day trainer-training workshop with Roger Greenaway
Reviewing Skills and Tools for TrainersThe details of this programme may be adapted to suit participants' needs and interests, but the overall structure will remain as outlined below.
Creating a Climate for Learning
Beginning a course
Doing it and reviewing it.
Getting involved in learning
Why reviewing and why active reviewing?
Why use activities in training?
Revolver - trying out different perspectives
A climate for all learning styles?
Clarifying how you like to learn - and why.
and making reviewing a surprise.
Observing, giving and receiving feedback
concentrated practice in key reviewing skills
The active reviewing cycle
matching reviewing methods to theories of experiential learning and development
Re-viewing and Re-experiencing
working in the red zones of the cycle
Sharing a valued experience
and the value of sharing significant stories
Re-viewing and re-living experiences
tools to bring experiences to life
Speed and search techniques
tools to help you select what matters most
Getting to the Point
working in the black zones of the cycle
tools for investigation and analysis
reviewing as a balancing act
tools for change - from re-viewing to pre-viewing
Reviewing day 1 using the reviewing cycle.
Previewing day 2 and checking priorities.
Reviewing for Team Development
an activity-generating activity.
Models of development
Why learning cycles aren't enough.
Images of teamwork
sharing values about teams - actively.
Reviewing for better teamwork
tools for helping teams learn and develop
Escaping from default patterns
Individuals, groups and (even) facilitators retreat to 'comfort zones' when lost.
Starting from a combined list of common default patterns we will actively explore how reviewing can help to get individuals, groups and facilitators moving. You will have the opportunity to review your own reviewing.
Evaluation, Transfer and Follow-up
How reviewing can increase the impact and value of training programmes
Key issues about transfer: transfer, translate or transform?
What you can do before, during and after training events to promote transfer
Transfer within a training event
Transfer beyond a training event
[These topics are based on Roger's two day programme on how to transfer of learning.]
Countdown to the end of a programme
Doing the most important things well. Using this course as a live example, you will learn how to design 'perfect' endings for your own programmes.
Carry on learning
Ending the course. Continuing the learning.
About Roger GreenawayRoger Greenaway is the author of Playback and other books and articles about reviewing. Roger provided his first trainer-training courses in reviewing at Brathay in the early eighties. He was awarded a doctorate in 1995 for a study entitled 'Powerful Learning Experiences in Management Learning and Development'. Roger now provides reviewing skills training and consultancy in the UK and abroad.
went down so well with the staff that we asked
Roger to run a second training event for us''
techniques are still working wonders for us on
the job with what occasionally seem to be miraculous results. Thank you
[3 months on]
our clients benefited long term because the
transfer of learning from our programmes was greatly enhanced''
'How to Transfer Learning and give your training lasting impact' is a 2 day trainer-training programme that complements the reviewing skills programme described above. Or you can attend it as a stand alone programme see next page
Down Your Way
If you would like either of these events to come to you (instead of you going to them) please contact Roger Greenaway at firstname.lastname@example.org to discover how this can become a reality - whether you are one person, a training department, or a group or network of colleagues - and wherever you live in the world.