Center delivers one day Train the Trainer session to Dallas Area Rapid Transit Training Supervisors

Posted September 2017

DART Trainers participating in group exercises during one-day Train the Trainer

On August 24, 2017, the Center delivered a one-day session of it’s very popular 5-day Train-the-Trainer course. This session was given at Dallas Area Paid Transit in Dallas, TX. Program Manager Tia Brown delivered training to twenty-one (21) Training Supervisors from operations, maintenance, and customer support departments.

The training covered the Adult Learner and the Effective Instructor. Participants participated in group exercises and had a chance at the end to practice some instruction skills. Participated were so inspired by the presentation that they were requesting to attend the week long Train the Trainer where they would have the opportunity to participate in a smaller classroom setting that would allow for more practice teaching opportunities. The Center will work with DART to schedule the full week long Train the Trainer in the near future.

For more information the Center’s Train-the-Trainer course, contact Program Manager of Instructional Design Julie Deibel-Pundt.

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