5 reasons why training is an exciting experience for trainers
Becoming a trainer can be both exciting and valuable experience for those who are willing
to be a part of the non-formal education to deliver trainings in any professional sector.
For the sake of emphasizing the necessity of continuous training and making a self-development to perform better, trainers need to recognize why training could be an exciting experience in their professional path.
So here are our 5 reasons why training can be a valuable experience.
Opportunity to Explore
Every time you train, you explore your hidden competencies in planning and delivering content as you can tackle a topic in various ways based on the training needs analysis
According to the TNA the training could be implemented in different ways depending on your participants age, needs, gender, educational &professional background and also the environment where the training is conducted.
A way to exchange information
Being a trainer allows you to enrich yourself because you are not only a “sender”, who transfers information, but on the same level you “receive” knowledge from adult trainees,who already have a life experience in their fields and personal visions during interactive discussions.
As a trainer, you are the one who brings the contagious energy into the classroom whether virtual or physical.
This contagious energy must inspire others to adopt new perspectives in order to change themselves by acquiring new skills and attitudes or update their knowledge to perform better.
Dealing with different personalities
When trainers are good communicators, they guarantee a high level of productivity and engagement in the training environment.
Trainers face a true challenge as they are required to handle different personalities that reflect various emotions and might be convinced about beliefs that they don’t agree with. However trainers must show acceptance and respect to everyone, that’s why training tests the personnel durability and the ability of absorbing difference.
Playing different roles
As a trainer you play different and effective roles during trainings, because sometimes you act as a leader to control the training room, otherwise you perform as a facilitator when managing discussions and an innovator while inspiring trainees.
So you must know when, why and how to use each role.
These are our ideas about why being a trainer could be an exciting experience if you have other opinions, please do not hesitate to share it with us and visit this page to know more about why completing Train the Trainer programme with Notting Hill College.