Certified International Trainer 48th Exclusive Edition
The International Trainer Program methodology is intended to engage master trainers in coaching new trainers that are less experienced with a particular topic or skill, or with training overall. This Program will build a pool of competent instructors who can then be eligible to train other people. Participants typically get to watch themselves and other attendees, they Presenting, Completing the exercises, and then Practicing Training segments for other participants.
For the tenth year, we have been keeping the solid track of certifying professionals to pursue their careers in becoming a business trainer. This program prepares, empowers and grooms attendees to plan & design their training materials using the latest international best practices and to present their content in a way that touches the heads and hearts of their audience.
- Understanding learning Competencies for adult educators
- Accommodating the preferences
- The art of facilitation
- Planning a workshop
- Questioning as a training technique
- Kirkpatrick’s levels of evaluation
- Dealing with difficult situations
- Blended Learning
- Training preparation and presentations
- Know your Competencies as a Leader and a Trainer
- Use these Competencies Effectively to Create and Lead Teams
- Ensure a Win-Win Situation when Dealing with Conflicts between your Team Members
- Strengthen Teamwork
- Detect Problems Quickly and Solve them Immediately
- Build a Reliable Relationship with your Customers through Developing your Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Meet the Trainers:
Dr. Hady Safa
As one of the Arab world’s renowned motivational speakers, Hady is a vibrant inspirer and highly-trusted resource in business and professional circles for Lebanese and Arab CEOs, non-profit and business leaders from all sectors. For two decades he has not only profoundly experimented competencies development, but also has helped hundreds of businesses and individuals think and act strategically.
Hady went through an extremely challenging way building his educational blocks, transforming from a young kid who started working after-hours at the age of sixteen, self learning through college, into a PhD holder, successful Entrepreneur, self development author and inspirational speaker.
Today, Hady leads several companies in diverse industries within the region, ranging from Human Resources Consulting, Training and Development, Web and Mobile Solutions, Real Estate and Commercial Media.
A Lebanese/Canadian Professional Development Facilitator, Certified Hogan Assessor and Coach, has been in the field of training since 1998. Born and raised in the Middle East, Feras is familiar with the local business culture, and often incorporates his knowledge and experience to the intricacies of the region. Fully capable of delivering in both English and Arabic simultaneously, Feras ensures all participants of his dynamic and interactive programs fully comprehend communicated material.
Feras specializes in the design and delivery of training programs, specifically those targeting the leadership and interpersonal traits of employees, along with front end sales and sales management training.
Feras also consults on matters relating to Talent Management, including Learning and Development, Recruitment, and Performance Management.
Schedule & Pricing:
- Sharm El Sheikh: Savoy Hotel- Soho Square
- From Thursday 30-September till Tuesday 05-October-2021
- From 10:00 Am till 04:00 PM.
- Cairo: Mariot hotel -Omar Al Khiyam
- From Thursday 02-December-2021 till Tuesday 07-December-2021
- From 10:00 Am till 04:00 Pm
- Registration fees:
- 2200$ per Individual, with three certifications from IES Paris, HR Certification Institute and Standards-HRC upon program completion.
What it means to become an International Trainer:
Many new problems confront organizations, ranging from successfully integrating new technologies to fast reacting to ever-changing industry and market situations. Finding and retaining qualified people is one of the most significant challenges that businesses confront in attaining their objectives, and it predates the Industrial Revolution.
According to a LinkedIn survey conducted in 2019, 94% of employees would stay at their current positions longer if their employers invested in their professional growth. According to the same report, the most difficult difficulty businesses have in cultivating exceptional people is persuading individuals to “make time for learning.”
Company trainers, whose responsibilities have expanded in recent years beyond traditional technical training and corporate rules and procedures, are responsible for bridging this gap. International trainers engage with employees and managers at all levels of an organization to ensure that the workforce is equipped to deal with the complex difficulties that today’s workplaces present.
A typical day in the life of a corporate trainer can entail leading training sessions for new or existing employees or developing skill development programs to meet organizational goals. They collaborate with human resources (HR) and business group managers to determine training requirements and initiatives.
The International Trainer’s Impact on an Industry:
Companies have been looking for effective ways to measure the return on their investment in employee training for as long as they’ve been training their staff.
Training, on the other hand, has a demonstrable positive impact on a company’s profitability as well as the job satisfaction and career advancement of its personnel. Take a look at this:
- Assist Employees in Achieving Peak Performance and Learning Important Skills
The majority of corporate training focuses on showing competency in core job functions, but the goal should be to motivate and allow employees to achieve and maintain peak performance levels. Setting quantifiable goals is the first step toward achieving top performance and learning new work-related abilities. Employees develop a habit of excellence in all aspects of their work lives as a result of their efforts to achieve those goals.
- Promote Continuing Professional Development
All types and sizes of businesses struggle to stay up with technological and market changes. Continuing professional development (CPD) is designed to keep employees informed about these changes so they may use them to their advantage and that of their employers.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States has created six professional development techniques that can be applied to any industry or profession:
- Make a professional development infrastructure and keep it up to date.
- Based on learning theory and best practices, develop training and technical help.
- Inform employees and employers on the advantages of professional growth.
- Put in place training initiatives that will result in good change.
- Participants should be followed up with to reinforce their new skills and knowledge.
- To assess the success of professional development programs, collect and analyze data.
- Motivate and Mentor Employees to Advance Their Careers
The benefits of mentoring workers throughout their careers are evident in these statistics:
- According to a 2019 CNBC poll, 91 percent of mentored employees were satisfied with their careers, with 57 percent saying they were extremely satisfied.
- Mentored workers were significantly more likely than others to say they are well paid (79 percent vs. 69 percent) and that their contributions are valued by their co-workers, according to the survey (89 percent to 75 percent ).
Employees need to know that their bosses are invested in their progress. Employers can participate in opportunities to enhance their employees’ careers in seven ways, according to Robert Half:
- Take a genuine interest in the career ambitions of your staff.
- Provide a variety of virtual possibilities for learning new skills and broadening your understanding of the industry.
- Encourage formal mentoring and work shadowing to offer employees a better understanding of their career alternatives.
- Allow staff to rotate into new positions with new duties and roles.
- Encourage employees to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
- Remind employees how critical their contributions are to the company’s goals and mission on a regular basis.
- Establish a succession strategy.
- Teach Leadership Skills and Promote Courses, Seminars and Other Opportunities for Job Growth
Although the three most common themes for corporate training are leadership, communication, and conflict resolution, the most valuable skill for employees in today’s work situations is flexibility. When employees are needed to respond to unpredictably changing work situations in an instant, specific talents are necessary.
Employers profit in a variety of ways when they encourage their employees to develop leadership abilities and continue their education.