Trainers Need Practice Too!

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Trainers often remind learners that practice is paramount to the transfer of skills on the job. The same can be said for a trainer’s own facilitation skills. 

But ATD knows your time is valuable. Our one-day Introduction to Training Certificate Program presents opportunities to practice the skills you need to be an effective trainer. Choose from the following practice opportunities outlined in the infographic below. You’ll not only learn about these valuable topics, but also select one to practice delivering a mini training session.


To gain a strong foundation in adult learning principles and uncover how practice and preparation are the key to successful facilitation, join me in Chicago on September 23 for the Introduction to Training Certificate Program

About the Author
Julie Patrick is a learning and performance consultant with JP Learning Associates. Julie has been a trainer, facilitator, and instructional designer since 1992. As a former manager of a corporate university, Julie was responsible for new employee orientation, leadership and management, sales, client training, systems, and administrative training programs. She holds numerous certifications, including DDI, AchieveGlobal, and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment, and designs and implements training and development solutions that help clients achieve their desired business results. Julie also serves as an in-person and online facilitator for ATD's Master Trainer, Training Certificate, Instructional Design Certificate and Creating New Manager Training Programs Certificate Programs. She also wrote the Infolines "Creating Training Manuals" and "Creative Facilitation Techniques for Training." Julie has a bachelor's degree in business administration and a master's degree in organization development.
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