You already know that an adult’s learning style is different than a child’s, and training based on theories and lectures is not the most effective approach for delivering programs. But how do you actually develop your training around the principles of adult learning?
Train the Trainer: Planning, Designing & Evaluating Training helps you make your own training programs more effective using proven approaches for adult learning. This program focuses on helping you with your specific content and audiences and how to combine them in a way that creates an engaging program. The result? A positive, memorable learning experience and lasting impact for you and your participants in your training programs.
*Bundle all three Train-the-Trainer programs for $2,195.
Jul 25-26, 2017 (8:30am-4pm)
Oct 10-11, 2017 (8:30am-4pm)
Click here to download a PDF program brochure including an overview, benefits, facilitator information and other program details.
Train the Trainer: Planning, Designing & Evaluating Training helps you to develop a new, more energized and more effective classroom learning experience. You’ll learn how to save time and money during the design process. And more importantly, you’ll add to, modify and edit one of your existing training programs so that it becomes a more learner-focused and results-oriented training design, and serves as a model for other training programs you develop.
Train the Trainer: Planning, Designing & Evaluating Training is the second session in our popular Train the Trainer Series Certificate Program. This program can be taken as standalone class, but to have the most impact, we encourage individuals to take the entire Train the Trainer Series – How Adults Learn, Planning, Designing and Evaluating Training and Proven Classroom Training Techniques. A Series discount is available for those enrolling in all 3 programs.
If you are a training facilitator you will sharpen your delivery skills and develop new instructional techniques. If you are a training developer, this session will help you design programs that meet the needs of the facilitator as well as the learners.
Create the kind of training that produces a positive, memorable learning experience and lasting impact for your participants by:
In this interactive 2-day program you will:
Ed is an experienced and dynamic trainer, a leader in the field, and President of Management Training Consultants, Inc. a firm that specializes in Train-The-Trainer programs. He has conducted training programs for top fortune 100 corporations in all industries including: Apple, Dun & Bradstreet, Ford Motor and Walt Disney World to name a few.
His previous work experience includes a faculty position in a graduate program in adult learning at the University of Rhode Island. He was elected department chairman and served in this capacity for two years. Later, as a director of a training and development function at Carney Hospital, he created, staffed and managed a department of eleven people.
Ed was a former member of the National Speakers Association and the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). He was a charter member and past President of Rhode Island Chapter of ASTD. He also served as the chairman of the Massachusetts ASTD Advanced Trainer’s Forum, and was Assistant Regional Vice President of Region I, ASTD.
During his career as a training professional, Ed has published articles in HRD Review, Hospital Progress, Employer Services Digest, ASTD Training and Development Journal, and Training News. He has also authored and published the following manuals: Powerful Presentations That Get Results; Planning, Designing and Evaluating Training; Proven Classroom Training Techniques; and How Adults Learn: 15 Practical Tips. He has presented at ASTD National and Regional Conferences, Training’s Cost Effective Training, the American College of Health Care Administrators, and at The Poynter Institute for Reporting, Writing; Editing Faculty.
On repeated occasions over the past six years, Ed Jones has scored a perfect “10″ evaluation rating from every trainer in attendance.