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113. Training a Trainer (Learnings): 9. Content - Handy

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 offices, they can change something, either their ways of doing things or their mindset about certain ideas or topics.

What do you teach? Will your audience find it handy?

Think about it as you plan your sessions, moving forward.

Happy teaching!

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