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Making Live Training Lively

Training has to be fun. Simple as that. To inspire changed behaviors and adoption of new practices, training has to be interesting, motivating, stimulating and challenging. Training also has to be engaging enough to maintain interest, as trainers today are forced to compete with handheld mobile devices, interruptions from texting, email distractions, and people who think they can multi-task. Many trainers cringe at the term edutainment, the necessity of education to be entertaining. But the fact is: if class time is boring – regardless of how important – your efforts will fail. Regardless of the content, to boost interest and retention, training has to be interactive.
Duration: 1 day   |   Location : Online
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Virtual Lecturer-led Interactive Teaching (VLIT)

Virtual instruction environments are designed to simulate the traditional classroom or learning experience. Instructor-led training is still the number one delivery method of choice because it allows you to interact and discuss the training material, either individually or in a group setting, and you gain access to expert knowledge from certified instructors. This form of guided learning is impactful and produces positive learning outcomes. Day, evening and Saturday classes are offered.

Part 1: Start Off on the Right Foot 

  • Draw the Right People to Your Training  
  • Arrange for an Endorsement  
  • Tailor Your Training to the Attendees  
  • Take Notice of the Group Mix  
  • Understand Generational Differences  
  • Create a Welcoming Environment  
  • Pique Interest in the Topic  
  • Begin with a Bang  
  • Focus on Results from the Start  
  • Establish Your Credibility as a Trainer  
  • Connect with Your Participants 
  • Show That You Care  

Part 2: Rev Up Participants with Your Delivery Style 

  • Warm Up the Group for Participation  
  • Choose Good Icebreakers  
  • Enliven Your Delivery  
  • Include an Element of Surprise  
  • Inject Some Theatrics  
  • Appeal to the Senses  
  • Vary the Format and Use of Your Handouts 
  • Avoid Competing with Your Visual Aids  
  • Use a Mix of Activities  
  • Keep Time on Your Side 

Part 3: Promote Interactive Learning 

  • Engage Participants in the Training  
  • Make It Easy for People to Interact  
  • Make It Safe for People to Participate  
  • Help Participants Team Up  
  • Get People Started with Structured Interaction  
  • Cultivate Discussion  
  • Ask the Right Questions  
  • Apply Active Learning Techniques  
  • Invite Participants to Take the Lead  
  • Have Trainees Summarize Learning Points  

Part 4: Facilitate Achievement Through Your Leadership 

  • Keep Participants on the Right Track  
  • Give Clear Instructions  
  • Ensure Success  
  • Maintain a Supportive Environment  
  • Use Course Content to Reinforce Learning  
  • Reinforce Participant Involvement  
  • Catch Trainees Doing Things Right  
  • Reinforce Involvement by Recording Contributions  
  • Encourage Responses with List-Building Techniques  
  • Avoid Pitfalls in Recording  
  • Get Participants Writing  
  • Build Rewards into the Training Session  

Part 5: Demonstrate Respect for Participants 

  • Treat Participants as Colleagues 
  • Speak Respectfully  
  • Use the Fogging Technique to Mitigate Tension  
  • Avoid Triggering Defensiveness  
  • Maintain High Expectations  
  • Celebrate Accomplishments 
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: December 4th, 2020

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