Training of Trainers (TOT) program provides you with deep insights into the art of training and facilitation of educational techniques as well as the know-how of developing an interactive course curriculum. Our TOT course will transform skill set, refining them to make a confident and competent professional trainer. Attendees will explore the psychology behind the learning mechanism of adults/mature learners and take a systematic approach to deliver training sessions that meet participants' needs.
Identifying the characteristics of an exceptional trainer
Conducting short group training sessions that incorporate key training concepts
Developing an effective training style, using appropriate training aids and techniques
Understanding the key principles of effective communication
Explaining various methods for making lecture-based programs active
Describing a needs analysis and why it is a necessary step in any training program
Knowing how to write training objectives and evaluate it
Developing a training program structure
Presenting information in a clear, concise, engaging manner
Target Audience :
Anyone who needs to sharpen his knowledge and skills in Train the Trainer
Trainers (from the ILO and other UN Agencies, as well as the EC and other development cooperation entities) who serve on international development projects;
Technical specialists and project staff who engage with constituents and other stakeholders;
Facilitators who manage learning and change processes;
Teachers and vocational education experts seeking to introduce innovation into their curricula so as to contribute to the flourishing of their learners' potential and creativity;
Human Resources managers working for ministries, public agencies, enterprises and trade unions who need to improve their learning coordination and supervision;
Union representatives who are responsible for human development.
Stages of interpersonal communication
The training steps & stages
Overhead projector demonstration
Essentials of effective training
Components of learning
Nurturing motivation and the incentive to learn
Principles of adult learning
The learning cycle
The learning process
The trainer's role
Putting self in the position of the learner
Giving and receiving feedback
Motivation and creating positive attitudes toward learning
Dealing with difficult situations
Identifying the audience
Performing a needs analysis
Outlining the program
Differences between training and presenting
Training vs. showing the user
Researching and writing the program
Testing the program & managing questions and answers
Clues and tips in questions
Types of activities
Identifying the learner's preferred sensory system
Psychology of adult learners and their learning mechanism
Facilitating effective "uptake" and recall strategies in learning
Quick and easy games
Troubleshooting games & Visual aids and presentation tips
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Things to do and places to visit in Cairo
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Take a vacation in Cairo and you can:
Visit the Great Sphinx of Giza, one of Ancient Egypt's great mysteries.
Explore the ramparts of the Salah El-Din Citadel.
Join locals drinking coffee at Fishawi Café, one of Cairo's first cafes and most important meeting spots.
Marvel at the seemingly endless historical artifacts on display at the Egyptian Museum.
Learn about the Ummayad, Ottoman, and Ayyubbid dynasties and more at the Museum of Islamic Art.
Haggle for souvenirs and gifts at the Khan el-Khalili souk.
See one of the world's oldest universities at the Al-Azhar Mosque, one of the city's original mosques.
Take a tour of the showstopping Giza pyramids.
Savor local cuisine such as mezze in the old city.
Wander through the labyrinth-like streets of Coptic Cairo, the city's ancient quarter, and spot Roman relics.