Postponed until 2015 in Germany.
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Training from the BACK of the Room!
The training will be held in Munich and facilitated by Certified Trainer Rolf Katzenberger - dates to be determined. Please click on the link above, or check back on this website, for details about rescheduling.
After this training, you're feeling cheerful, you're bursting with ideas, holding a detailed concept of your own workshop in your hands. What more could you ask for?"
Coach, Trainer, Consultant
"The course taught me a lot - and that's due to both the method and the trainers' performance."
CEO Aeiforia GmbH
Rave Reviews for
Certified Trainer Angela Doyle and
CT Ass't. Kumar Dattatreyan:
"Training from the BACK of the Room!"
Certified Trainer Angela Doyle and CT Ass't. Kumar Dattatreyan received outstanding evaluations for their facilitation of "Training from the BACK of the Room" July 2015 from a group of enthusiastic attendees in the Washington D.C. area. See all the great comments and photos on the Events
page. Log onto Angela's website at Fast Forward Training
for more information.
"Training from the BACK of the Room!"
Trainer Certification Course Requirements
Nashville, TN January 2015
Trainer Certification Prerequisites.pdf
Applying the 4Cs Map to Enhancing Team Performance
Author: Salah Elleithy
About the Author: Sallah Elleithy is the Managing Consultant and Learning Facilitator for SparkAgility a training and consulting company with a focus on enabling agility and enhancing team performance. This article is a "must read" for Agile and Scrum trainers who plan to attend "Training from the BACK of the Room" or the Trainer Certification Course.
Adventures in Accelerated Learning
Author: Roger Brown
About the Author: Roger Brown is a coach and trainer in the world of Agile Software Development, a team-based approach to creating innovative products. He has an interest in the application of neuroscience to learning, creativity, and collaboration. You can correspond with Roger on his professional blog at www.agilecoachjournal.com or his personal blog at www.infinitedigress.com.
The Science of Learning: Best Approaches for Your Brain
Author: Mark Levison
About the Author: Mark Levison is an Agile Software Development trainer who also specializes in applying cognitive neuroscience to classroom-based instruction and coaching software development teams. For more about Mark and the links to his articles, click here or you can access his personal blog here.
Sticky Teaching: Understanding What a Brain Can't Ignore. Slide presentation by Chris Lema
Help! My Presentation Sucks: 3 Emergency Ideas to Help Your Presentations Slide presentation by Oliver Adria
Preventing Death by PowerPoint!
from Sharon Bowman
Treat yourself to Sharon's
free, ten-minute micro-courses:
All of these short, quick, image-rich slide presentations can also be found on the Articles/Slides page.
Preventing Death by PowerPoint
Six Trumps: Six Learning Principles that Trump Traditional Teaching
5 Tips for Interactive Webinars
How To Teach It So They Learn It
How to Map Your Instruction in 4 Simple Steps
Engage the Brain: 5 Ways to Create Interactive Slides
How to Design Great Training: Begin with the End in Mind
Different Trumps Same: Getting the Brain to Pay Attention
Teaching Adults ANYTHING in 4 Easy Steps
Movement Trumps Sitting
What Participants Are Saying
About Sharon's Programs
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Brad Streets, Retail Sales Trainer, LG Elecronics
was the most useful course I have attended in my career - lifelong
learning at its finest!"
Hutchings-Medina, InstructorWashington University
in its scope and complexity made simple! This course presented essential
training information in a totally fun and involved way!"
Southwest Gas Corporation
There is something in this course for everyone, from novice to experienced
trainer - stimulating and action-packed! "
Gravesen, Training CorrdinatorGeneral Mills
"Go! Even if you've been
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training possibilities at my disposal."
Harris, Division HR Manager
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