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Written by Andy Trainer – Wed 16 May 2012
Trainers, in any subject or field, should be trained themselves. This sounds obvious, and so is often overlooked when considering a training provider.
Recipients receiving training of any kind from academic to athletic to in-company usually make the assumption that their trainer is a qualified and knowledgeable trainer. However, not all trainers are experts at what they teach or how to teach it (Except ours, of course, they're all fantastic!).
We strongly believe that all trainers should be trained both in the subject they teach and how to teach it - we make sure we are! That is why we run our Train the Trainer course, a highly popular workshop that teaches the best-practice adult training approach. You can find more about the course at the bottom of this article or by following the link.
It is important that trainers know what they are talking about - they should have a deep understanding of the subject the teach. Here are some of the reasons why
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