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Trainer Development


I attended the Eureka! "Looking at training differently" course this year, and found it tremendously beneficial, but would like to know what other development opportunities I could consider.


Helen Wyatt

5 Responses

  1. Centre for Team Excellence
    The Centre from Team Excellence do some interesting work on Team Psychology – and run Advanced Facilitator courses for team and group events. They have some courses coming up in March this year. Have a look at their website (just type Centre For Team Excellence into the search engine).


  2. You will find it hard to top …

    You will find it hard to top Eureka! because their workshops are always brilliant but it depends in what way you now want to develop.

    If you want to look more closely at Facilitation skills there are some good options – Kaizen, Tony Mann at Masters of Change, not to mention our own (Matrix FortyTwo) workshops.

    If you are looking at developing materials using accelerated learning or brain-friendly techniques, again I can recommend Kaizen or us 🙂

    If you are still stuck, have a word with the Eureka! guys – I am sure that they will be able to advise you further. ‘Looking at training differently’ is only one of their workshops.

    Hope this helps.

  3. Holistic development

    If I might probe your understanding/reasoning for development; is this just for the training that you do or could it be wider. Have you considered development activities that are more personal or commercial over and above your operational development.

    The reason for asking is allied to our Standard which takes a holistic look at what a trainer, course developer and training adviser need to know and do. Check out the Standard and if applicable see which areas you can identify as developmental.

    Just a thought.

    Chief Executive

  4. Advanced train the trainer training?
    You might be interested in Reed Learning’s courses in this area – there’s an Advanced Train the Trainer course – 3 days on fine-tuning and developing your style. Or the Advanced Certificate in Professional Training Competence which is an accredited 8-day programme specifically for people who deliver training. Alternatively, for something a bit different, how about Speaking Professionally or The Art of Being Brilliant?

  5. Advancing your skills

    You say your course was about ‘looking at training differently’, so I wonder if the next step might be ‘looking at learners differently’? I say this because we run trainer development workshops and we focus on the deeper more subtle skills required for facilitating a learners experience.

    You might want to delve further into the human side of the learning process?


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