Deliver Impactful Training Using Engaging Activities

MDIS


Course introduction

“Learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience”.  David Kolb

Would you prefer to attend training where it’s just lectures or would you prefer training where there are activities to enhance your learning experience, engages you and you learn better? 

As a trainer/facilitator/instructor/coach, we do need deliver the training and meet the training objectives.  How could we do so with more than just lectures? 

Learning activities could be used to enliven your training in a more impactful and engaging way.



Course Benefits


Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;

  • Apply a structure to deliver training activities
  • Use a range of training activities to energise, engage and deliver impactful training sessions
  • Create a positive learning environment 
  • Use the prepared slides for their next training session



Target Audience


Trainers/facilitators (especially those new in delivering training) who would like to learn how to include training activities in their training sessions.



Course Outline


Introduction of Workshop Objectives & Outline
Structure to deliver training activities

  • Objective of activity
  • Instructions of the activity
  • Things to observe during the “play” of the training activity
  • Process the learning points
Types of Training Activities
  • Introductory ice-breakers
  • Energisers
  • Communication
  • Team building
  • Problem solving
Application (Skills Practices) of Training Activities
  • Introductory ice-breakers: a “play through” of at least 3 activities using the structure to deliver training activities
  • Energisers: a “play through” of at least 3 activities using the structure to deliver training activities|
  • Communication: a “play through” of at least 2 activities using the structure to deliver training activities
  • Team building: a “play through” of at least 2 activities using the structure to deliver training activities
  • Problem Solving: a “play through” of at least 2 activities using the structure to deliver training activities



Available Course Sessions


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Trainer Profile


Grace

Grace is a highly dynamic and enthusiastic trainer/facilitator and consultant. She has been in the training and development profession for over 30 years with more than 20 years’ experience in consulting, designing, developing and delivering training workshops.

She has delivered training workshops to over 7,500 participants and has received excellent ratings.

She has a passion for the training and development of people and is a firm believer in the enhancement of human capital and life-long learning. Her unique and effective style of communication and her flair in bringing complicated concepts across effectively have greatly helped executives & employees in this region in their work performance. Her last position was that of Training Manager of the Call Centre for the largest local bank. She was responsible for building the training and development plans for over 300 staff in the Centre.

Over the years, she has held responsibilities in areas of learning and development including managing the training function, consulting with organisations, designing, consulting, developing and facilitating training workshops in the areas of customer service, telephone communication, team building, personal effectiveness, business manners & social etiquette, western dining etiquette, train-the-trainers, DISC Personality Profiling, Multiple Intelligences Profiling. Her professional alignments are with the Institute of Technical Education where she trains the Train-the-Trainers Programme.



 

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