Train the Trainer workshop

Enrol this online course to acquire the skills and understanding to design, assess and deliver maritime training programmes

Train the trainer maritime workshop

How do you train the group? How do you come across as a trainer? How do people respond to you? Self-directing: what does this mean? what are the limits to self-directing? What competencies should you have as a trainer? What training method suits you?

How ready are you to develop and deliver a Training yourself? Enroll to this course and let’s start preparing together. 

Our team remains available to provide you with any further information you may need. Contact us by writing to global.marinetraining@rina.org.

Date: 12nd & 13rd April 2022

Duration: 10am to 4pm (CET)

Price: EUR 500,00 (plus VAT) per attendee

This online (live) course has been developed to provide the participants with the skills and understanding to design, assess and deliver maritime training programmes. Those who successfully complete the course will be able to teach a maritime competence-based course effectively using appropriate methods and teaching aids.

The program includes the planning and relational aspects related to training, focusing on the characteristics of professional tutors/teachers participating in the course and the type of training provided. The targets will be focused on:

- Creating a language and a common style among tutors/teachers interested in the business to ensure a consistency of image inside and outside

- Providing a global view of educational processes, with particular attention to the effective use of approaches and methods adjusted for the learning targets and the type of participants

- Strengthening communication skills and the relationship with students during coaching, for individual paths and in classroom management

- Raising awareness in the participants about the most effective learning techniques for adults

- Mastering the variables needed for an effective design of training/training interventions

- Providing techniques to enhance communication and to establish an effective relationship with its participants

- Focusing on the key moments and critical situations typical of classroom training

- Considering the most effective behaviors to keep during a training and during the management of the classroom and participants

- Communication methods: listening and answering

Assessment of the knowledge and experience of the participants

What does it mean “to learn” and how do we do it?

Learning methods (individual and group) & and advantages and disadvantages

The main factors that affect learning

Teaching methods and teaching aids

How to design a training program: from the targets/objectives to the lesson and organization planning

Training Development Techniques

Training Delivery Tips

Working in small groups and group discussion

Communication techniques: sympathize with the public

Non-verbal Communication / Language: the use of language and methods to arouse interest

Group process’ phases: the behaviors of the participants and the trainer, from the beginning to the end

Practical case studies / The trainee becomes the Trainer

Maritime professionals, engineers, managers and executives that are (or going to be engaged in) carrying out trainings both at the Office personnel and onboard. For instance, the DPA, Safety Manager, CSO, Crew Director, Technical Manager, Master, Chief Engineer, Safety Officer, Chief Mate, Naval Architect, etc.

RINA Attendance Certificate.