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New Release: The Training Book

ITrain has pubished The Training Book, the handbook for trainers.

Step-by-step, you'll learn how to focus on learners' needs and exceed their expectations every time, add punch to your presentations, and create truly great training materials. Through an in-depth exploration of over 50 different technical articles that delve into most important skills that lead to success as a professional trainer, The Training Book demonstrates quickly and succinctly the steps you must take to become a great trainer.

Dave Murphy, founder and membership director of ITrain, calls this book a "must-read for all IT trainers."

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Chapters

Trainer Certification: Why is it so vital?, 1
A Trainer's First Steps, 4
Be an Engaging Presenter , 8
Bond & Speak Clearly, Part 1, 11
Bond & Speak Clearly, Part 2, 14
Ten Training Rules, 17
Training: Preparation, Flexibility, Evaluation, 21
Selecting The Best Trainer: Techie or Feel-Good, 26
Ten Tips to Evaluate a Trainer, 29
Classroom Rules, 32
Tips For Help Desk Trainers, 35
E-learning Success, 38
Preparing for E-Learning, 41
E-Learning ISD, Part 1, 44
E-mail Pitfalls, 47
Creating Better Training Materials Faster, Part 1, 52
Creating Better Training Materials Faster, Part , 255
Trainers as Technical Writers, Part 1, 59
Consultive Tutoring, 62
Contractor or Consultant?, 65
Connecting Your Classroom To The Internet, 71
Computer Viruses: an executive overview, 74
Anti-Virus Procedures, 79
Phage, Vermes & Equine, 82
Burn Your Data, 85
Software Piracy: Prevention Is Your Responsibility, 90
Small Group Training Success, 95
The Wise Trainer Questions, Part 1, 98
The Wise Trainer Questions, Part 2, 101
Linux File & Print Services on a Windows Network, 104
Training Startups: Getting Funded, 107
Selling Your Training, Part 1, 112
Great Trainers are Trusted Advisors, 115
Don't Let Training be the First to Go, 118
Setting the Stage, Part 1, 121
Alternate Training Venues, 124
Evaluating Training Courseware, 126
Helping Adults Prepare For Training, 129
Learner-Centered Training, Part 1, 132
Teach Windows Security, Part 1, 135
Team Training, 138 Intranets As A Training Tool, 141
Facilitating Training, 144
Training Potpourri, Part 1, 146
Training Potpourri, Part 2, 149
Training Evaluation Worksheet, 152
The Eight Steps That Guarantee Great Training, 154
The Effect of Multiple Intelligences on Learning Performance ,157
Characteristics Of The Seven Multiple Intelligences ,162
Recognizing Different Learning Styles and their effect on learning and retention, 166
Computer Mediated Training: What does it mean for trainers?, 172
Learning Taxonomy: Introduction for IT trainers to Benjamin Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives in the cognitive domain, 177
Why Join an Association of Professional Trainers?, 182

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