As you would expect from the Trainer’s Forum we have catered for a range of learning styles!
Throughout the day there will be opportunities to try out a range of exercises and games that you can take away to use at your own training events.
A key focus of the day will be engagement and ensuring that your training event [whether in person or virtual] results in learning.
We will be running a trainers surgery allowing delegates to share their experiences with the group and will be including an update from the recent MHRA GCP forum.
09:30 - 10:00 Registration [Coffee and Networking]
10:05-10:15 Introductions – Mystery Partner set up
Education, engagement, entertainment – Alex Knibbs
Train to start, Coach to implement
– Virginie Chasseriau
12:00- 12:45 David Montogomery – Topic to be confirmed
13:45-14:30 Bite Size Training - Annie Duffy
14:30-15:00 Trainers Surgery – Ask the Audience!
15:15-15:30 Mystery Partners
15:30- 15:50 ICR & Other Updates – Alison Messom
15:50-16:20 Recall Game
As trainers we are focused on helping other people develop,
however the aim of the forum is to focus in on helping trainers develop themselves and thus be better positioned and provisioned to help others develop and hone their skill sets.
This forum is not just for dedicated trainers – if you have to deliver training as part of your role you will be equally welcome!
Stephen Covey in his inspirational ‘ The Seven habits of positive people ‘ talks about sharpening the saw, a reference to the concept of enhancing
the greatest habit you have – YOU!
A woodcutter strained to saw down a tree. A young man who was watching asked “What are you doing?”
“Are you blind?” the woodcutter
replied. “I’m cutting down this tree.”
The young man was unabashed.
“You look exhausted! Take a break. Sharpen your saw.”
The woodcutter explained to the young man that he had been sawing for hours and did not have time to take a break.
The young man pushed back…
“If you sharpen the saw, you would cut down the tree much faster.”
The woodcutter said
“I don’t have time to sharpen the saw. Don’t you see I’m too busy?”
Make time for your own development and join us for this exciting forum.