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Phi Certifications

 
 

Train the Trainer - Off the Job  

Who is it designed for?

  • Human Resources Director or team members, training managers, coordinators, supervisors or officers in charge of training activities
  • Departmental trainers, managers likely to train groups of people or individuals within an organization (sales, finance, quality, customer services, products, etc.)
  • Any person likely to gain training experience (including training outside of work)
  • Professional trainers who would like to improve their current skills and receive accreditation

Programme Overview

  • Developing a workshop structure
  • Designing a training session
  • Question techniques
  • Brainstorming techniques
  • Delivery techniques
  • How to create visual aids
  • Understanding group dynamics
  • Handling difficult participants and challenging situations
  • Experiential learning: How to design and deliver games, case studies, role plays, icebreakers, energisers, etc.

Programmes under the section "Phi Certifications" follow standardized assessment and accreditation criteria therefore they are not subject to customization.


Phi Methodology

Our methodology relies on active participation within the learning process, that includes for this course, but is not limited to:

  • Group exercises
  • Individual skill practice session, followed by detailed feedback
  • Instructional games
  • 2 evening assignments
  • Assessment tools and questionnaires
  • Group & individual activities
  • Experiential learning

 

Requirements

  • Value people development and skills improvement
  • Basic English (although attendees are permitted to conduct their training sessions in both Arabic and French)
  • Strong communication skills
  • Openness for feedback is a must


 

Group Size

12

participants maximum

Duration

6 - 7 Days

from 9 am to 5 pm





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Phi Certifications

  • Certificate of achievement (accredited by Phi Management)
  • Certificate of attendance (in case the participant did not pass the assessment)