Train-the-Trainer Certification program – Intermediate (Digital Trainer)

Train-the-Trainer Certification program – Intermediate (Digital Trainer)

Focus Areas:

1. Return on investment (ROI) on learning assets 2. Training needs analysis 3. Organizational training needs 4. Process orientation in training


– Classroom Presentations with appropriate videos, images, etc. – Question/answers, case studies, experience sharing by Faculty & Participants.


Senior Trainers make upto Rs. 9.5 lakhs a year (Source: Training Managers earn between Rs. 8-15 lakhs a year, depending upon the profile of the organization and role.

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About the program:

This one-day online course, helps Participants to articulate value for the development programs that are driven respectively. Professor Donald Kirkpatrick is renowned for creating a highly influential model for measuring training effectiveness. This course will not just introduce the model but also discuss its implementation methodology. Ability to calculate ROI in learning assets is a key ability that differentiates Training Managers from Trainers. The course also consists of the needs and purposes for verifying the skills imbibed in the training course. Developmental needs for an organization stems from a variety of business imperatives. The course makes Participants proficient in analyzing these training needs for organizations. The course comes with a Trainers’ Guide which has all the content of the Advance course.

Strategic advantages:

1. Training effectiveness – Organizations are asking for ROI for learning assets. Business Leads are increasingly seeking articulation of value that learning programs are delivering. This program will help the Participants to effectively reason out the investments in training. This will help the Trainers to enhance not just their own value in the organization but also establish learning as a critical part of the Business strategy. 2. Evaluation of training – Evaluation is a process to determine the relevance, effectiveness, and impact of activities in light of their objectives. In evaluating a training and development program, one needs to consider that most training and development activities exist in a larger context of projects, programs, and plans. 3. Training needs analysis (TNA) – TNA enables organizations to channel resources into the areas where they will contribute the most to employee development, enhancing morale and organizational performance. This training will help Participants to implement a TNA approach for their organization/clients effectively.

How to take the course?

Participants will get a link in their email or on their Whatsapp. They need to click on the link and the class will begin. Classes can be taken from laptops, cellphones as well as on normal computers.