Brief Action Planning Train the Trainer Workshop – Unavailable Until Further Notice
Appropriate for educators who are certified in Brief Action Planning.
Prerequisite: Brief Action Planning Certification (within one year of the Train the Trainer course)
This workshop will prepare educators to deliver the Brief Action Planning Workshop.
During the first part of the train the trainer course, learners walk through the Brief Action Planning face-to-face workshops that they will be teaching step-by-step, participating in the activities with a trainer’s perspective. There will be facilitated discussions throughout to help them analyse and understand why the activities are designed the way they are, and they will have time to ask questions about facilitating specific parts of the workshops as they come up. They will also learn how to customize the workshops based on their audience and time constraints. They will also discuss teaching tools and approaches before taking time to plan their own next steps.
The major assignment for the course will be to lead a practice teaching session, where trainees will be assigned a section of the course material to teach the class. This will give them an opportunity to practice in a safe environment and receive feedback from their instructor and their peers.
Successful trainees will come away with hard copies and online access to resources for conducting their own workshops (including a PowerPoint presentation, handouts, and a customizable training plan).
Capacity for this course is 6-12/instructor. Contact us for more information about how to arrange for your group to take this course.
- Identify expectations of BAP trainers.
- Describe the 5-step model for training.
- Discuss a training plan and activity guide.
- Critique a workshop plan.
- Plan a BAP workshop.
- Describe learning activities and application of 5 step plan to training
- Discuss training activities for adult learners.
- Demonstrate responding to different situations that may arise during a training.
- Discuss skills needed for training in BAP
- Demonstrate teaching BAP
- Demonstrate ability to provide confirming and constructive feedback using a feedback sandwich.
- Define fidelity.
- Describe why fidelity is important in BAP training
- Describe responsibilities of the trainer for fidelity
- Describe implementation of BAP in your organization.
- Commit to offering a workshop
- Describe next steps for BAP
CCMI’s train the trainer courses help people gain the skills and confidence to conduct learning sessions of their own. Trainees are taught by CCMI Master Trainers and are provided with transformative learning approaches designed to help learners apply new skills in practice. CCMI uses and teaches learner-centred, performance-based approaches to adult education. Our workshops include:
- Learning activities that evoke understanding and build skills.
- Practice activities that increases practical understanding and allow trainers to provide constructive feedback.
- Facilitated discussions about how new skills and knowledge can be applied in learners work or volunteer setting.
Trainers who conduct a workshop and submit the required documentation within a year of their training will receive a certificate of trainer recognition, valid for one year. Each year trainers are expected to conduct a workshop and submit documentation to renew their trainer recognition and maintain access to CCMI trainer resources.