common mistakes when responding to questions  When should you re-direct questions?  5 tips on fielding questions  How to ensure equal ―air-time‖ for everyone in the room  Brain facts  Why you need to present information to both sides of the brain  Brain energizers  Assessing your voice  Strengthening your voice  Using your voice for maximum impact

 The power of the pause  How to achieve an even ―pace‖  How to use tone and inflection to convey your message  Why varying your volume can make a difference  How to avoid ―verbal sabotage‖  Ensuring that your body language is congruent with your message  Avoiding annoying gestures that detract from your message  Learning to move with purpose  Injecting energy and grace into your movements  Including your audience

 How you look  How you sound  What you say  Practical tips  How to build ―instant‖ rapport with participants and melt resistance  Overcoming learning barriers  Setting ground rules and why they are important in participative training  Common mistakes to avoid  Allowing reflection on the content to create a sense of ―ownership‖  Wrap-up techniques to cement the commitment to continued learning and application  Physical & Mental Energizers  How To Debrief an Activity  How To Give Feedback/Coaching

 5 Deadly Mistakes Trainers Should Avoid  Liven Up Your Training (special bonus section)  Creating an Optimum Training Environment (no matter where you train!)  Mini-presentations (time-permitting)  Instructional Design Strategies & Tools  3 key words for Objective of the programme  The number 1 factor affecting learning that most trainers don't even know  About and how to use it to boost comprehension and retention  Directing the group's focus  Helping ALL learners keep up with the pace of classroom instruction  Recharge a group when the energy is waning  Increase alertness and attention

 Skillfully ―draw out‖ the learning  Making the intangible tangible  Using a clear-cut model for effective debriefs  Questions to use with any group  Making feedback easy using a 5 step process  Understanding what creates a negative training climate and shuts down  Learning activities and games you can easily replicate that will motivate  Learners, boost their energy and make retention soar  How the environment impacts learning  Elements of a positive, stimulating training environment  4 important factors for choosing a room

 What to do when you have no choice  You will have an opportunity to prepare and deliver one or more mini presentations  To receive personal feedback and coaching from the lead trainer and peers  Instructional Design: The basics  Crucial design elements for deep transformative learning  How to organize and sequence content in a logical, brain-friendly fashion  The secret unveiled: The 5R‘s of Accelerated Learning training  How to create compelling, interactive handouts/workbooks  How do we know they know? Assessment strategies  Bonus: Our handy AL Course Design check list  Evaluation – Most valuable topic  Designing brochure of the programme  Designing brochure of the Training company  Designing E-flier of the training programme

 Designing E-brochure of the programme Benefits: 1. Join an international group of accredited training professionals. 2. Qualify to facilitate Knowledge Inc.‘s selected programmes. 3. Cut learning time and cost. 4. Improve training results with increased learner application. 5. Learn how to use high involvement tools that make training very much effective.

TRAINING TOOLS: Films, power point presentation, Training Manual, White Board, Flip Chart, Participants handbook and unconventional tools. TRAINING PEDAGOGY: Brainstorming, Icebreaking, Group Dynamics, Buzz Group, In basket, Management games, Management Exercise, E- games, Q & A, Lecture and discussion leading. Duration: 3 days Date: 25th, 26th and 27th June, 2009 Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Place: Hotel Cambay, Ahmedabad

Certification: Certificate will be issued to the participant at the end of the programme. Certificate will be issues by ICKI, Canada and CETY, Mexico.

Registration: For Indian participant: Rs. 21,000/ each for group of 5 persons. Rs. 23, 000/ for two and more persons and Rs. 25, 000/ per person. Payment shall be made in favour of Knowledge Inc. Ahmadabad. Register in Rs.20, 000/ before 5th June, 2009 and avail the discount. For Non-Indian participants Programme Fees will be $500. It includes meals, manual, certification charges and training fees. Accommodation will be made by the participants. (We offer services of accommodation on special request.) FOR WHOM:  In-house Trainers – Sales, Product, Soft skills, etc.  Heads / Managers of training function  HR Heads / Managers who control training as a part of HR  Product / Marketing Managers who are involved in training  Line Sales Managers; the real day to day mentors & coaches  CEO‘s/Presidents/VP‘s who want to drive training with the help of fresh idea  Head of academic institutes and organizations

HURRY!!!! Limited seats only and last date is 5th June, 2009

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