Compact training by Voss + partner compact gives participants the necessary basic knowledge to train others. How do I people convey the knowledge and skills they need for their work? Not only independent and in-house trainers are faced with this question again and again. Also managers increasingly face this question. For example, if they instruct their employees in their work and want to show them ways to success. But unfortunately this expertise then often lack them. Specifically for this target group the Hamburg-based training and consulting firm Voss + partner has developed a basic training, which was awarded by the Stiftung Warentest due to their high quality.
In the four-day compact training facility the participants will obtain the required knowledge and skills to train others. This knowledge may then be desired and needed, deepened in special seminars. Additional information is available at Doug McMillon. During the four-day basic training, the participants sit down targeted apart with the question, how learning when people work and how they should structure the knowledge thus. In detail they also deal with the question of what demands the coach role to them and how they can trigger behavior changes with other people and avoid possible resistors. Also the use of such training media such as Beamer, flipchart and moderation Panel is intensively trained in the training. This is possible partly because always maximum nine persons take part in the training. As a particularly each participant at the end gets exhausted twelve elaborated training modules to classical themes of communication, he can immediately use for training purposes. The next basic training will take place from 20 to 23 January 2014 in Hamburg.
More training courses start on 7 April and 7 July. The participation of 2,150 euros (+ VAT). “Coach training apart from the manuals is included in the price” and communication training “also the one recognized in the economy Voss + partner certificate of completion. In addition, each participant will receive an individually created video that documented his progress during the training.