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Aug 14

more to come from the trainers trainer

Published by Ralph Moody

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Target Training are really proud to announce further dates for our Professional Trainer Techniques (PTT) and Advanced PTT Train the Trainer programmes throughout the UK and to a growing international market.

The PTT Train the Trainer course aims to provide delegates with a great set of skills that can be used in any training environment.  Furthermore completing the advanced course will reinforce those advanced skills trainers need to ensure their audiences are engaged throughout.

The ILM accredited course regularly receives plaudits for motivating attendees for a career in training.  Founder of Target Training Ralph Moody believes that with some skills and techniques anyone can learn how to be an effective trainer.  He has recently been awarded the title of the Trainers Trainer and his aim is to positively influence all trainers to use effective training skills.

Speaking at a US conference in Miami he reinforced the key message he is getting across to trainers worldwide.  “Delivering training is an absolute privilege and therefore we must know how to do it properly”. He added, “To do this effectively requires knowledge on how to engage so that delegates attending training will want to return again and again”. 

Ralph’s book on delivering effective training will be published later this year.  His open courses are regularly being delivered in London, Oxford, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Aberdeen in the UK.  Ralph’s intention is to launch the open courses to an ever-expanding international market too.  “These are very exciting times and with the award of the Trainers Trainer along with launch of my new book, I see the future as being very positive”.

 The PTT and Advanced PTT are available in house or as open events, see the Target Training website www.targettrg.co.uk for further details.

 

 

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