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Objectives: To –
• Build comfortable rapport with participants and get buy-in from the beginning.
• Deliver the contents in a logical and simple way to grasp user friendly manner.
• Orchestrate the environment for optimum learning.
• Engage the audience in multi-faceted, ingenious ways to facilitate learning.
• Use and combine compelling audio & visual aids to utilize all senses.
• Choose creative and stimulating delivery formats for “Conceptual Material” technical material.
• Facilitate group activities aligned to learning goals.
• Transfer information from short-term to long-term memory.
• Plan and design a seamless, multi-sensory training that will have lasting impact.
• Apply Accelerated learning strategies for results-boosting

Day 1:
09:00 am to 10:30 am
Understanding how people really learn
• Introduction to Accelerated Learning (AL) methodology
• The instructor – centered versus the participant-centered approach to learning
• How traditional training tends to stifle real learning

Different learning styles and how to accommodate them
• The different needs of visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learners
• 4 Stage principle – training strategies for each type
• How to reach all learning modalities when conducting training

10:30 to 10:45 – Tea/ Coffee Break

10:45 to 12:00 pm
Engagement Strategies for Enhanced Learning
• Keeping participants alert, engaged, open and relaxed
• Using rapport-building techniques with success
• Using activities and games to reinforce the learning
• Implementing a variety of learning exercises
• Games and Activities that will make the learning process more effective
• Special room set-up allowing for a flexible training environment

12:00 pm to 01:30 pm
Combining Media to make an Impact
• Avoiding “Sleep by power point”. Use simple methods to create compelling visuals – what to include and what to leave out
• Do’s and don’ts of PowerPoint
• Using brain-compatible flip-chart & group working techniques that increase peripheral learning by up to 80%
• Creating Specific & Self Learning flip-charts
• Using music/ video to enhance learning
• Engaging the image-brain for rapid memorization

01:30 pm to 02:15 pm – Lunch Break

02:15 pm to 03:45 pm-
Presenting Information for Optimum Comprehension and Recall
• Why “data dumping” is severely counter-productive
• Various techniques to reinforce memorization and “lock in” new content
• How peripherals can significantly increase learning
• HOT tips for trainer’s toolbox

4 Key Presentation Strategies
• 3 step power formula for providing an understanding of the material presented
• How to “present” information for easy assimilation
• “Signal phrases” and how to use them
• How to revisit content in multiple ways and why it’s important & helpful
• What to do when there’s not enough time to deliver all the material

03:45 to 04:00 pm- Tea/ Coffee Break

04:00 pm to 05:00 pm-
Handling “difficult” participants with ease
• Techniques for effectively dealing with the most common types
• Prevention steps to avoid the conflict of views encountered in the first process of Learning

05:00 pm to 05:45 pm- Qs & As & Take Aways for D1

Day 2
09:00 am to 10:30 am
Listening Skills
• 2 common myths
• 3 levels of listening
• How to encourage “active listening”
• 10 tips to becoming a better listener

10:30 am to 10:45 am – Tea/ Coffee Break

10:45 am to 12:00 pm
How to Field Questions
• Avoid 3 common mistakes when responding to questions
• When should you re-direct questions?
• 5 tips on fielding questions
• How to ensure equal “air-time” for everyone in the room

Facilitating Activities and Giving Clear Directions
• Taking off the hat of “Subject Matter Expert” and donning the hat of “Facilitator”
• How to give clear, to-the-point directions that get participants immediately engaged and on task

12:00 pm to 01:30 pm
Brain Compatible Training Techniques
• Brain facts
• Why you need to present information to both sides of the brain
• Brain energizers

Presentation Skills – Voice & Body Language
• Assessing Speaker’s voice
• Strengthening voice
• Using voice for maximum impact:
 The power of the pause
 How to achieve an even “pace”
 How to use tone and inflection to convey your message
 Why varying volume can make a difference
 How to avoid “verbal diarrhea”
• Creating “stage confidence”
 Ensuring that Presenter’s body language is congruent with Core message
 Avoiding annoying gestures that detract from Core message
 Learning to Interact with purpose
 Injecting energy and grace into Speaker’s movements
 Including your audience

The Do’s and Don’ts of Presenting
• How you look
• How you sound
• What you say
• Practical tips

01:30 pm to 02:15 pm – Lunch Break

02:15 pm to 03:30 pm
Opening a Training Session
• How to break ice for building rapport with participants, taper resistance, and get buy-in from the beginning
• Overcoming learning barriers
• Creative ways to open a training session
• Setting ground rules and why they are important in participative training

Closing a Training Session
• Common mistakes to avoid
• Allowing reflection on the content to create a sense of “ownership”
• Wrap-up techniques and action plans to cement the commitment to continued learning and application
• If it’s worth learning, it’s worth celebrating—appropriate, memorable ways to conclude a course

Managing the Classroom/ Training room
• The number 1 factor affecting learning that most trainers don’t even know about, and how to use it to boost comprehension and retention
• Directing the group’s focus
• Helping ALL learners keep up with the pace of classroom / training room instruction

03:30 pm to 03:45 pm – Tea/ Coffee Break-

03:45 pm to 04:30 pm
Physical & Mental Energizers
• Use physical and mental energizers to:
• Recharge a group when the energy is waning
• Increase alertness and attention
• Transition to a new topic

How to Debrief an Activity
• Skilfully “draw out” the learning
• Converting the Intangible in to Tangible
• Using a clear-cut model for effective debriefs
• Questions to use with any group

04:30 pm to 05:00 pm
How to Give Feedback/ Coaching
• Making feedback easy by using a 5 step process

5 Deadly Mistakes Trainers Should Avoid
• Understanding what creates a negative training climate and obstructs learning

05:00 pm to 05:45 pm
Qs & As & Take Aways of Program
Drafting Individual Plan of Action (PoA) and Group Validation

English/ Hindi

Fees and Registration:
● Rs. 8,000 + GST 18% per person.
● Rs. 7,500 + GST 18% per person for a group of Three to Four participants.
● Rs. 7,000 + GST 18% per person for a group of Five or more participants.

 Mode of Payment: NEFT/ Gpay/ Cheque
 Please write to email: iitdpune@gmail.com; rajiv@iitdworld.com or Call /WhatsApp on 9822089898 / 8308459802, mentioning the name of participant, Mobile no, email id, company name with GSTIN.
 Soft copy of Course Material will be emailed.

Digital Certificate of Participation will be provided to all the participants.