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Jul 03

creating outstanding master trainers

Published by Ralph Moody

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Target Training Associates are delighted to inform our clients that we offer a Master Trainer course that can truly help careers shine.

Whatever the industry, top training is absolutely essential, which means inspirational ideas, engaging delivery and complete relevance to the day-to-day needs of clients.  Accordingly, we now provide a Master Trainer course, a five-day masterclass that has been approved by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).

The Master Trainer course is ideal for people who would love to pursue a career in training, but do not yet have the relevant qualifications. Using intensive training techniques, we fast-track them into becoming informed, impressive trainers, with sound knowledge about structure and delivery, plus skills that are usually associated with far more experienced individuals.

With this superlative course delegates can:

Understand training principles – Learn how to do what the best trainers do so well

Build a training structure – Carry out best practice with well-structured sessions

Deliver a great course – Whether it is a 1-to-1 session, or group training, learn how to engage your audience

Excel at even the most advanced skills - From effective communication to emotional learning, embedded commands and spatial anchoring

Practise your skills – The most effective trainers practise techniques and delivery; we show you how

Excel in assessed sessions – Show what you know; put your skills into practice during an ILM-standard assessment.

…. plus much more!

Those who successfully complete the course will receive an Advanced PTT Train the Trainer certificate from the ILM. Just think - in five days you could learn the best way to become and outstanding trainer and take your career to a whole new level.

See our website here for further extended information.  To find out more about course details and dates, please call +44 (0)1665 605695 or email info@targettrg.co.uk.

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