Soft Skills Trainer - Soft Skill Trainer [Thread 287800] - CiteHR
Anoopinmba
Hr Profissional
ACT
Training, Motivational Speaker, Writing,

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Hi. I wish to undergo a trainer’s certification in Soft Skills Training. Is there any specific programme fulfilling my objective. I shall be pleased to know your valuable ideas. Regards, Anoop
Hi Anoop

The concept of soft skills is very wide and encompasses a very wide gamut of subjects. Ideally you must do a Train the Trainers (TTT) certificate program which is offered by various institutes across the country. It is important for you to get a feedback from participants who have undergone the program and equally important to know who the trainer is.

Meanwhile, choose some subjects of your liking and expertise and attempt to give a few lectures in colleges so that you get the hang of delivering talks to a large audience and also get familiar with your subject contents. Many good trainers have never undergone formal training but have instinctively become excellent trainers.

Remember training is not the same as teaching or lecturing. In training focus is on sharing knowledge that can be quick applied in the work environment. This means you need to get participants actively participating in exercises, games, activities etc to gain first hand feel of the points being made by you. So prepare for such games and activities and learn to use it appropriately.

Finally you must go an attend training programs held by others for you to get a hang of the styles of training. the techniques adopted and how trainees react.

If interested do also read the following Inspirational and Motivational Blogs

www.actspot.wordpress.com - Daily Blog
www.poweract.blogspot.com - Weekly Blog

Best Wishes

Hi Jacob, Thak you very much for the valuable information. Hope it should help me out in the long run.
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