Certified Teacher Practitioner, CTP

Teachers are the future builders, improving their knowledge, skills and behaviors is the core of our Certified Teacher Practitioner program.

What will you learn?

1.     Communication Strategies

·        Identify common communication problems that may be holding you back

·        Develop skills to ask questions and to enhance active listening.

·        Deal with situations assertively

·        Enhance your ability to handle difficult situations

2.     Develop Your Executive Presence

·        Identify the elements of executive presence and build trust and credibility with others

·        Communicate effectively using verbal and non-verbal techniques

·        Create a strong, positive first impression and maintain that impression

·        Develop key leadership skills, including techniques for coaching, motivating, and delivering feedback

3.     Making Teaching Stick

·  Identify ways to help learners make connections

·  Know how to write learning objectives and demonstrate tips for following up after training

·  Catch ways to take the training further

4.     Motivation

·        Understand common motivational theories and how to apply them

·        Use different types of motivators and create a motivational climate

·        Design a motivating job

·        Catch ways to take the training further

5.     Managing Disruptive Behavior

·        Teach expected behaviors

·        Diagnose why students misbehave, the influence of culture and how discipline is applied

·        Consider different types of punishment, its consequences with sample worksheets

6.     Survival Skills for The New Teacher

·        Understand the essential background for the trainer to have

·        Explore how being guanine enhances training

·        Identify elements of good questioning and listening skills

·        Recognize the skills in a trainer’s toolbox and identify skill areas for development

7.     Anger Management

·        Understand anger dynamics in terms of anger cycle and the fight and flight theory.

·        Know common anger myths and their factual refutation

·        Know the helpful and unhelpful ways in dealing with anger

·        Identify the difference between objective and subjective language

·        Express a feeling or position using I-message and negotiate a solution building

·        Reflect on one’s hot buttons and personal anger dynamics

·        Learn and practice de-escalation techniques

8.     Using Activities to Make Teaching & Training Fun

·        Use sense of humor and apply humor principles in adult learning

·        Use different types of games and to troubleshoot when games go badly

·        Methods to elicit participant buy-in

·        Understand how action planning and analysis tools can help your team perform better.

9.     Public Speaking – Presentation Survival School

·     Establish rapport with your audience and Learn techniques to reduce nervousness and fear

·     Recognize how visual aids can create impact and retention

·     Prepare, practice, and deliver a short presentation

Develop techniques to increase a professional presence

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