San Francisco, California (PRWEB) July 27, 2012
A vast wealth of knowledge and industry know-how may be enough to give a professional trainer a foundation, but knowing the best way to engage a specific group or audience requires a different level of instruction. With this in mind, a new program aims to help trainers be much more effective in doing so.
The “High Impact Training: Advanced Train-the-Trainer BootCamp” isn’t your average bootcamp. This 2-day, high-powered platform puts together small groups of eight to properly educate them on effective methods of communication, body language, verbal delivery, group facilitation and more. This unique approach is completely hands-on, so that professional trainers can practice application of new techniques and knowledge in the confines of their training group.
The course kicks off with an intro, where ice breakers are employed to help participants get comfortable with the group. Coaching begins with an important self-assessment, so that professional trainers can get a clear idea of self-perceived strengths and weaknesses. Instruction modules follow on topics like coaching skills and presentation proficiencies. The next day, trainers will record a video of new applications and practices garnered from the previous day’s educational sessions specific to the person’s industry or current content. Participants also get a 5-minute video to be used as a calling card for future sessions, a significant marketing tool for anyone that does professional training.
This train the trainer-style of bootcamp aims to teach professional trainers how to relax during presentations as well as how to create an instant rapport with multicultural audiences. The program also shows trainers how to utilize acting techniques to be more effective and how to move in the space around them while conducting a session, among other elements of training.
This workshop is geared towards consultants, sales pros, small business trainers and coaches, corporate trainers, HR professionals and anyone else that frequently offers consultation, instruction or training in a business setting to multicultural audiences.
For more information on this innovative train-the-trainer program & method, or to get involved, contact C.V. Teague at Nextlevel Training, 350 Townsend St., San Francisco, CA at cvteague1(at)gmail(dot)com or visit http://www.trainerstraining.org to learn more.