Success stories of train-the-trainer solutions

A new iMOVE brochure highlights eight success stories of train-the-trainer solutions, realized in a joint effort by German and international partners. It depicts how lifelong learning is now a reality, not just for students and apprentices but also for trainers.

The Training of Trainers (ToT) is a high-level professional capacity-building process for qualified instructors, facilitators and supervisors. In order to have a real and inspiring impact on the learning processes and experiences of young people, trainers need to undergo comprehensive training measures themselves. These should be designed to develop or refresh the instructor’s ability to run exciting and effective programmes.

This process is usually aimed at familiarising the trainer with the specifics of new or revised contents. These often relate to the general characteristics of the profession and provide answers to questions regarding the required abilities and competences of the instructor, how to manage a group and its processes, how to perform an exercise, and how to design a course. However, personal qualities, characteristics and skills play an equally important role. Ideally, the participants gain insight into their own approaches and an understanding of how to kindle the creative spark in others on a personal level.

Tailor-made ToT enables trainers to help apprentices and trainees move through different learning stages - to know, to understand and to do – and also to adapt their programme design to the different learning styles of their participants. Key is also to provide a safe learning environment and be in contact with all participants, their learning goals and concerns. Thus, they can help people accelerate their personal development, become more successful and self-confident, as well as set and reach new goals in life.



The digital version of the new iMOVE brochure on train-the-trainer solutions will be available on our website by the end of this year. Please order your print-outs by e-mail.

Source: iMOVE