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Title: Presenter/Facilitator Training Program


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Presenter/Facilitator Training Program
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Why train presenters?
  • To develop better coaches and officials...
  • We need great presenters and facilitators to
    educate them!

3
How to structure learning
Structure learning that is RAVE
R responsible Did the session allow learners to take responsibility for their learning?
A active How active and involved was the group?
V variety Did the session involve a variety of learning methods?
E engaging Did the session capture and hold attention?
4
Skills for presenters
Presenters/facilitators should demonstrate MOAR
Qs
M message Did you get your message across and achieve the session outcomes?
O organisation Planning, organising and managing the group (people, time, resources).
A approach Adapt to deal with the difficult unexpected. Be positive, confident and in control
R review Reflect on how the session went and review what to change for next time
Q questions Did you use questions? Can you use Moar questions!
5
One-minute presentations
  • Group 1
  • Insert names
  • Group 2
  • Insert names
  • Group 4
  • Insert names
  • Group 3
  • Insert names

6
How people learn
  • Where and how do coaches and officials learn
    best?
  • Practical take theory out of the classroom
  • Scenario and problem based learning
  • Mentoring

7
Practical session
  • You will participate in a practical session -
    typical in coaching or officiating education
  • Then analyse the session as a presenter (how it
    was delivered, not the content of what was
    delivered)

8
Learning methods
  • Facilitated discussion
  • Practical
  • Case study or scenario
  • Role play
  • Brainstorm
  • Video/DVD
  • Questioning discussion
  • Web based / multi-media
  • Mentoring
  • Lecture/presentation

9
Difficult people
  • Think of consequences.
  • Action needs to be taken.
  • Always remain calm.
  • Person may stop if prompted.
  • Be patient

10
Learning styles
Visual They like Graphs, charts, mind maps/flow charts and images. Auditory They like Discussion groups, questions, audio recordings, key points and cue words.
Read/write They like Lists, headings, written cue words/phrases. Kinaesthetic They like Demonstrations, doing the activity, learning by experiencing, video feedback, visualisation.
11
Individual needs and diversity
  • Cultural differences
  • Generational differences
  • Hearing / vision impairments

12
Example slide Hydration
  • Fluid intake before, during after activity
  • Fluid intake should sweat loss
  • Children have ? risk of dehydration

13
Powerpoint
  • Does it add to your presentation?
  • 6 words, 6 lines
  • Be consistent
  • Background colour
  • Font colour

14
Whats wrong with this slide?
15
Planning activity
  • Topics
  • How to plan a training session
  • Dealing with conflict
  • Ethics responsibilities
  • Working with kids
  • Safety risk mgmt
  • Plan the following
  • Who is the audience?
  • 3 key points
  • Delivery method(s)
  • Learning aids (equipment etc)
  • Time allocation

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Learning aids
  • Data projector / PowerPoint
  • Whiteboard Flip chart
  • DVD / Video
  • Worksheets / handouts
  • Specialist presenters
  • Instruction cards for role plays, scenarios or
    activities

17
The future
  • Interactive white boards
  • E-learning
  • Satellite
  • Podcasts

18
Getting better
  • Ask the audience
  • Evaluation form
  • Peer review
  • Video yourself
  • Self-reflection
  • Do more presentations

19
Five-minute presentations
  • Group 1
  • Insert names
  • Group 2
  • Insert names
  • Group 3
  • Insert names
  • Group 4
  • Insert names

20
Roles and responsibilities
  • NCAS and NOAS requirements
  • Ambassador for the sport
  • Resources and support from your sport

21
Running a workshop
  • Course coordinators role.
  • Logistics, admin, personnel, venue, coordination,
    assessment processes
  • Sorting out problems

22
Risk Management
  • Participant safety
  • Content up to date
  • Participants physically able
  • Safe environment
  • Presenter liability
  • Insurance
  • Professional indemnity
  • Public liability

23
Summary
  • Structure learning that is RAVE
  • Presenters need to demonstrate MOAR Qs
  • Use a range of learning methods aids
  • Preparation and review
  • Consider your audience be able to adapt
  • What does your sport require of you?
  • Better presenters/facilitators
    better coaches and officials.

24
Thank you
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