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Build your confidence to facilitate lively, enjoyable training sessions!
Workshop Length: 14 to 35 hours (Customized to the needs of your group)
The Capacity Train the Trainer workshop is a laughter-filled, hands-on adventure in learning. Participants come with their personal experience and, over the course of the 5-day session, build their confidence and develop their unique strengths to successfully facilitate lively, enjoyable training sessions. Participants gain the know-how to use methods and equipment essential to today’s top trainers by facilitating portions of the workshop themselves and receiving regular evaluations. By respecting and integrating adult learning principles, participants develop the skills and knowledge to construct course outlines and lesson plans that translate into rich learning environments. They learn to create workshops that influence the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual needs of their learners in wondrous ways.
Graduates emerge from this workshop celebrating their strengths and feeling confident. They re-enter their workplace, career, and community with passion, vigor and vision. Each person takes away an armload of professionally designed resources and a certificate to proudly display among their achievements and successes.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
Hard work, many laughs and a lot of fun. This workshop is learner-centered and designed for maximum participation and practice. You will take part in learning circles, questioning, group discussion, role-plays, case studies, brainstorming, games and practical experience. You will fill your tool-chest with tricks of the trade in a safe and supportive learning environment. You will leave the workshop charged and ready to deliver exciting workshops in your community!
As a part of this workshop, each participant will receive:
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No matter how well-intentioned your business idea, things can go horribly wrong. When I vaulted into my first business in 1980, I hoped to be a successful, positive force for those around me, and an asset to my community. Seven years later, the day I declared bankruptcy, I felt crushed, enslaved, and worthless. Not the glory I’d envisioned.
So, you’ve gone to all the effort to get your venture off the ground and survived the start-up phase. Aside from the fact that you’re too busy to socialize much, or take holidays, your business appears to be thriving. In your circle of friends you might even be a bit of a hero.
Congratulations might be in order. In starting a business, you’ve achieved something that many people dream about but never do. But are things as rosy as they seem?