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Communication Skills For Trainers

18 June 2024 | 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM AEST

Excellent communication guarantees information is shared effectively with students and colleagues, and ensures strong class management.

About this Webinar

In a learning environment that changes constantly, communication is a crucial skill set for trainers.
Beyond presenting information and leading discussions, it is vital for a trainer to be highly skilled in all aspects of communication. He or she should use language that learners can understand; keep industry specific terminology to a minimum; give clear directions for activities; involve students through appropriate humour, anecdotes and examples;
and build on the ideas of others. This will lead to training sessions that are engaging and highly valuable for participants.

What you will learn

This webinar focuses on the communication process, what effect body language has on learning, and the communication awareness model. You will also explore the most common barriers to communication, and improve students’ satisfaction in your RTO.





Identify the most common barriers to communication

Understand the Communication Model process

Identify the importance of body language for effective communication

Review principles of congruent communication



Use the Communication Model to improve how skills and knowledge are transferred to students

Use body language to support learning

Adapt verbal and non-verbal communication to motivate students

Use active listening techniques



Improve how learning is transferred

Improve students’ satisfaction

Improve effectiveness of class engagement

Reduce student’s miscommunication with students and colleagues

Meet the facilitators

Mo Kader

Communication Skills For Trainers

Join us in this insightful webinar with our expert speaker Mo Kader.

We only have a few slots for the webinar so make sure to secure your spot today!

A Statement of Attendance is issued on completion of live event activities.
Non-accredited training. This does not lead to an AQF Qualification
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