Train The Trainer


Training is an essential element of development in any organization. Some individuals become trainers because they are passionate about sharing their knowledge and about helping people. Others become trainers because their employer asks them to get involved in mentoring, training, or coaching new or existing employees. Trainers also get started when they want to make some changes to their daily activities, but wish to continue contributing to a particular organization or industry. This workshop is designed for a trainer or anyone who wants to become a trainer and develop training programs that are meaningful, practical, and will benefit both trainees and the organizations


To develop or enhance effective training skills in individuals


Module I: Training session planning and Designing

Key topics covered are:

How do adults learn?

  • Principles of Adult Learning
  • Motivating the adult learner

 Training Program Design and Planning

  • Designing the training program
  • Writing learning objectives
  • Planning a Workshop
  • Preparing a Lesson plan
  • Designing and conducting on-the-job-training
  • Purpose of an ice breaker / energizer
  • Resource planning

Module II: Facilitation / Delivery Skills

The objective of this part is to prepare a professional trainer who has effective presentation and facilitation skills. Participants will practice delivery through several rounds of short presentations and training sessions. Participants will learn how to use advanced training aides and tools including case studies, role-plays, surveys, self-assessments, and Audio/Visual tools.

 Key topics covered are:

What makes a Good Trainer?

  • Introductory presentation: Assessing your delivery skills
  • Characteristics of an Effective Trainer
  • Elements of a successful training program
  • Common Errors in Training delivery

Tuning Your Facilitation Skills

  • Use of Learning styles
  • The Art of Facilitation
  • Developing your training style
  • Tuning your presentation skills
  • Planning and preparing your training session
  • Focusing your energy on the training session
  • Overcoming Nervousness

Creating a relaxing and interactive training environment

  • Your Role as an Effective Communicator
  • Using non-verbal communication and effective body language
  • Setting the climate – Icebreakers
  • Managing the Question and Answer Period
  • Dealing with Difficult Trainees
  • Handling Difficult Situations when delivering training

Using Training Aides Effectively

  • Using Visual Aids effectively
  • Selecting suitable audio visual tools
  • Practicing the use of case studies in training:
  • Practicing the use of role plays in training
  • Using in-class hands-on exercises, self-assessments and surveys

Practice Sessions

  • Second Presentation: Practicing Delivery

Module III: Assessing and evaluating training

Here participants will be exposed to methods of assessing as to see if they had learned

  • Assessment of learning objectives
  • Evaluation of training

Module IV:

  • Final Assessment Presentation based on the learning
  • 30 minute MCQ paper to assess the theory and 10 minute practical presentation

Awarding the International certification by City & Guilds – UK

Entry Qualification


Introductory Award in Training Skills

Certification Awarding Body :

City & Guilds, UK


Certificate IV




Middle Managers

Senior Management