Leading training for both staff and volunteers is quite often part of many roles in voluntary organisations. This two day course enables you to learn the essential practice for turning what otherwise might have been a ’briefing session’ into a training course that facilitates learning.
This course aims to teach you how to become an effective trainer and ways to design and lead training. The course is based upon the main elements of the qualifications in training practice.
- Give you a good grounding in the roles and understanding of being a trainer.
- Refresh and deepen participants understanding of how adults learn.
- Learn how to plan, prepare and deliver training courses and workshops.
- Provide a set of frameworks and tools for identifying training & development needs.
About the Trainer
Duncan Wallace is an accredited coach with over 15 years experience of coaching managers, leaders and all sorts of people. He has twice won national awards for his coaching and mentoring supporting small voluntary organisations across Scotland. He has set up coaching and mentoring schemes in many different settings, trains coaches and is fascinated by how coaching works as a process of support.
“Great course which gave me lots of ideas that I can put straight into practice in developing my own training programme.”
“I feel more confident that I was on the right track. I look forward to implementing new ideas and tools I have learnt about when I do future training.”
Remember to apply for our Training Grant as this will help cover half the cost of the course.