WELCOME TO TRAIN THE TRAINER!
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WELCOME TO TRAIN THE TRAINER!Slide2
This training seminar is designed to prepare training leaders to train Rotarians effectively.
ROTARY TRAINING MEETINGSSlide4
Learn about Rotary training meetings, their purposes, and recommended time frames.
Know which training meetings are held in your district and
Understand your role as a training
EventConvenerDistrict team training seminar Governor-electPresidents-elect training seminar (PETS)Governor-electDistrict training assemblyGovernor-electDistrict membership seminarGovernor-electDistrict leadership seminarGovernorDistrict Rotary Foundation seminarGovernorLeadership development programGovernorRotaract leadership trainingGovernor
DISTRICT TRAINING EVENTSSlide7
Ensure that participants learn.Follow the training plan for the session.Follow up on unanswered questions. Get permission from training committee for new handouts.
TRAINER ROLE AT THE MEETINGSlide8
Understand the characteristics of an adult learner.List the ways that adults best retain information.Understand how to use different training methods.
QUALITIES OF ADULT LEARNERSSlide11
Adults retain information that isInterestingApplicable to their daily livesReinforced with interactive activities
ADULT LEARNER UNDERSTANDINGSlide12
Describe the characteristics of a good facilitator.Explain different techniques used in facilitated discussion.
Explores critical issues through questioningCreates a safe environment for participationKeeps group focused and on scheduleNeutralizes negative behaviorProjects a positive image
A GOOD FACILITATORSlide15
Ask open-ended questions.Pose participant questions to group.Accept all comments without judgment.Correct misinformation respectfully.
EFFECTIVE FACILITATION TECHNIQUESSlide16
Discuss the different types of nonverbal communication.Describe how to adapt your training with respect to nonverbal communication.
VoiceFacial expressionsGesturesSilenceEye contactUse of space
TYPES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATIONSlide19
If participants seem . . .Try . . .UncomfortableDoing a “getting to know you” activityUninterestedTelling a story, doing an interactive activity, or using gestures for a livelier presentationConfusedGiving or asking for examples and allowing for questionsOpposed Asking for their thoughts on the subject
Identify techniques for managing time.Identify materials you need in a training room.
Begin and end sessions promptly.Distribute handout packets in advance.Prepare flip charts in advance.Ask each group to report its best idea (instead of all of its ideas).Use breaks to energize participants.
TIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUESSlide23
General room setup Training materialsEquipment
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN TRAINING ROOMSlide24
INTERACTIVE TRAINING ACTIVITIESSlide25
Understand benefits of using interactive activities.Identify techniques for making training interactive.
Maintain interest and refocus attention.Create comfortable atmosphere for expressing ideas.Reinforce concepts learned.Stimulate brain activity with physical movement.
BENEFITS OF INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIESSlide27
“Getting to know you” activityPair and shareVotingSmall groupsRole play
Thank you for attending
Train the Trainer!Slide29