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Event Details

The Train the Trainer training is part of the develoPPP project "Capacity building for local technicians on the construction, maintenance and safe handling of biogas plants in the Philippines".


With this online training, we want to create multipliers who can share their knowledge on biogas biology, technology, and plant safety. Equipped with pedagogical skills and insights on adult learning, you will be able to independently train new plant personnel and other persons interested or exposed to biogas plant operations and maintenance.


It is also envisioned, that this pool of trainers will support the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI) to replicate the biogas training on a regular basis in the future.


You are part of a group of 10 selected participants who will undergo this Train the Trainer training, free of charge.

May 23, 2022 to Jun 3, 2022 (GMT+8)

Speakers

  • Maria Vanessa Valencia (Senior Master Trainer)

    Maria Vanessa Valencia

    Senior Master Trainer

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Agenda



Day 1 (May 23, 9 AM - 12 NN)

Welcome & Introduction 

Effective Trainer 

Adult Learning 

Training Preparation 


Output: Relevant training plans


Day 2 (May 24, 9 AM - 12 NN)

Learning Objectives 

Learning Domains 

Training Plan 

Session Plan 


Output: Outline of a session plan



Day 3 (May 30, 9 AM - 12 NN)


Engagement Methods 

Assessment  


Output: Finalization of the session plan 


Day 4 (May 31, 9 AM - 12 NN)

Presentations


Output: 10-15 min presentation 

Reminders

Please take note of these reminders for a smooth training session: 


  • Participants need to attend all four sessions to get certified. 
  • Make sure you are in a quiet, well-lit space and that your area is free of audio and visual disturbance. 
  • Ensure you have a stable internet connection before logging in.
  • Cameras should be turned on for the duration of the session. 
  • Active participation during the session is highly encouraged.
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