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Train the Trainers

5 days OPE/TRAIN-E
Level
Proficiency
Audience
  • Personnel in charge of training and technical competency enhancement programs.
Purpose
  • To implement effective initial training programs for operators and technicians.
Learning Objectives
  • To build a training plan.
  • To transfer technical knowledge to newcomers, both in class and on the field.
  • To evaluate knowledge acquisition.
Ways and means
  • A large part of the training is dedicated to practice and interaction between participants.
  • Participants are required to practice all the concepts discussed in various exercises and games.
  • In particular, they will practice and demonstrate their general presentation and communication skills through various workshops, and practice technical course delivery, planning and training material preparation.

Effective classroom training presentation 1 day
  • The classroom environment: guidance on how to form groups, optimize room set-up, use training aids and media.
  • Agenda and organization of training courses.
  • Strategies to motivate adults participants (influential factors).
  • Speech management: planning speeches, avoiding distractions, importance of time and repetition.
  • Typical types of questions (closed and open-ended), how to encourage trainees to ask questions and effectively answer questions.
  • Coping with difficult situations: handling problem situations (too much or too little participation, hostility, conflict, study case), coping with audience-linked stress.
  • Finishing the presentation (reviewing important points).
Teaching techniques 1 day
  • The communication process and communicating in a teaching situation.
  • Difference between communication and information.
  • Transmission of information (distortion of information, loss of information from the sender to the receiver).
  • Characteristics of adult mentality (motivation, resistance to change, curiosity).
  • Establishing an appropriate learning plan (from simple items to complex ones).
  • Teaching styles, methods and climate (influence on trainees’ behavior).
Designing and structuring a training program 1 day
  • Preparing a training program (what, who, where, when and how).
  • Training planning (well prepared and flexible).
  • Training supports (manuals, textbooks, presentations, exercises).
  • How will learning be checked (types of evaluation, frequency of evaluation, by whom?).
  • Use of visual and audiovisual aids (pros and cons).
Application to industrial training in the plant 1 day
  • Presentation and practice of methods for:
  • P&ID studies (analysis method, risks identification and prevention means)
  • Plant specific equipment training
  • Control loops teaching for the plant units.
Training practice 1 day
  • Short training presentations by participants and performance analysis.