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Train the Trainers Workshop: Design, Engage and Equity

2/13/2023, 2/15/2023

10:00 am PT - 12:15 pm PT | 1:00 pm ET - 3:15 pm ET

3/14/2023, 3/16/2023

10:00 am PT - 12:15 pm PT | 1:00 pm ET - 3:15 pm ET

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WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

Through our train the trainers workshop, we will guide you on how to be a better online or in-person trainer and gain practical skills you can use right away. In this workshop, we discuss how to lead engaging small group exercises and practice methods for managing participants. We cover adult learning theory and practices, ways to make mandatory trainings fun, methods for online and in-person instructional design and strategies to incorporate equity and inclusion into a training, workshop or orientation

Who Should Attend?

Trainers looking for new and more effective approaches to adult learning

Professionals that lead trainings, workshops, orientations, meetings or retreats who are looking to improve their training skills

Anyone responsible for training in their organization whether it it in-person or online

What The Training Will Cover

PREPARING FOR A TRAINING 

  • Planning a training to match your goals and participants expectations

  • Understand how to prepare for workshop and frame for your audience so they know what to expect 

  • Review how to align your presentation to the technology

  • Understand why we get nervous speaking in public and review ways to manage your public speaking anxiety


OPENING A TRAINING

  • Explain how to develop opening exercises to engage participants at the beginning of an online workshop 

  • Understand how to facilitate activities to create group cohesion and building community 

  • Participate in different exercises with the goal of understanding how to adapt these activities for your audience


ENGAGED LEARNING

  • Analyze how to incorporate concepts of engaged and deep learning and connecting activities to learning objectives

  • Understand how to manage different learning styles 

  • Review how to use handouts and supplemental learning tools 


BUILDING YOUR TRAINER TOOLKIT 

  • Review platforms tools and structures to use to build your personal tooklit whether you train online or in person  


CREATING SLIDES

  • Compare sample presentation slides from real workshops

  • Examine what works well in preparing slides and what to avoid


LEARNING OBJECTIVES & INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

  • Understand how to develop and craft learning objectives that focus on outcomes and results rather than topics

  • Assess how to develop learning objectives that match the content provided

  • Understand how to develop content that is applicable from theory to concept and how to design content in a workshop so that adult learners can apply what they are learning


INTEGRATING CONCEPTS OF ADULT LEARNING & MEETING PARTICIPANTS EXPECTATIONS

  • Review how adults learn best and methods to integrate adult learning styles to ensure effective training delivery

  • Understand how to meet participants expectations even if lead mandatory trainings 

  • Discuss how to incorporate adult learning theory into workshops, trainings and orientations


DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION 

  • Understand how to incorporate diversity, equity and inclusion in a training, workshop or meeting 

  • Review structures to ensure inclusive design approaches in meetings, trainings and workshops

  • Practice how to manage difficult situations and conversations in a training. *Be prepared to think about real examples that you have experienced as a participant or trainer

  • Analyze how to design professional development in an equitable way


FRAMEWORKS & THEORIES REVIEWED

  • ADDIE Model of Instructional Design 

  • Bloom's Taxonomy

  • Study of Adult Learning: Andragogy 

  • Trauma Informed Facilitation 

  • Methods to incorporate diversity, equity and inclusion into training and curriculum 

REGISTRATION TYPE & FEE

Premier Members

$150

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Members 

$225

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Non-Members

$375

Additional Information

All workshops are live. Registrants receive slides & handouts. It is expected participants will be able to be on camera and able to unmute for some portions of the training to participate in discussions. Full recordings are not provided. This training must be done sequentially. If you miss a session, please reach out to program@nonprofitlearninglab.org

Looking to register 3+ people? Email us at program@nonprofitlearninglab.org to receive $5 off per registration!

Please Note: 

We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate. Upon registration, you will receive a link to participate in the training. Please check your inbox or spam folder.

ABOUT THE TRAINER

This training is led by Dr. Leah Weiner who has a doctorate in education and psychology from Pepperdine University. Leah Weiner is the Founder and CEO of the Nonprofit Learning Lab. Leah’s approach to training focuses on making sure that the information provided helps participants solve a problem or create a solution related to their professional work.

WE OFFER CFRE & CAE CREDITS

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1 hour of training = 1 credit hour

PAST PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATION LIST

211 Tampa Bay Cares
2Life Communities
916 Ink
AARP Foundation
ACLU NorCal
ACLU of FloridaAlabama Association of Nonprofits
Albatross Training Solutions
Alzheimer's Association of Illinois
Alzheimer's Association of Oklahoma
Amarillo Area Foundation
American Promise
American Wild Horse Campaign
Anu Family Services
Arab-American Family Support Center
Area Substance Abuse Council
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washtenaw County
Bigger Impact
Bike Easy
Blackbaud
Boston Partners in Education
Brooklyn Bail Fund
CAFB
CAFB (California Assoc. of Food Banks)
California Lawyers for the Arts
Casa de Luz
Catholic Charities of OKC
Center for Excellence in Nonprofits
CenterLink: The Community of LGBT Center
Children's Advocacy Center for Rockwall County
City Life/Vida Urbana
Clausen House
Comcast
Community Advocates Inc.
Community Brands
Community Foundation of W. Virginia
Community Partners for Affordable Housing
Compass Center For Families
Compeer of Greater Buffalo
ContactLifeline, Inc.
Council for the Homeless
CTF ILLINOIS
Cultural Leadership
Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Department of Developmental Services
Discovering Justice
Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland & Perry Counties
Dynamic Dimensions
ECALA
EforAll
Emerge Wisconsin
Endeavors
English In Action

Every Neighborhood Partnership
EveryAction
Exchange Family Center
Florida Rising
Foundation for Delaware County
Four Leaf Financial & Accounting, PLLC
Fresh Lifelines for Youth
Friendship House
Garden of Hope
Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative
Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines
Girl Scouts of Colorado
Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona
GiveSmart
Government
Granite VNA
Granville BID/EDC
Greater Boston Legal Services
GreaterGood
GUIDE Inc.
Healthy Native Communities Partnership, Inc.
Hemophilia Federation of America
High Plains Fair Housing Center
High Plains Library District
Hopeworks 'N Camden
Hudson County CASA
Human Rights Campaign
Institute of International Education
Interface Children & Family Services
Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia
Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake
International Fund for Animal Welfare
JAM Nonprofit Consulting LLC
Jersey Cares
Jewish Family Service Agency
Jewish Vocational Services of Boston
Johnston County Industries
Judaism Your Way
Kids in Need of Defense
KidsFirst Child Abuse Prevention Council
L'Ancla
Larimer humane Society
Leadership Montana
Love a Child
Love INC
Loyola Academy
Lydia Place
Mandela Partners
Mentor Independence Region
Metro Denver Homeless Initiative (MDHI)
MicroSociety
MissionSafe

Mu Delta Alpha
National Conference for Community and Justice
National Genealogical Society
National Indian Education Association
Neighborhood House of Milwaukee
New Teacher Center
New York Law School
Nonprofit Connect
Nonprofit VOTE
Northern California Community Blood Bank
Oregon Child Abuse Solutions
OUT Maine
Partnership for Children of Johnston County
Pawtucket Credit Union
Peninsula Family Connections
Pets for Vets, Inc.
PF Hart Consulting LLC
PreventionFirst!
Ramsey County Workforce Solutions
Ravenswood Family Health Network
Robert Morris University
Rocky Mountain Human Services
Ronald McDonald House of Delaware
Safe and Sound
Salesforce.org
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
SFCASA
Sojourner House
SpeakUp!
Teach For America
Tech Goes Home
Temple University
Texas Fair Defense Project
The Andy Roddick Foundation
The ELM foundation
The Narrative Enneagram
The Youth Connection
Touchstone Health solution
Turning Point
University of Pennsylvania
Upower
Vera Institute
Vera Institute of Justice
Virginia Progressive Leadership Project
Westchester Library System
Willamette Vital Health
William Franek; LLC
Womens Hospital
Yolo Food Bank
Youth Options Unlimited Boston
YW Boston
YWCA New Britain Sexual Assault Crisis Service

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