Writing training courses can be a time consuming and difficult process.
Most trainers would rather be in the training room working with groups and coaching staff in the field rather than writing new training materials.
There are however many reasons to write course plans, manuals, exercise briefing etc. The most significant reason being that once a programme is committed to paper it becomes bigger than any individual trainer. Multiple trainers in different locations can deliver the course repeatedly and in a consistent manner.
In this workshop we show how to write great training materials quickly and effectively. Delegates will discover a range of proven processes for generating great content, developing a clear structure for your session and writing in a useful and accessible style.
The workshop is entirely practical and we always work on developing real course materials. Delegates identify a programme that they need to write and every exercise will relate to that programme. It is not unusual for delegates to leave the workshop with upwards of 90% of their chosen programme written (in draft form).
They will also leave with useful templates and checklists that delegates will come to rely upon on a daily basis for editing, developing and amending their existing courses.