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Tuesday 30/03/2021 - 09:00-17:15
Today’s manager is required to perform many duties and to assume numerous roles. One of these roles is that of trainer to their staff.
Indeed, in today’s fast paced and demanding business context, many managers are responsible for the development and training of their staff. From new staff induction, to on-the-job skills development and new product understanding, managers are required to communicate new knowledge and skills to their staff so as to enable them to perform their duties to the fullest of their potential.
In order to assume the role of trainer successfully, managers need to develop new skills and acquire new tools in order to maximize their proficiency in this critical area.
This programme will enable participants to deepen their understanding of how adults learn and apply this understanding so that they can deliver training that maximises the learning and understanding of their staff.
The purpose of the current programme is to enable managers to understand the principles of adult learning and how to structure and deliver training that participants can learn from and enjoy. Upon completion, participants will:
Basic Principles of Adult Education
Training Methods and Techniques
The Instructor’s Role
Handling Difficult Situations
A framework for training
This course is interactive in nature and participants will be actively involved, using their own experiences and challenges to reinforce and adapt the new knowledge and skills to their own reality, as well as examples, case studies and simulations provided by the trainer.
Use of self-assessments and reflective exercises will also allow participants to increase their self-awareness and provide opportunity for peer reflection and discussion.
The session will combine elements of PowerPoint presentations, Flip-chart notes, small group and open discussions, audio/visual material and experiential exercises.
This programme may be approved for up to 7 CPD units in Soft-skills and Personal & Professional Development. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.
Who Should Attend
The programme is suitable for all managers who take on training responsibilities within their existing role, or experienced trainers wishing to refresh skills.
Lefki is a former practitioner in sociology and psychology and as such, has a strong understanding of human behaviour and the motives that drive this. Using this knowledge in the design and implementation of her training, enables her to design and deliver programmes that are relevant and practical hence maximizing participants engagement and learning. With a distinctive passion for human improvement and development, she has been actively involved in training and development throughout her 20+ year professional journey, training and coaching both colleagues and clients. Over the course of this journey, she has earned the reputation as an engaging and effective professional whose excellent communication skills and supportive approach enables her deliver long-lasting results to her clients.
Lefki has extensive experience in the training of business professionals as well as coaching of individuals across, levels, industries and areas of specialty. Indeed, she has worked with many renowned organisations including Fortune 500 corporations and Government agencies locally as well as internationally. Her sector experience covers a broad spectrum, such as FMCG, Pharmaceutical, Information Technology, Education and Banking. Some of her most prominent courses include Managing People for High Performance, Harnessing Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace, Effective Communication that brings workplace results and How to Develop and Maintain High Performing Teams, all of which have earning positive evaluations as informative, relevant and practical.