TRAIN THE TRAINERS WORKSHOP 

Richmond, VA

Dec 3, 2019  |  9am – 3pm 

E Broad St & N 7th St

New Orleans, LA

Dec 5, 2019  |  10am – 4pm

St Charles Ave & Calhoun St

Houston, TX

Jan 9, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

Waugh Dr & Feagan St

Des Moines, IA

Jan 28, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

NE 22nd St & NE 54th Ave

Columbus, OH

Jan 30, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

E Broad St & S 3rd St

Washington, DC

Mar 5, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

12th St NW & T St NW

San Diego, CA

May 14, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

Balboa Park

Tampa, FL

Dec 4, 2019  |  10am – 4pm 

N Florida Ave & E Tyler St

Dallas, TX

Jan 8, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

Westmoreland Rd & Singleton Blvd

San Antonio, TX

Jan 10, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

I-35 Frontage Rd & Hines

Chicago, IL

Jan 29, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

W Waveland Ave & N Halstead St

Los Angeles, CA

Feb 24, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

Location provided 11/30

Salt Lake City, UT

Mar 9, 2020  |  10am – 4pm

100 S & N 400 Way

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Trainers looking for new, more effective approaches to adult learning

  • Nonprofit professionals (executive directors, program staff and others) that train adult learners 

  • Professionals that host trainings, workshops, orientations, meetings, and retreats looking to improve their facilitation and training skills

  • Companies and government agencies that lead trainings, workshops or presentations

 

WHAT THE TRAINING WILL COVER

 

PREPARING FOR YOUR TRAINING​
  • Plan how to set up your workshop room to match your goals

  • Communicating with attendees

  • Aligning your presentation to the technology available and audiovisual techniques

OPENING A TRAINING
  • Explain how to develop opening exercises to engage participants and the “first five minutes”​

CREATING SLIDES
  • Compare sample presentation slides from real workshops

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

 

INTEGRATING CONCEPTS OF ADULT LEARNING
  • Review how adults learn best and methods to integrate adult learning styles to ensure effective training delivery

 
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 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  ​

 

ENGAGED LEARNING
  • Learn how to incorporate concepts of engaged and deep learning and connecting activities to learning objectives

  • Understand how to manage different learning styles 

  • Learn how to use handouts and supplemental learning tools

 

CLOSING, HOW TO DEBRIEF & FOLLOW UP
  • Strategies to close a workshop

  • Time Management 

  • Workshop evaluations 

 

ONLINE LEARNING
  • Platforms and tools to use for online training

  • Strategies to engage online participants

  • Needed skill sets for an instructor to do online training

 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Attendees will receive all the slides, handouts and a Train the Trainers toolkit. Morning coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided. Address will be provided upon completion of registration. 

 

REGISTRATION RATES FOR WORKSHOP

Fee

Registration Type

$350

Nonmembers

Members

$275

Special Discount

Register at least 45 days in advance and receive a $25 discount. Email info@nonprofitlearninglab.org for discount code.

Please Note

We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate. 

 

TESTIMONIALS FROM PAST PARTICIPANTS

"Attending the Train the Trainers workshop in New York City was indeed an eye opener and time well spent. This workshop took a much deeper dive than I anticipated into all aspects of instructional design including creating and conducting an actual training and techniques that I needed for learning how to be a better trainer. The workshop was very hands on and left me feeling very confident about the difference between leading a training vs. facilitating a training. It also provided an opportunity to network with others who do this type of work on a regular basis. I would highly recommend this training to anyone interested in mastering the art of training."


Patrice Johnson 

Director of Operations, Jersey Cares

www.jerseycares.org

"I just attended the Train the Trainers workshop in Phoenix and can't say enough about it—so worth it. The presenter was very knowledgeable and experienced in the field of training. Not only did she tell us how to be better trainers and produce better training materials, but she showed us how and we had the opportunity to practice and get immediate feedback throughout the session. So often, you spend time trying to take notes and then decipher the meaning or intent after a workshop, to implement improvements based on what you were able to grasp. In this workshop, the level of engagement gave me an opportunity to walk away with very tangible ideas, specific to the needs of my organization that I can't wait to utilize. Such a small price to pay for such a wealth of information!"


Tami Robinson

Program Manager, StudentsCare

www.students-care.org

 

RESOURCES

Some of our favorite books and articles on adult education, facilitation and training:  
  • Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience 
    Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1990), New York: Harper & Row

  • Pedagogy of the Oppressed 
    Freire, P. (1996), London: Penguin

  • Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning 
    Bowen, J. A. (2014), San Francisco, Calif: Jossey-Bass

  • Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom
    Hooks, B. (2017)

  • The Adult Learner 
    Knowles, M. S., & Holton, E. F. (2015), London: Routledge

  • Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity
    Sibbet, D. (2013), Hoboken, N.J: Wiley

  • Tips & tools: The Art of Experiential Group Facilitation 
    Stanchfield, J. (2007), Oklahoma City, OK: Wood 'N' Barnes Publishing

  • Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques 
    Michalko, M., & cloudLibrary. (2017), S.l.: Random House

 

PAST PARTICIPANTS

Organizations that have participated in our Train the Trainers Workshop in 2019:

AARP Foundation

Alzheimer's Association of Illinois

Alzheimer's Association of Oklahoma

Blackbaud

Catholic Charities of OKC

Center for Excellence in Nonprofits

Comcast

Community Advocates Inc.

Community Brands

Community Foundation of W. Virginia
Emerge Wisconsin

Hudson County CASA

Foundation for Delaware County

Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona

Mentor Independence Region

MissionSafe

Neighborhood House of Milwaukee

National Conference for Community and Justice

Pawtucket Credit Union

Pets for Vets, Inc.

Ronald McDonald House of Delaware

Safe and Sound

Salesforce.org

San Francisco Aids Foundation

Temple University 

University of Pennsylvania

Virginia Progressive Leadership Project

TRAIN THE TRAINER | EFFECTIVE FACILITATION | BUILD SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE AS A TRAINER | BE AN EFFECTIVE FACILITATOR |  LEAD GROUPS AND TEAMS MORE EFFECTIVELY | FACILITATOR TRAINING | THE EFFECTIVE FACILITATOR | LEARN FACILITATION SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES | INTEGRATE CONCEPTS OF ADULT LEARNING | LEARN FACILITATION IDEAS FOR WORKSHOPS, ORIENTATIONS, RETREATS AND MEETINGS |FACILITATOR TRAINING GUIDE | CURRICULUM DESIGN | LEARNING PREFERENCES | PRINCIPLES OF ADULT LEARNING | STAGES OF LEARNING | EVALUATION VERSUS ASSESSMENT | LEARNING ACTIVITIES | ACTIVE LEARNING | CREATING DYNAMIC PRESENTATION SLIDES | INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY INTO TRAINING | TRAINING WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY 

Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines

GiveSmart

GreaterGood

Greater Boston Legal Services

Hemophilia Federation of America

Hopeworks 'N Camden

International Fund for Animal Welfare

Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia

Jersey Cares

Jewish Vocational Services of Boston

International Fund for Animal Welfare

Interfaith Center of Greater

Lawrence Community Works

Loyola Academy

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