All training and facilitation has gone virtual, there are so many great programs teaching you how to deliver a virtual event. Then why would you need a workshop like Training from the BACK of the Room-VE (TBR-VE)?
Have you ever seen a magician perform his or her tricks? How do they do it?
All the virtual training programs you usually see focus on sharing virtual techniques and tools that they use. Those are very valuable and can make your training interactive and engaging.
In addition to offering 40+ virtual techniques and tools, two aspects makes TBR-VE stand apart
1. how the human brain works and how some of the effects are acute in a virtual environment
2. Using the 4Cs design how can you string the virtual tools and techniques to ensure that the learning is retained in the long term memory of the learner.
It took eight months and 12 top trainers from across the world to create a unique program like TBR-VE. Besides being from different geographies, these trainers teach different courses that give each and everyone of them a different perspective. The research and experience that has gone into creating this program has made this the most richest available offering
Brain Science: In your virtual class, your learners join from everywhere on a small box in zoom. You do see them but the connection is very impersonal and lacks the warmth of an in-person class. How do you connect with them and make them feel safe. Safe to engage with you and the rest of the class. How can the trainer awaken the visual, auditory and kinesthetic sense of the learners? TBR-VE goes deep into brain science and shares practical solutions for the above questions and much much more
The 4Cs Map brings the brain science learning and the 40+ techniques and tools together into an instructional design
that goes beyond the traditional class room learning into a series of well thought out discovery sessions to engage your learners as well as confirm their knowledge.
TBR-VE in September and October. TBE-VE is made up of 5 short modules of 2.5 hours each. Right here as trainers we wanted to use the brain principle of shorter trumps longer. This principle becomes much more acute. The attention span of a virtual learner is much shorter, so how do we engage with them in shorter amounts of time as well as use the time in-between for participants to do exercises that review what they learnt as well as prime their brain for the next class.
Finally I like to share testimonials from our participants
“I liked how sneaky the course was. We were applying what we were learning without even realizing it until after when the light bulb went off. Usually you apply your learning after but doing it while you were learning was pretty darn cool.”
“Consider psychological safety/how you design the module is key/death by lecture/use the tools and techniques/start from the end & objective/remember need to have vs nice to have”
“To learn you must Teach! I absolutely loved this concept. This has helped me understand the C2 (Concepts) and challenge my original way of teaching. The liberating structures and tools have helped me already in my retros and regular scrum ceremonies. Needless to say I have a lot of take aways and I’m so thankful.”
“How to design a great training using several powerful techniques that engage learners and incorporating brain science principles to make learning stick.”