Objectives of the Presentation
Whether you are preparing to deliver a workshop or seminar in a corporate training session or if you are getting ready for any other situation where your goal is to train adults (such as employee orientation or speaking at a professional association meeting), you must first stop and focus on how and why adults learn. You should never jump into content development without first stopping to consider what you need to do to engage the participants, because even the best-designed training program will fail if it does not engage the audience and if participants are not motivated to learn.
As a trainer, you must design and deliver training in a manner that can successfully motivate your audience - adult learners - to engage in the learning process. That’s exactly what you’ll learn in this webinar: key tips for engaging adult learners.
Why should you Attend
The competitiveness of companies is becoming more and more related to the knowledge embedded in the people who work there and in production processes. Training is therefore a key factor in each reality that wants to be efficient and productive. Today most of the training is delivered via digital tools, but it is not effective if it is badly implemented.
If you are responsible for training adults, this course will help you deliver effective training that will help adults retain and apply what they learn to contribute to the success of your organization.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to
Who will Benefit
- Define adult learning theories
- Understand key Principles of adult learning
- Conduct needs assessment for adult learners
- Match adult learning needs with appropriate training methods
- Identify how to assess learning styles
- Apply adult learning theory, principle and methods to course design
- Training Directors and Managers
- Chief Learning Officers, Learning Directors and Managers
- eLearning Managers, Designers, and Developers
- Trainers, Educators and Instructors
- Instructional Designers and Developers
- Corporate University Managers
- Training and Development Practitioners
- Supervisors, Small business owners
- HR professionals, Talent development professionals