Training the Trainer

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  1. Allow the potential trainer to observe the actual program delivery. Once would be great, multiple times is recommended.
  2. Spend time with them to share insights on the methodology: Why we do what we do, how we do it, words to use/words to avoid, how to articulate the story of the program or training.
  3. Allow the potential trainers to deliver smaller portions of the program and provide them candid feedback in a private session. Then have them deliver a longer portion of the program, based on the critique given.
  4. Have at least two trainer students work together for the first few sessions, to hold each other accountable. This is best if the Master Trainer is observing the entire program.

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