Knowledge, Skills and Strategies
Training of Trainers (5 days)How to design, deliver and follow-up a training course
Courses in 2011
30 May - 3 June, Geneva. Early bird fee available until 30 March, registration and payment deadline: 30 April.
Course fee and registration
Early bird fee/full fee (in Swiss Francs CHF, more information):
- Non-OECD: CHF 1450/1700, approx. USD 1250/1500
- OECD: CHF 1950/2200, or approx. USD 1750/2000
To register, please fill in this form and send it to us by email. For further enquiries, please contact us.
Knowing a subject is not enough to train on it. Training adults requires specific competencies. This course provides methods and tools to ensure efficient learning processes. It focuses on adult learning principles, and includes all stages of the learning cycle:
This course is also available in French. Ce cours peut également être animé en français.
Click here to download the course leaflet (PDF format).
Who should attend
The course will benefit in particular:
At the end of the course, participants have understood the basics of adult learning and are able to train a group in full respect of the methods, techniques and tools for adult learning.
Participants are able to identify training needs, to design a training session and to ensure a proper follow-up of a course both for the clients (evaluation) and for the trainees (knowledge transfer).
The training course is based on a series of modules, which can be adapted to the requirements of the course participants. The emphasis is put on practice and exercises rather than on presentations:
As a participant, you can obtain an individual consultation from the trainer during the course on how to further develop a project of your own, or on another subject of your choice.
If there are no management courses for NGOs in your country yet, please read about our partnership approach, the benefits for partner organisations and three simple steps to organize the training courses for NGOs in your community.
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