Train the Trainer - One day introduction -
Confident Trainer course

We have designed a course especially for new or less experienced trainers.

Spend a day with our experienced trainer to learn

How to Become a Confident Trainer

We will introduce you to some unique ways to deliver fresh and creative training without hours and weeks of hard work.

This course is designed to give new trainers a kick start into the profession. We will give you the essential skills to get you delivering professional training courses. This course is ideal for people presently studying for a training or HR qualification but is required to deliver training right now. Come to the course – we will get you started.

We will introduce you to some fascinating and challenging concepts about the delivery of training designed to meet present day company needs.

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And you will enjoy a stimulating and rewarding event after which you will return to work buzzing with ideas and techniques that when applied will make an amazing difference to the way you deliver your training courses and will enhance your performance and credibility as a professional trainer

How to Become a Confident Trainer

Who should attend?

1. New Trainers and Training Officers who are keen to learn new skills
2. Human Resources Managers and Officers involved in training
3. NVQ Assessors and Trainers
4. Managers who are required to deliver training

What will you learn?

During the course you learn:

1. How to write a simple training course that will be effective and guarantee effective transfer to work
2. How to deliver enjoyable and effective training courses
3. How to take ‘off the shelf’ training packages and adapt to suit your company requirements


Bespoke Training Courses

The above course outline is provided as a sample. We tailor all our courses to suit your company's individual needs

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For more information, please contact Christina on 01642 760028

Or call Syd direct on 07966 486546

Or email



Lead from behind

It is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership

Nelson Mandela

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