Instructor Development Workshops (IDW)

Topic Category

It’s important to present like a professional. Attendees’ quick judgments are based on how  the  instructors are perceived - beginning with their first contact through the presentation of the  material content. If your trainers  are not  good speakers, or they design lackluster programs, then they are giving the  participants a false perception of their expertise. During this course, attendees will be exposed to a mixture  of training and  development applications as well as professional speaking techniques which  will help  ensure programs are as dynamic and effective as possible. After all, it’s about the  attendees and how  well they are able to learn what  is taught. And that is ultimately  how  the  company and  its trainer’s performance are judged.

Type of learning methodologies used to engage the audience:

•     Group Exercises  – Case  study

•     Role Play (on a selective basis)

•     Hands-on Group Exercises

•     Interactive Questioning

•    Participant Presentation

•     Power Point Presentation

•     Humor and  Demonstration