Event posted by: NGO Management School Switzerland
How to design, deliver and follow-up a training course
Registration and course fees*
Registration and payment deadline: 20 May 2013. Early bird fee available for payments until 27 March 2013.
Early bird fee / Full fee :
*This course is subsidised with CHF 750 by the Chèque Annuel de Formation (CAF), available for individuals living and paying their taxes in and around the canton of Geneva. CAF students benefit from the Early bird fee at any time of the course registration. More info here.
Above fees are in Swiss francs (CHF) and include tuition, training materials and handouts, lunch and coffee breaks, and a course certificate.
10% discount for returning students (within 12 months since the last course) or additional course participants from same organisation.
Click here to download the course leaflet (PDF format).
Knowing a subject is not enough to train on it. Training adults requires specific competencies. This course provides methods and tools to ensure efficient learning processes. It focuses on adult learning principles, and includes all stages of the learning cycle:
This course gives the opportunity for each participant to practice methods and tools.
This course is also available in French. Ce cours peut également être animé en français.
Who should attend
The course will benefit in particular:
How you and your organisation will benefit - Learning Objectives
At the end of the course, participants have understood the basics of adult learning and are able to train a group in full respect of the methods, techniques and tools for adult learning.
Participants are able to identify training needs, to design a training session and to ensure a proper follow-up of a course both for the clients (evaluation) and for the trainees (knowledge transfer).
The training course is based on a series of modules, which can be adapted to the requirements of the course participants. The emphasis is put on practice and exercises rather than on presentations:
Day 1 1. Concepts of adult learning
2. Delivering a training course
Day 2+3 2. Delivering a training course (cont.)
Day 4 3. Designing a training course
Day 5 4. Course follow-up
As a participant, you can obtain an individual consultation from one of the trainers during the course on how to further develop a project of your own.
Trainers, Heads of training units, Human resources managers and other managers involved in training