13 Winning Activities that Support Learning Transfer
Enable greater control of sessions, through holding participant attention.
In most situations, a carefully selected game or activity will support the trainer in attracting and maintaining interest in their session. If they are not playing, they are straying, so it is important to find the ‘ying and yang’ relationship between the content and supporting activities. Remember, games are not the antithesis of content. Moreover, they help to challenge, reinforce, persuade, refocus and reassure participants.
This session provides thirteen (13) fun and engaging activities that can be used to support learning transfer.
Date: Wednesday 13 April 2022
Time: 11am AEST (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane)
Duration: 1 hour
Investment: $55.00 inc GST.
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- Develop an awareness of how to use training games to build enthusiasm and reinforce learning
- Build a toolkit of practical activities that can be used to engage participants
- Identify specific activities that can be used to support learning transfer
- Enable greater control of sessions, through holding participant attention
Jason has more than 13 years of training and assessment experience, gained predominantly in corporate environments. He has specialised in delivering training in sales, coaching, business communication and management and has received international acclaim for his work in Learning and Development.
Jason was the winner of the Platinum Award for “Best Young Learning Leader” at the 2011 LearnX Asia-Pacific Awards and was named a young trainer to watch by US Training Magazine in 2012. In addition to his dynamic face-to-face facilitation, Jason has built skills in developing effective online training programs and has been heavily involved in the customisation of training material to meet unique client needs.
Jason is a two-time MRWED Trainer of the year and is one of only three trainers to be certified in Bob Pike’s Train-the-Trainer Boot Camp, the world’s most well-respected trainer training program.
A strong advocate for the participant-centred approach to training, Jason has spoken on the topic of Creative Training Techniques at conferences all over Australia and at multiple events in the United States. Most recently Jason was named as the top presenter at the Annual Creative Training Techniques conference in Minneapolis (2014).
A Statement of Attendance is issued on completion of live event activities.
Note the video recording of the live event will be available to all participants within 48 hours after the event.
Vocational Training including Competency-Based Training
- Facilitating Training
- Deliver and facilitate training sessions
- Supporting Learning
- Establish the learning-facilitation relationship
The following statements are received when the course is completed:
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