This Jennifer Young accredited Train the Trainer qualification allows you to teach your own therapy courses and be insured to do so.
The Jennifer Young accredited Train the Trainer qualification also allows you to teach for learning organisations and institutions such as private colleges and some Further Education colleges.
Learn how to teach with full support and encouragement – share your knowledge and skills
A fabulous trainer can mean the difference between success and failure for students. Knowledge is not enough to ensure training is effective. Good tutors identify the learning preferences of their students and adapt their delivery and exercises to suit the learner, thus helping the learner to achieve as much as possible from the course or qualification.
We all know the difference that a good teacher makes to our learning.
The Jennifer Young Train the Trainer qualification gives you everything you need to become a wonderful, engaging and motivating oncology massage course tutor.
The most up-to-date training methods and techniques are included in this practical distance learning course filled with exercises, activities and valuable content.
The course materials equip you with everything you need to gain an accredited train the trainer qualification. You will learn how to run a highly successful oncology course, be that a formal qualification or a practical, skill-based workshop
Upon completion of this accredited qualification
In addition to the training work book and materials you will also receive:
This Train the Trainer training course is delivered remotely. You will receive the learning materials by email and will work through them independently.
Our structured materials have been divided into three days with four key sections.
Section 1 – Learning Theory
How do we Learn? – Looking at the methods in which people learn and identifying how we can practicably relate to these styles when we deliver.
Learning Characteristics – Taking into account the different characteristics people demonstrate when learning and understanding what this might mean for us as trainers, tutors, workshop facilitators and teachers.
Section 2 – Preparing the Training
The Learning Requirement – Categorising the learning required, understanding why it is required and questioning if training is the best approach.
Learner Characteristics – Understanding who it is that will be trained and their likely individual and specific requirements, as well as other variables.
Practical Constraints – Taking into account issues such as budget, time, facilities, skills etc.
Objective Setting and Content – Identifying core objectives and structuring content around this framework.
Practical Application – A chance to apply what has been learnt so far.
Structuring the Session – Highlighting the importance of structure to any training intervention.
I.N.T.R.O. – Ensuring a successful start to a training session.
Development – Covering; The Measure of Success, Contents and Methods of Learning – all critical to the successful construct of training.
Communicate with the Learners – Setting the participants up for the session by providing all necessary information and support prior to an event.
Preparing the Venue and Yourself – Ensuring everything is organised as required to provide a smooth session.
Section 3 – Training Delivery
Trainers Nerves – Assisting participants by helping them to keep the focus on the right things.
The Trainers Toolkit – The importance of delivering training that is rich and varied. Linking back to learning theory and providing visual, feeling and hearing elements.
First Impressions – Establishing and maintaining the correct impression with our participants.
The New Attraction – Demonstrating the importance of portraying the correct body language and voice.
Questions About Questions – Highlighting the importance of questioning to provide an effective training session.
Giving Feedback – Providing positive, open and honest feedback to participants and ensuring they benefit from feedback during training.
Participant Behaviour – Looking at different personalities of people that attend training and how to manage these so that everyone achieves their objectives.
Visual Aids – How to put visual aids to best effect, including; Flipcharts, PowerPoint, Posters, Handouts, Props and Models. Also; a chance to prepare visual aids for the participants mini training session on day 3.
Evaluation and Assessment – Looking at different methods of evaluating and assessing training from a theoretical and practical point of view.
Section 4 – Practical Training Sessions and Feedback
This is an opportunity for you to put into practice all that you have learned (and developed) throughout the last three sessions.
You will gain valuable insight into different methods and styles of your previous teachers/tutors, develop your own style as well as practicing in a ‘safe’ environment, during our online assessment.
You are required to complete and submit a course booklet which will take 6-8 weeks to mark. All of the answers to the questions in the booklet are contained in the course materials. You are also required to deliver a 15 minute micro teach on any subject of your choice via skype (or another similar video calling interface).
The course content will provide you with ample advice throughout on developing your ‘training session’ content. There is also an abundance of useful tips inside the workbook that provide practical tips on developing a training session.
These train the trainer course materials will provide you with the tools to be able to:
Explain why it is important to deliver training with an appropriate mix of visual, hearing and feeling elements
Select the most appropriate method(s) of training for the topic(s) being trained
Carry out a simple analysis of learning needs to ensure that the training you deliver is fit for its purpose
Develop training sessions using a structure that ensures that your participants consistently achieve their learning objectives
Take the necessary steps to ensure that you, your participants and the venue are prepared for you training sessions
Deliver training with a balance of trainer and participant activity aimed at ensuring the learners get the most from your training sessions
Overcome your nerves by ensuring that the focus of your training remains on the participants (you shouldn’t have to talk too much, good trainers engage their learners by using activities and active learning)
Conduct training sessions that encourage the level of learner participation that best enables them to achieve the learning objective(s)
Work with your participants so that they are able to get the most out of your training
Make effective use of visual aids
Conduct effective evaluations of your training sessions
Provide feedback to learners that helps them to get the most out of practical activities included in your training
Self-analyse your training so that you are constantly developing your skills as a trainer
Accept constructive feedback about your training so that you are constantly developing your skills as a trainer
Full support throughout your distance learning
Feedback on your micro teach
An ICM accredited certificate of qualification