Train the Trainer
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About this course
Reasons to attendThis one-day interactive training gives you some hints and tricks on how to improve your training skills, how to design a perfect training, and on the different types of audiences. You get some personal advice on your behaviour and the use of your presentation material
- Documents and materials related to this course are included
- Globally recognised certificates awarded after test completion
- This course has been granted PharmaTrain Recognition
Course DescriptionThis very interactive training 1-day training on “how to become a successful trainer” has the goal to teach you the ins and outs of standing in front of an audience, how to design a great training and deal with personalities in the training room.
After attending this training you will feel confident to carry over your knowledge to trainees.
By knowing your training style and the possible styles of the others you will be able to design an amazing training, targeted to specific audiences.
Birgit Gram Øllgaard
Boehringer Ingelheim Danmark A/S
I truly enjoyed the training with Liesbeth. I learned a lot and we had good discussions and interactions. Liesbeth has worked with my company before and that was definitely an advantage. She was able to adjust the training to my very specific needs and that was greatly appreciated. I do recommend this course to everyone delivering training.
This training gave me clarity on successful training methodology, increased my confidence, and provided lots of ideas on keeping classroom lively and enjoyable, effective venue. I enjoyed the energy of the trainer, sharing ideas, practising, giving talk on a potential distractive attendee. I would highly recommend this course as it provides good balance of theory of learning, innovative hints on improving your delivery as a Trainer and fascinating insight into classroom psychology.