A lot of trainers cringe at the term “edutainment” (the need of education to be entertaining), however the fact is: if a course is boring – irrespective of its importance – your training efforts will probably fail. To sustain a fun, activity based training course, register in PD Training’s How to Deliver Fun, Activity- Based Training course.
This excellent training course provides you with the skills to transform boring training content into dynamic and activity-based learning. It also teaches you how to include appropriate humor and games during training, and how to use different types of games and troubleshoot when games go badly.
This How to Deliver Fun, Activity Based Training course can be delivered at your premises anywhere in Singapore by one of our expert local or international trainers.
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This intensive and fun course is the fastest way to develop a deep understanding and skills in delivering fun, activity-based training that enhances its outcomes.
After completing this course, participants will have learned to:
I found it very refreshing not to do another personality type course on leadership, but more about applying the leadership style to the staff member's developmental stage. Great delivery, lots of hands on and lots of involving staff. I got my staff to do stuff they don't like doing which was really good!
Training needs to be fun to get the best results. To achieve changed behaviors, and acceptance of new practices, training needs to be interesting, appealing, inspiring and challenging. Training also needs to be engaging enough to keep the attendee’s interest, as today’s trainers have to compete with mobile devices, distractions from email, text interruptions, etc.
During this course, participants learn the techniques to deliver fun, activity-based training including introducing humor and games, developing original games, learning troubleshooting, and using creativity.
How To Deliver Fun, Activity-based Training Course is a short training course designed to develop a comprehensive understanding of the kind of humor and activity suitable for a classroom, and how games can help in engaging participants.
How To Deliver Fun, Activity Based Training - Lesson 1
How To Deliver Fun, Activity Based Training - Lesson 2
Choosing The Right Activity
How To Deliver Fun, Activity Based Training - Lesson 3
When Activities Don't Work
How To Deliver Fun, Activity Based Training - Lesson 4
Using Humor in Training
How To Deliver Fun, Activity Based Training - Lesson 5
How To Deliver Fun, Activity Based Training - Lesson 6
Workshop Wrap Up
In-House training benefits:
To Be Engaged All Day
Activities and discussion for engaged learning all day.
An outstanding trainer
On average PDT trainers have 15 years industry experience 7 years training experience.
Focussed on you
We always tailor activities and scenarios to be relevant to you.
Refresher Course $0
In-House and Public Class participants are welcome to join a public class in the same topic for 12 months.
1/2 Price Coaching
We all know the importance of reinforcement, so we'll come back within 90 days of the original course 1/2 price.
The confidence of booking with an acclaimed multi national training company.
Support, reinforcement & extension eLearning and videos in the App.
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