Introduction to EASA Aviation Training for Trainers - Do you see your Future as an EASA Regulatory Instructor?

Introduction to EASA Aviation Training for Trainers Do you see your Future as an EASA Regulatory InstructorSofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline considers the core aspects related to developing training competence.

The focus of a Train the Trainer (TTT) course is to identify, encourage and enhance your Classroom Instructional Skills. Learning from professionals how to define a training program & best practice methods for facilitation and presenting.

>> To understand how to perform a Training Needs Analysis and to develop material and content.
>> Ensuring the delivery of an active and engaging learning experience for the delegates.

The TTT course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the requirement for effective training within the maintenance SMS and to share a range of learning techniques which will enable you to deliver strong and effective training.

>> To do this you will understand the Adult Learning Experience - Andragogy as well as to understand the best use of instructional tools and techniques to enhance instruction.
>> Sofema Online courses focus on the various techniques to optimize and deliver practical presentations as well as develop your communication skills.
>> During the training you will learn how to create a lesson plan that incorporates the range of learning activities as well as understand how to develop Course Material and preparation through an effective Training Needs Analysis.

Aviation trainers need to understand:

>> How to motivate participants.
>> How to maintain attention.
>> How to ensure participants' active involvement throughout the training.

The rationale behind the Sofema Train the Trainer course is quite simple:

>> The role of Trainer / Instructor / Coach /Mentor is open to everyone who is prepared to take the necessary steps to achieve
>> It is also based on the belief that the most appropriate training is often delivered within the workplace – means by the organization for the organization.

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Train the Trainer is a specific type of course and it is important for you the delegate to interact and practice speaking and discussing with your colleagues and delegates

Please Note (To ensure the maximum personal benefit from this training)

>> Whilst it is not important to assume a role in every exercise it is an excellent opportunity to practice your personal skills. In this regard, you are encouraged to participate to the maximum possible extent to benefit from the training.

Discuss the following:

>> What is Positive Feedback?
>> What is Negative Feedback?

Feedback can be positive or negative, and both types of feedback are necessary for effective personal growth.

>> Positive feedback reinforces and acknowledges a job well done, focusing on the person’s strengths and encouraging them to stay the course.
>> Negative feedback is corrective feedback that points out issues with behaviour or performance and helps redirect misaligned priorities.

Whether the feedback is positive or negative, it should always be effective and constructive. Otherwise, you risk leaving your employees feeling criticized, demotivated and disengaged.

For the duration of this course and beyond, let us focus on the importance of providing both negative & positive feedback in a constructive and beneficial way!

Course Objectives

Attendees of the TTT course should be able to meet the following objectives following successful completion:

>> Understand the best use of instructional tools and techniques to enhance instruction.
>> Understand the Adult Learning Experience – Andragogy.
>> Understand techniques to optimize and deliver practical presentations.
>> Focus on the development of your communication skills, including verbal, non-verbal, and active listening skills.
>> Develop a comprehensive understanding, instructional design, and presentation skills.
>> Gain the confidence to deliver engaging and impactful training sessions.
>> Learn how to design and deliver practical exercises, group activities, simulations, and case studies
>> Learn how to motivate participants and maintain attention and promote participants' active involvement throughout the training.
>> Consider group learning and collaborative learning techniques.
>> How to manage difficult students and topics.

Next Steps

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