Sep 06

Professional Trainer series takes off...

Published by Ralph Moody


Target Training are proud to announce the launch of their Professional Trainer series of events aimed at developing skills of in house and work based trainers.

Ralph Moody announced the launch at the Northumberland Expo, Kirkley Hall and stated his reasoning for wanting to provide effective training and development for individuals responsible for staff training in the workplace.  “We have delivered Train the Trainer programmes for several years and we have built up a reputation in this field.  Our courses have always gone down very well with individuals who are new to training as well as those who are already established in the sector. Therefore, it made sense to offer additional services to further improve trainer skills even further”.  The company's Professional Trainer Techniques (PTT) programme has already been identified as the ideal pre-requisite for any individual entering into training and the new range of courses are aimed at complementing this established programme.  The company has launched a series of half day training sessions on key areas that trainers need such as using PowerPoint, designing training activities and using questioning in training.  Additionally the company has launched the follow on to the PTT course, the Advanced PTT which provides attendees with techniques to deliver greater effective training and focuses on reasoning and motivational techniques.  This course has just been given a further boost by obtaining accreditation through the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM). “Individuals who complete our PTT programme often suggested that we should offer further training opportunities and the launch of our Professional Trainer series aims to meet this need.  Added to that is our Advanced PTT which will improve delivery techniques and will take trainers to a whole new level”.

For further information regarding the Professional Trainer series you can contact Target Training on 01665 605695 or email Further course information can be found on the website at


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