Do you remember the last time that you were a participant on a training course? How did you feel when the trainer opened their mouth to speak? Did time go into slow motion, did the chairs become harder as you struggled to absorb what they were saying? Or, were you instantly interested? Then amazed that it was already time for the coffee break.
What is it that makes the difference between trainers who are good, and those who are either just mediocre or poor? It’s easy to differentiate between the abilities of different trainers when you’re a participants on a training course, but how do you make sure that you are in the good to excellent category when you’re the trainer, being judged by the participants.
There are 7 key ingredients to being an excellent trainer…..