Training is an investment in the future of your company.
Effective training means new employees become more productive faster, and it has a positive effect on morale and retention as well.
Skilled technicians are often expected to know how to teach, but doing and teaching are separate skills. Typical course offerings for supervisors are often not applicable to technical, hands-on professions.
Multiple methods for teaching and their applications
Learning styles and how to adjust for them
Methods for evaluation and checking progress
How to give effective feedback
Red flags for problems
Role of the mentor
…and much more
Who should attend?
Team leaders who regularly train new employees
Subject matter experts and others who want to more effectively pass on their knowledge
Our standard course has a focus on trainers/mentors for apprentices and technicians. Customized options for your company can focus on general and non-technical training.
100% of trainers who attended a Train the Trainer seminar would recommend it to their coworkers to improve their training and communication skills.
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“The training presented a systematic approach for relaying technical information to the students. It also provided me with step by step methods and proven teaching techniques that I’ve already put to use in my classes.”
Mike Tannoury | Trainer | Festo Didactic, Inc.
“The Train the Trainer seminar had an impact on me in my day to day contacts at work, home, and play. Before the seminar was even halfway done, I found myself reacting to situations with a totally different approach.”
James Schaumann | Maintenance Lead | Avient Corporation
“I found the combination of learning methods and styles most interesting. We really nailed down how to set goals and that helped me create my company training plan a lot.”
“Great seminar! It was filled with outstanding experience exchanges and discussions.”