CERTIFIED MASTER TRAINER – AOSH
AOSH Certified Master Trainer (Train the Trainer)
Gain a practical, how-to overview of the entire training function. Through modeling of the best practices and latest techniques in training delivery, discover the 4Ps of training:
Presentation & Facilitation
New trainers will gain a strong foundation in critical training skills and experienced trainers will be introduced to new approaches for delivering effective training.
The AOSH UK Certified Master Trainer (Train the Trainer) Certificate content is practical and grounded in the real world, not just academic theory. This program focuses on what happens before, during, and after you deliver training, and what to do if training is not the right solution. Learner feedback indicates high value in the following areas: student engagement, expert facilitation and applicable tools and techniques.
How long will it take?
Delivery would typically be through 3 days face to face training course
Who Should Attend?
This program is ideal for new or experienced trainers who have not had formal education in training. It is also for those trainers who need a refresher to improve their classroom techniques and methods to transfer learning to work situations. AOSH UK Train the Trainer programs are designed primarily for learning professionals – trainers, instructional designers, and organizational development practitioners – but would also benefit anyone within an organization who is responsible for developing others, from managers to human resources specialists.
Participation in the full program is mandatory in order to receive the certificate of completion. Participants who miss more than two hours of the entire program will not be eligible to receive the certificate. Participants who fulfill the attendance requirement will receive a certificate at the end of the program. Certificate validity The AOSH UK Certified Master Trainer (Train the Trainer) program is valid for a period of three years.
Describe the training cycle. Identify and determine the need for training—what, who, and how. Write effective learning objectives. Design participant-oriented learning materials and exercises. Apply adult learning concepts, develop supportive climates, and customize off-the-shelf materials. Use training activities and alternatives to lecture, Use a range of strategies for different learning needs, and create effective questioning techniques. Prepare properly for a training session, and prepare participants to foster learning. Manage and encourage participants of all backgrounds and learning styles Address challenging participants and behaviours. Present and facilitate a training program, including the use of audiovisuals and handouts. Evaluate program impact at different levels using a variety of methods. Identify the five levels of evaluation.