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This program includes enormous methods to assist modern training technique to help the course become, both effective and engaging. To make the program memorable, the participants will have to create activities such as energizers, ice-breakers and team builders as part of their assignment. Though this may seem un serious at the beginning, it enables the participants to have hands on in designing the program.
By the end of the course, participants will have knowledge of:
  • They understand the concept, the benefit of each approach and become aware of its benefits and pitfalls.
  • They learn the principles of comprehensive behavioural change intervention.
  • They understand how they should be capable of responding to questions that arise during training.
  • They explore personal values and their own attitudes.
  • Trainers recognise their own values, biases.
  • They include benefits and barriers and expect future trainers to be familiar with different training methodologies
  • Basic guidelines for planning, implementing, designing, monitoring and evaluating programs.
  • They are trained on skill building, Role-Play; Theatre based technique, Appreciative Inquiry, Story-Telling, and other methodologies.
  • To build capacity.
  • To educate trainers to design , deliver and enable participants.
  • To understand their own attitudes, and values regarding self.
  • They work on interpersonal and group communication.
  • To enable that they acquire skills to facilitate a range of methodologies and finally they acquire basic knowledge in content development delivering outcome.
  • To become confident, competent trainers with ability to design and implement program.


Learning Methodology
The course is designed to be highly participative and interactive, based on the philosophy of experiential learning. The following learning tools will be used in the workshop:
  • Lectures.
  • Case Studies.
  • Role Plays
  • Presentations by participants
Modules - Train the Trainer

  • Module One: Getting Started - Introduction.
  • Module Two: Understanding Training and Facilitation.
  • Module Three: Gathering Materials.
  • Module Four: Creating a Lesson Plan.
  • Module Five: Choosing Activities.
  • Module Six: Preparing for the Workshop.
  • Module Seven: Getting off on the Right Foot.
  • Module Eight: Delivery Tips and Tricks.
  • Module Nine: Keeping it Interactive.
  • Module Ten: Dealing with Difficult Participants.
  • Module Eleven: Tackling Tough Topics.
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up.

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