Training and Instructional Skills

Why The Need?

Although we are hapopy to carry out training based on the specific needs of your organization, we also acknowledge that it is the organization itself that often possesses greater specialized knowledge and skill than we do. In these circumstances it makes sense to utilize this expertise and enable the organization to deliver its own training, irrespective of whether this is witin the organization or to external bodies.

Unfortunately, not every individual either knows how to deliver training in an efficient manner or has the capabilities to do so even after practice. This may be due to personality dynamics or to something simple as a lack of confidence. It is vital that any organization delivers training in an efficient and professionaql manner.

So What is Involved?

Training may adopt many variant forms and styles of delivery, from a simple presentation with limited Q&A element to full–blown interactive instruction.

We take the time to discover what your organizations specific needs are and then help the selected trainer to develop greater skills for the delivery of learning materials to groups of any size.

We cover anything from the basics, such as the construction of lesson plans, presentations and handouts to more intermediary and advanced aspects of instruction such as Formal vs. Informal delivery styles, the eradication of Instructional Idiosyncracies and using Non–Verbal Techniques to increase student attention, retention and Interaction.

Practice Makes Perfect

We take the time required to develop the individual's understanding, skill and confidence in a way that enables them to deliver any subject matter to any group of students, irrespective of the level of the student.

The advantages of this approach to training is manifold. Firstly, the organization gets exactly what they need in terms of training outcomes. Secondly, they create an additional asset to the organization in the form of an in–house trainer that can deliver future training whenever required. Thirdly, they reduce overall costs as they are removing the need for outsourcing to external bodies and become more self–reliant as a result.