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Hi All,

I am running a TTT course soon to help SME's coach users on a software product.

Any recommendations on the best way to go about this?  I think that I need to keep the session short and interactive and focus on how to structure a learning session, session size, objective setting, ic breakers, classroom management etc...

Any thoughts / templates?

Thanks

5 Responses

  1. Confused

    Hi Steph

    I'm a bit confused. Why did they give you the job of running a TTT if you don't know how to run a TTT?

  2. TTT – Confused

    Hi Steve,

    Was looking for a little support / best practice advice from a learning community of as there is nobody else in the organisation to do this.  I haven't ran an TTT in some time so was looking for a steer or perhaps validation from people who have done this – effectively.

    This forum is full of requests for help, templates, knowledge sharing and actively promotes shared ideas amongst its community, I'm just trying to tap into that, improve and most importantly deliver a useful session.

     

     

  3. Ill try

    Hello again

    I'll have a go…

    structure a learning session

    Bite size chunks of no more than 5 minutes each with a clear beginning and summary

    session size

    As above. http://www.bitesizeltd.com/ is a great example of how to deliver software training

    objective setting

    At the end of this session you will be able to…http://www.wikihow.com/Write-Training-Objectives

    ic breakers

    Not needed unless your delegates are 5 years old

    classroom management

    Assuming your delegates are adults and the training is relevant they should behave themselves

    etc…

    Not sure about this one?

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