This week we continue the series on my learnings from conducting Train the Trainer. This post will cover the fifth type of content we need to provide to our audience: Handy Content. Handy meaning practical, useful, and can be applied after they finish going for your session. As trainers, we are not entertainers, though we try to provide engagement for the audience. We need to ensure that our audience takes away practical knowledge so that when they go back home or to their of
This week we look at the fourth type of content we as trainers need to prepare for our students. The content must be CLEAR. What do I mean? It means that the student has to understand what is being said, what the key takeaways or messages to bring home are. It is no use if we use complicated themes and examples if we cause confusion at the end of the day. Remember that we seek to teach and have students learn. Our goal is not to merely impress our audience, but learning has t
Today we continue looking at Content creation for a trainer. What type of content is good for your audience and participants?
We looked at Researched and Educational Content. Today I want to highlight Accessible content.
What do I mean? Accessible means that the student have the opportunity or way to get the content. What ever we teach or show our audience needs to be available for the heaters to get, either through us, or later when they go home. We can provide the conten
This week we continue to explore the type of content a trainer should provide for his or her participants. Last week we covered Researched Content. Today I want to highlight Educational Content. What is that? The materials have to be able to cause the students to learn something, many things. The participants should go home after the session knowing something more than when they arrive. That should be the minimum value added service we can and must provide as a teacher or tra
In this series we have looked at the Trainer’s Mindset the past three weeks. For the next few weeks we are going to explore the types of content we need to serve up to our participants or audiences.
Today we look at Researched Content. What do I mean? The content we teach, for all intents and purposes should be well researched, to ensure that it is, to the best extent we can, true, accurate and sufficient. True: with fake news going around like wildfire everyday, the authen