seminar full day onsite / 3 x 90 minutes online


This is a highly participatory program designed to teach participants the skills and   techniques to design, prepare, and deliver highly engaging training.

Participants will identify different learning styles and understand the role of adult-learning theory. They will discuss the difference between facilitation and presentation, identify the benefits of each, and determine the best use of visual aids and tools for each program they deliver. In addition, participants will explore classroom management, learning how group dynamics impact the design and delivery of a training session.

To ensure each participant is confident in implementing the principles and techniques covered, there will be plenty of opportunities to practice new skills throughout the day, with peer review and facilitator feedback. By the end of the program, participants will develop principle-based skills that can be quickly applied to ensure they deliver highly impactful training.

We have two versions of this program—one to help with onsite, in-person skills and one to help with online skills.

Here’s a summary of our TRAIN-THE-TRAINER program. Contact us if you’d like to see a detailed curriculum overview.


What is the fundamental principle that underpins this program?
  • Trainers who have learned and practiced the principles of training others deliver better results.


during the program, participants will …
  • Understand more about adult-learning principles to make training more effective.
  • Realize the impact of involving trainees in their own learning.
  • Gain a better appreciation of different learning activities and their benefits.

Behavior & Results

during the program, participants will …
  • Explore the differences between presentation and facilitation.
  • Create learning maps that use a variety of techniques to aid application.
  • Review best practices for designing and evaluating training activities.