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Giving classroom-based courses that have an impact and generate change

Teach what you know to create positive changes in your students.

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  • What are the educational goals of the training course? 

    This course of the High Performance Teams category aims to:

    • Provide the keys to preparing and managing structured face-to-face training courses which have a significant impact and allow students to acquire new knowledge, attitudes, skills or abilities, and which lead to changes in their behaviour making them grow as professionals or people.
    • Reflect on the practical implementation of successful approaches towards this skill in our day-to-day work.

    Who is this course intended for?

    This course can be taken by any professional who needs to learn how to prepare and give face-to-face training courses. It is especially suitable for those professionals who must train their teams or colleagues at work in matters related to procedures, products, etc. It is also recommended for anybody who would like to learn about the key factors of face-to-face training, broaden their knowledge in this area or those who want to take significant steps in their career.

    What professional competences will you develop during the course?

    Successfully offering face-to-face courses requires putting into practice a series of skills and behaviours which help to have an impact on and produce change in the participants.

    In this course you will learn how to:

    • Prepare the face-to-face session.
    • Generate interest and hold attention from the start.
    • Structure and streamline content by applying new methodologies.
    • Handle different attitudes and difficulties.
    • Close the session appropriately.

    Who are the experts accompanying you on the training course?

      

    Marina Ramos - GURU

    Doctor in psychology. Professor of the Psychology Department and the Master's in Teacher Training at the Rey Juan Carlos University.

    "Just knowing a subject is no longer enough to give a training course. Now you must be able to capture your audience, activate them and help them to learn by themselves."

    How can you enjoy this content?

    Self-Development Course

    InfoComplete course in multimedia format, which combines theoretical concepts, approved by the most prestigious authors, the most effective techniques and methodologies and interactive resources with a huge pedagogical impact for learning about the skills, its benefits and key behaviour.
    Duration: 6 hous
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  • 1. INTRODUCTION

    • Explanation by Marina Ramos about the requirements and advantages of offering high-impact face-to-face courses.
    • Raising students’ awareness about why it is important to develop this skill.

    2. DEFINITION OF THE SKILL

    • Introduction.
      • Benefits of using up-to-date face-to-face training.
    • Traditional vs. current training.
    • Current face-to-face training.
      • Relevant authors in training and learning.
      • Skill levels.
    • Difficulties and mistakes.
      • Common mistakes made by trainers.
      • Teacher/trainer difficulties.
    • Key approaches to leading face-to-face courses which have an impact and bring about change.
    • Self-assessment section.
    • Remember that... Summary of key ideas.

    3. PREPARING THE FACE-TO-FACE SESSION

    • Introduction to the behaviour.
      • Phases for designing a training programme.
    • Key factors to preparing a training session.
    • Preparation process.
      • Examples of the three purposes.
      • Features that affect the training process.
      • Room layouts.
      • Module structure.
      • Features of the resources.
    • Difficulties and mistakes.
    • Key approaches to preparing the training session.
    • Self-assessment section.
    • Remember that... Summary of key ideas.

    4. GENERATING INTEREST AND HOLDING ATTENTION FROM THE START

    • Introduction to the behaviour.
    • Connect with the audience
      • Reflect.
    • How to make introductions during the session.
      • Keys and examples which have an impact.
      • Introduction outline
    • How to make the introduction.
    • Difficulties and mistakes when generating interest.
    • Key approaches to generating interest from the start. 
    • Self-assessment section.
    • Remember that... Summary of key ideas.

    5. STRUCTURING AND STREAMLINING CONTENT BY APPLYING NEW METHODOLOGIES

    • Introduction to the behaviour.
      • Reflect.
    • Structuring the content.
      • Reference patterns for structuring. 
    • Streamlining content.
      • Examples of good vs. bad presentations.
      • Guidelines for using digital whiteboards or flip charts.
      • Examples of dynamics.
      • Difficulties and mistakes.
    • Key approaches to structuring and streamlining content by applying new methodologies.
    • Self-assessment section.
    • Remember that... Summary of key ideas.

    6. MANAGING ATTITUDES AND DIFFICULTIES

    • Introduction to the behaviour.
      • Some examples of difficulties.
    • Managing difficulties.
      • Recommendations for overcoming difficulties.
    • Managing different attitudes.
      • Roles and management of attitudes.
    • Questions as a tool.
      • Techniques for answering questions.
      • Recommendations for using questions.
    • Giving and receiving feedback.
      • Guidelines for giving feedback.
    • Key approaches to managing attitudes and difficulties.
    • Self-assessment section.
    • Remember that... Summary of key ideas.

    7. FINISHING THE SESSION APPROPRIATELY

    • Introduction to the behaviour.
    • Finishing the session.
      • Closing objectives.
      • Difficulties and mistakes when closing.
    • Key approaches to closing the session.
    • Self-assessment section.
    • Remember that... Summary of key ideas.

    8. CONCLUSIONS

    • The 10 Commandments of Good Work Practice.
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