Facilitating training can be quite scary for those who are new to training, or those who don’t do it that often. If training is new to you, or not your main job it’s easy to focus on ‘learning’ the material and presenting things clearly. Whilst this a great place to start, it will not make for a successful learning event if you can’t adapt the workshop, respond to group needs and be flexible in your approach.
- The principles of how people learn (and what this means for facilitators)
- Running interactive and engaging learning events
- Adapting learning events without losing the core content
- Handling difficult situations
It’s written from a PRACTICAL perspective, although you will learn a little about some of the theory that supports good practice. The aim is to provide you with a practical handbook that you can dip in and out of, and use as necessary.
With 63 pages, including how to prepare an event, trouble-shooting and flexible techniques that can be used in multiple situations, this guide is a must for all facilitators.