Educate and inform

Knowing your field is one thing. To teach and inform others is a different matter.

Course description:

The course aims to provide a good basis for working as a professional educator internally or externally. Maybe you are about to introduce new employees, inform about a new IT system, changing processes, and more. After completing the course you should be able to plan, implement and evaluate self-produced courses where the knowledge should be useful immediately, for a demanding professional and academical group.

Target group:

You are already an internal educator and want to get better or you want to become a educator, and be responsible for knowledge transfer in various forms of business and management. You are a manager and leader and want to develop a learning organization.


Presentation skills.


You prepare yourself by doing an analysis of your learning style and study preparation materials. During the course we mix theory and practice with experience-based learning. You work with your own training sessions, case studies and experience sharing.

Course documents available for download to iPad or computer:

  • Comprehensive course material with slides, checklists, templates and exercises.
  • Literature: How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching [Kindle Edition], The Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series.
  • Diploma obtained after completed training.



  • Learning styles, role of the teacher, adult education.
  • Teach and learn.
  • Information or education?

Plan and Prepare

  • Goals and purpose.
  • Use all your senses.
  • Efficient time allocation.
  • Resource allocation.
  • Checklists.
  • Target, prior knowledge, expectations, motivation, relationships, attitudes and values.
  • Documentation.
  • Information, exercises, examples and group work.
  • Participants preparation.
  • Creating a good learning climate.
  • Location and premises.


  • The first five minutes.
  • Process management.
  • The right start.
  • Introduction.
  • Presentation.
  • Query management.
  • Conflicts and emergencies.
  • Participation.
  • Managing interference.
  • Personality types

Follow up

  • Termination.
  • Summary.
  • Evaluation.
  • Certificates.
  • Remaining tasks.
  • Follow-up.