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Train the Trainer for Monitors Darcy Miller
Train the Trainer Welcome Agenda for “Train the Trainer”: Adult Learning Styles How We Learn Motivating Adults Trainer “Tricks of the trade” Training Evaluation
Train the Trainer Agenda--continued: Dealing with Difficult Behaviors in Groups Lesson Plan Binder Overview 10 minute Break Group Activity Recap
Train the Trainer Learning Style Characteristics (Handout, page 3) If the learning style is…. Then the learner likes to… Typically, the learner says…
Train the Trainer Preferred Learning Style Activity Page 4 of Workbook What’s your Preferred Learning Style? Take a few minutes to determine your Learning Style…
Train the Trainer Ancient Chinese Proverb “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.”
Train the Trainer How We Learn We Remember: 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see & hear 80% of what we say 90% of what we say as we act
Train the Trainer Another Ancient Chinese Proverb “One picture is worth a thousand words.”
Train the Trainer How We Learn (Workbook page 6)
Train the Trainer Foundation Principles of Training #1- Adults are Kids in Big Bodies #2- Adults don’t argue with their own data #3- Learning is directly proportional to the amount of FUN you are having #4- Learning has not taken place until behavior has changed
Train the Trainer What’s up with the Watch Exercise?
Train the Trainer Motivation of Adults (Workbook page 8) Ways to Motivate and Ways to Squelch motivation of Adults
Train the Trainer Motivation Activity In Small Groups: Make a list of ways you will motivate providers to get involved in the TN event You have 5 minutes…
Train the Trainer Trainer’s “Tricks of the Trade” 1. Create a safe Learning Environment
Train the Trainer Class MACH Rules M ake Mistakes A sk Questions anytime C heat—use all the resources in the room H ave Fun!
Train the Trainer “Tricks of the Trade” Use color on visuals… Be ready for training early…
Train the Trainer HAVE FUN! Have Fun with the training…if you are enjoying yourself, participants will be more inclined to have fun, as well. “Child-like” vs. “Childish”
Train the Trainer “Tricks of the Trade” Costly Behaviors of Trainers Handout (Page 9) Transparency Do’s and Don’ts (Page 10)
Train the Trainer After an Activity Ask the audience: “What happened during this activity? “What did that feel like?” “What did we learn?”
Train the Trainer “Tricks of the Trade” Dispel the Fear Factor Don’t have to learn it today No Tests No silly / stupid questions
Train the Trainer Training Evaluation Why is it important to have participants evaluate training?
Train the Trainer 4 Levels of Evaluation to Measure Success Did participants: 1.Like it? 2.Learn it? 3.Use it? 4.Make a Difference (back home on the job)
Train the Trainer Evaluation Tool “Do’s” Do Use one Do Ask for genuine feedback Do Make it anonymous Allows non-verbal feedback to occur
Train the Trainer Dealing with Difficult Behaviors in Groups. All participants need to have training affect them personally for learning to occur
Train the Trainer Everyone is tuned into 2 radio stations: 1. WII-FM What’s In It For Me 2. MMFI-AM Make Me Feel Important About Myself
Train the Trainer. Think about what you need to do to have participants tune into your radio station?
Train the Trainer Difficult Behaviors In Groups (page 12 of Workbook) Monopolizers Quiet Ones Digressers Chatterboxes Disrupters
Train the Trainer Difficult Behaviors in Groups Continued… Sometimes need to Divide and Conquer… Your Goals as an instructor are to: Get the person on board with training, if possible Minimize their impact on others
Train the Trainer Use “Thank You” Poster…list positive behaviors you want exhibited. Once posted, you don’t need to refer to it again.
Train the Trainer Lesson Plan Binder Overview (Handout page 13) Order of each Lesson: Outline Script (4) Overheads (5) Handouts
Train the Trainer Six Lesson Plans Each Lesson is 30 minutes long with 20 minute text and 10 minute Q & A Except…Super Star Menus is 30 minutes with 10 minutes for Q & A.
Train the Trainer Time for a Break! Please be ready to start in 10 minutes!
Train the Trainer Activity Time Each Small Group needs a Lesson Plan Binder Refer to 1-2 minute messages at the end of each lesson outline One person role-plays monitor & one person role-plays provide.
Train the Trainer Activity Time Continued Be Sure everyone gets a turn to participate Take Turns role-playing the 1 minute messages from the following lessons: Nutrition Basics Shopping Menus You have 15 minutes for this activity
Train the Trainer 1-2 minute messages Role Playing Activity Discussion What happened during this activity? What did that feel like? What Did We learn?
Train the Trainer Recap Adult Learning Styles…what are they? How we learn—what’s the most training effective mediums for retention? What’s the #1 Foundation Principle of Training say? What does it mean? Tell me one way you can motivate adults…
Train the Trainer Recap What’s one “trick of the trade” for Trainers? What are your goals when dealing with difficult behaviors in groups?
Train the Trainers Give yourselves a big round of applause for being such GREAT participants!!