Nearly everyone has to train others as part of their role at work. For many people this is squeezed in between their other responsibilities. This workshop helps participants explore strategies for preparing and delivering training to others.
Designed for people not in a designated trainer's role, participants are helped to understand the dynamics they face as they train others. It helps people to use their existing strengths to succeed in whatever training situation they are dealing with.
This is suitable for people who are implementing new processes or tools in their workplace. It helps project teams implementing changes, supervisors helping new staff and it is useful for any person who has to guide stakeholders, colleagues or customers through new situations.
This workshop's person centred approach helps people to draw the best out of others to get excellent results.
The nature of training and its place at work
Key elements for increasing participation and safety
Ways to focus on the learning needs of participants and get them involved
Basic resources and templates for planning training events
Planning training activities and learning aids
Preparing training event settings
Using your strengths to deliver training
How training is different during change projects
Measuring and tracking training outcomes
Our workshops are a great opportunity to keep your skills current while exploring leadership issues and options
Expressions of Interest
If you are unable to attend this workshop or it is already full, please send us your details using the contact form below. We can let you know if a place becomes available or when the next workshop is scheduled.
Discounts are available for bookings of 4 or more people. Contact us for your promotional code to apply the discount.
LASA-Q member benefits apply. Contact us for more information.
If you have a group of 10 or more, speak to us about convenient, cost effective in-house workshops customised for your organisation
The venue is conveniently located at the centre of Brisbane beside the William Jolly Bridge near the Gallery of Modern Art. It is a short walk across the Kurilpa Bridge for people in the CBD. People using public transport can walk easily from the Cultural Centre Bus Station or South Brisbane Railway Station. For people travelling who can't use public transport there is limited free onsite parking available.
Meals and Refreshments
Meals and refreshments are included in the price of this event. If you have particular dietary needs, please let us know and we will put arrangments in place so you can enjoy the day.
People may be surprised that we can offer high quality workshops with standard rates at 70% of typical commercial rates. We do this to encourage mixed participation from across our broad client base from different sectors - public, not-for-profit and commercial. We believe that it benefits leaders to mix with peers from other sectors to facilitate new ideas from different ways of doing things drawn from diverse organisational cultures.
Event photo by Death to Stock Photography
When & Where
This workshop is led by Paul Hegerty, our Consulting Director. Paul is an experienced leader, coach and trainer dealing with public, not-for-profit and commercial sectors. He advises senior leaders and project teams on organisational change, leadership, performance and culture. Paul is author of "The Occasional Trainer: Practical Tips for Busy People Who Have to Train Others."
More information about Paul and Grevillea Consultants can be found at: www.grevilleaconsultants.com.au