The official 2-day in-person “Training from the BACK of the Room” (TBR) Practitioner Class is a globally-acclaimed, interactive, skills-building train-the-trainer class for anyone who is a trainer, teacher, instructor, coach, or facilitator of learning.
Training from the Back of the Room (Created by Sharon Bowman) is a training format and collection of techniques that harness Neuroscience to do your training as brain-friendly as possible to increase its effectiveness; your attendees will learn and retain so much more. But it’s so much more than that; it’s a new way of approaching training and group work, it’s inspiring and interactive, and the focus is on the service of the learner.
Preparing knowledge in an engaging, “brain-friendly,” and interactive way is a compelling prerequisite for attendees to reflect on their own behavior, try out a new behavior, and (want to) apply it in their day-to-day life. This training supports you in designing effective training sequences.
Join a growing number of learning specialists that ensure learning sticks!
Sharon L. Bowman. She has written seven popular training books and is the president of Bowperson Publishing & Training. Sharon has been a professional speaker, author, teacher, and trainer for over forty years. She works with people who want to fine-tune their information-giving skills and businesses and educational institutions that want to offer exceptional in-house staff development programs.
Her popular two-day 'Training from the BACK of the Room (TBR)' course is one of the favorite train-the-trainer resources of agile coaches and trainers worldwide.
Facilitators, teachers, trainers, agile coaches, scrum masters, or leaders who design, or facilitate workshops, meetings or other learning events.
Anyone who wants to address an audience and wants to make sure that learning and knowledge “sticks”, whether in meetings, workshops, or training sessions.
This course helps you to become a better trainer, reflect on your own behavior as a trainer, and experience learning firsthand.
For me, the book was not enough. Julian's training was much better.
Agile Coach, CET GMBH
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In this 2-day in-person TBR Practitioner Class, you’ll explore how the human brain really learns, which is very different from traditional assumptions about learning. And you’ll be introduced to “cognitive neuroscience” concepts – the brain science behind all effective instructional design and human learning.
During the class, you will:
Explore six powerful learning principles based on the best of brain science.
Apply these principles every time you train, teach, instruct, or coach others.
Experience and collect dozens of interactive instructional strategies that you can use with any topic and any group of learners.
Use the 4Cs Map – a powerful 4-step instructional design and delivery model – to design any class or training you facilitate.
Create a training plan specific to a topic you already teach.
Receive a 55-page resource workbook that is only available with this class, as well as hard copies of Sharon Bowman’s best-selling books: ”Training from the BACK of the Room!” and “Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick.”
Julian Kea is a serious games facilitator, consultant, and coach for capacity development. As an Experiential Learning enthusiast, he believes in the power of co-creation and highly interactive learning approaches. His tool set includes interactive minds-on facilitation techniques, feedback-driven learning and change management approaches, empathy and a healthy dose of self-awareness. His background in Business and Education equips him with the skills to design and hold spaces where participants can exchange ideas authentically, develop mutual understanding and strengthen collaboration.
Julian’s Mantra is “Rediscover Learning. Work Smarter.”
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