Project Description

Widening and sharing the power of teaching and learning

Train the Trainer


  • Identifying training needs
  • Planning: introduction, lectures, metaphors and exercises, training outcomes
  • The basics of verbal, para-verbal and non-verbal communication
  • The basics of public speaking | structure and delivery
  • The practice of welcoming a group: icebreaking tactics
  • How to structure the trainer’s communicative process so as to make the training successful: the “CMD” approach
  • Making the most of attention spans and the rhythms of learning to encourage acceptance and application of the subjects in the programme
  • Conclude the training by pointing students in the direction of tools that will help them apply what they have learned to their day-to-day
  • Alternate teaching tools to accommodate every learning style: brainstorming, role play, case studies, problem solving, psychology and creative games, applying past experiences to the subject/target


  • Plan a training course that aligns with your requirements, targets, context and available time
  • Establish, during the planning and micro-planning stages, the right balance between lectures, training “metaphors” and active learning
  • Create an effective structure for your training plan and apply it. It should combine teaching objectives, content, methods and time management
  • Shrewdly manage interruptions, questions and objections during training


  • Interactive lessons in the classroom, including practical exercises, simulations, content planning and tool choice
  • Sharing best practices, action plans, postcards