By Bogdan Vaida, Experiential Trainer
This course is for you
Why should you become a student in this flagship training on Active Reviewing?
• To be able to engage your students’ full set of learning skills so that their learning is rapid, significant and memorable.
• To inspire long lasting results by generating immersive learning experiences.
• To become an expert in facilitating learning from experience.
• To access the Active Reviewing Toolkit (A.R.T.), a time-tested repository of efficient reviewing techniques.
• To use tools such as the Horseshoe, the Activity Map, Action Replay and others in order to empower your students with instant awareness.
• To experience an experiential, step-by-step, action plan specifically designed to instill powerful teaching methods into your arsenal.
“Roger knows more about how to turn experience into learning than anyone I know or know of. His particular brand of creativity--always seeing multiple ways to look at things, plus deep experience and thoughtful, research-based approach- make him second to none in his field." - William Spencer, Whole System Learning, New York
Do you want to forge powerful trainings that inspire change in your students?
Trainings where change is visible and memorable? And do you want to be called back, as a trainer, again and again?
Then join this advanced train the trainer programme and take your learning to the next level!
Trust me.. Actually don’t trust me- I’ll prove it to you!
Take advantage of the 30-day money back guarantee and try it out. If, for any reason, you aren’t satisfied, you can request a full refund within those 30 days.
3 experienced trainers and facilitators created this advanced training:
Roger Greenaway, PhD
"We have used many of your reviewing tools and transfer strategies in our programs already, very effective and innovative! Our clients like it, we like it... my favorite is Metaphor Map, which I used a lot as last summarize activity in my program with fantastic effects!" - Susan Zhu China
We have, none other than the inventor of Active Reviewing, Roger Greenaway.
Roger’s goal is to help people become more effective in facilitating learning from experience.
He is an international trainer of trainers who specialises in developing
and refining active reviewing techniques. He also focuses on strategizing ways in which learning can be simplified and made more interactive.
He mostly trains in the UK, Europe and Asia. But he also teaches in Africa, North and South America and Australia.
Next comes Călin Iepure. Călin is the Romanian governor of the Toastmasters public speaking and leadership organization. He is a public speaker and a certified master trainer, a master facilitator at Bootcamp University, a master facilitator for Speaker Elite Timișoara and a very successful business consultant.
As a managing partner in TrainingMasters Consulting, Călin organizes events and trainings on subjects like Persuasion, Communication, Public Speaking, Leadership and Entrepreneurship.
And last but not least, Bogdan Vaida.
I’ve been an experiential trainer for the past 7 years, creating situations and environments through which people learn by doing. I’ve held trainings in Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania and a few other Eastern European countries. I’m a trainer for Erasmus+, Toastmasters, Alpha Personality, The European Law Students’ Association and many, many other organizations.
But this is not about my fellow colleagues or me. Călin, Roger and I are here for you! We are interested in what you need to do in order to step up your trainings. We are here to help you achieve your goals!
This training is not for first timers. If you’ve never held a training before we won’t teach you how to do it so I’d advise you not to enroll in this course. It’s not for you.
What we provide for you are techniques and principles for active reviewing (also called dynamic debriefing) that you can use in any type of teaching (be it trainings, seminars, workshops, facilitation sessions, public speaking - yes, that's right- any type of teaching!) And these techniques generate long term transfer of learning.
A few of the techniques that you’re going to learn during this training:
• Back to the Future - draw from past experiences and resources to help you in your future journey.
• Goal Keepers - optimize your learning through learning partners.
• Storyline - reflect on your ups and downs during a challenge to help you prepare for future challenges.
• Horseshoe - instant feedback on dilemmas that you or other participants may face, while seeing a topic from fresh perspectives.
• .. And many more!
By using these methods you will get to know your students much better because you are giving them tools that help them reflect, express and communicate. Being more in touch with your student’s needs and expectations makes it easier for you to make good judgments about how best to help them learn and achieve their goals. And you will have achieved all this by using interactive methods that most students prefer.
Einstein once said that “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler”. When we created this course we took his wisdom into consideration and we created practical techniques that can be implemented instantly. We won’t bore you with long, exhausting stories or motivational speeches. We give you the tools that help you achieve your expected results. All of this in our advanced yet simple to understand train the trainer course.
It is so much easier to say, "I teach students" than it is to say "I help students learn from their experiences by providing reflective tools and facilitating the learning process." A loooong sentence, but much more meaningful. And this course will help you understand and act on it.
Join now and learn from the experience of international trainers and facilitators!
Course overview - 24
Active Reviewing - drawing learning from experience
BONUS: Archimedes' Eureka moment - reflecting is itself an experience
Help us get the training you desire
Meet the trainers - Roger Greenaway, Calin Iepure and Bogdan Vaida
Reviewing with playing cards - a practical model
Facts: Activity Map - what experiences and assumptions do you bring with you?
facts: Action Replay - let's re-live and look again at what’s happened
feelings: Empathy Test - how would your partner answer this question?
feelings: Storyline - what was your journey like?
findings: Goal Keepers - how am I doing?
findings: Horseshoe: where do you stand?
futures: Back to the Future - using your assets to help you achieve your goals
futures: Missing Person - what kind of newcomer would really benefit this group?
BONUS: Interview with Roger Greenaway
When to review? - how to design a reviewing strategy for a whole program
Not enough time for reviewing? - how to review quickly or create more time
What could possibly go wrong? - spot these traps and know how to avoid them
Top 10 tips for reviewing - use tasks, keep moving, be a model plus seven more
Q&A: get answers to your questions - participation leads to learning. Agree?
Help us improve the toolkit
Bring Roger to your country
Experiential-ise your curriculum with Bogdan
Final words - your next steps can ensure that your own learning becomes active
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