City & Guilds 7300 Accredited Train the Trainer in Cardiff
Event on 2015-04-27 09:30:00
City and Guilds – Train the Trainer course
Qual Number: 7300 | Type: Vocational
The City & Guilds 7300 – Train the Trainer course is an ideal qualification for those who wish to train others in organisations. The training course is delivered over 2 days, and provides participants with a sound introduction to the concepts of a systematic approach to training. No matter what kind of training you do, whether it be sales, shop floor skills, IT or financial planning – this train the trainer course will enable you to prepare and handle whatever happens in the training room with panache, flair and professionalism, as well as giving you a certified City and Guilds qualification.
On completion, you'll be equipped to deliver and evaluate effective training, no matter what content you are delivering. The overall purpose of this trainer trainer course is to provide an introduction for those who wish to train others. It is widely accepted training qualification that falls under the heading of train the trainer so it is useful for those in business, commerce, and industry as well as the sport and leisure industry. Indeed anyone who has to help develop their team by conducting effective training sessions.Course Content
The City & Guilds 7300 – Introduction to Trainer Skills (Train the Trainer Course) is delivered over just 2 days, and is based on the training cycle covering:-
- Planning Training: including session planning
- Delivery of Training: participants will deliver a 15 minute session
- Evaluation of Training: self, peer group and course evaluation
Within this framework the subject areas covered will be:-
- Setting ground rules
- Use of icebreakers
- The learning environment
- Learning styles and theory
- Training resources
- Gaining and maintaining attention during training
- Session planning and aims and objectives
- Delivering training sessions
- Dealing with difficult delegates
We make every effort to relate your learning experiences to your own vocational area, and our train the trainer certified course is conducted in small class numbers, which gives you more time with our trainer. Delegates come to us with a great variety and knowledge on a range of different topics. The course is applicable to to a whole variety of sectors and industries, which makes this train the trainer course very diverse.City and Guilds Accredited
Accreditation is becoming increasingly important, and ensures that the training course structure, material and moderation all exceed a strictly enforced educational standard. Furthermore by choosing an accredited training course you can ensure that your investment of time and money is genuinely recognised. Accredited courses can give you or your employer a nationally recognised benchmark for competency levels that can be verified by a professional body.
Successful completion of such an accredited training course can allow a company or an individual to demonstrate commitment to quality and help to demonstrate to staff, clients and other stakeholders for example, that you have people within your company that have attained recognised standards of achievement. Not only can you guarantee that the trainer trainer course meets strict educational standards, but you can be assured that you will receive delivery from a highly skilled and competent trainer who has had to meet similarly high standards to meet the requirements of institutions such as City and Guilds.
Q. What are the educational pre-requisite qualifications for this Train the Trainer Course – Introduction to Trainer Skills – City & Guilds 7300?
A. There is no formal educational standard specified for train the trainer course entry. It is however a course requirement for candidates to be able to present and produce their own work and take part in classroom discussion; it is therefore expected that all candidates will have a level of English Language equivalent to the United Kingdom GCSE Grade C or above.
Q. Is it necessary that I should have had some prior teaching or instructional experience before this Train the Trainer course?
A. It is not a pre-requisite for this trainer trainer course that you have had prior teaching experience, although this might well be useful to you.
Q. Should I be worried about being in a large class with lots of strangers, as I have no real experience of presenting/training anything in these circumstances?
A. No you should not be worried! We keep our train the trainer course group size small, and we know the techniques to be used to help you become confident quickly in these circumstances.
Q. Will I be able to start training others straight away on successful completion of the Train the Trainer City & Guilds 7300?
A. The basic answer is yes, but you will have to be occupationally competent and qualified in the discipline or occupation that you are training others in.
Q. Could I take this Train the Trainer course at a local college of Further Education?
A. The 7300 Course is offered by many Colleges, but in common with all open public courses are subject to the minimum numbers required to be economically viable. In addition the course will probably be offered over evening only attendance and take several weeks to several months to complete. The group sizes will also be larger.
Q. Is there a minimum or maximum age limit for candidates for this course?
A. There is no upper age limit, but prospective candidates should have completed compulsory education and have achieved proficiency and competence in the disciplines that they wish to teach or instruct.
Q. Is this Train the Trainer course only held in Cardiff?
A. No, although most of our training is held in Cardiff we do hold training courses throughout South Wales including Swansea and Bridgend, Port Talbot, Newport, Llaneli, Pontypridd, Barry, Carmarthen and Haverfordwest.
Q. Can Train the Trainer be run in-house?
Yes, if you have a number of people who require training then we can bring this course to your organisation.
Q. Where is the train the trainer course based?
Our trainer training course is based in Cardiff which is easily reached from the west, using the M4 if you come from Bristol, Swindon, Bath, Reading or London and from the M5 if you are attending via Cheltenham, Worcester, Gloucester.
Q. What training do delegates deliver?
A. Delegates come to us with a great variety and knowledge on a range of different topics. The course is applicable to to a whole variety of sectors and industries, which makes this train the trainer course very diverse. Training and session plans developed and delivered by delegates this year include the following:-
- Challenging Behaviours
- Confined Space Entry
- Online for OAP's
- Roadworthiness Inspections
- Time Management
- Online Marketing
- Air Security
- Manual Handling
- Stress Management
- Hip Dislocation
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