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Training Games

Training Games

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Published by: Maria Maria on Apr 29, 2012
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Training Games
Guide For Trainers For Use WithinAny Training Session
Copyright - 2008
No part of this document can be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system ortransmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,recording or otherwise without the prior written permission.
Introduction To Using Games Within Training Sessions
Training games represent an important part of a trainer’s toolkit thatallows the trainer to foster communication, enhance interaction, creativityand learning, and energize group formation. By their composition, gameshelp to
Facilitate Introductions
Assist Group Formation
Introduce Topics, Concepts Or Themes
Highlight Key Learning Points
Prepare Participants For Learning
Energize The GroupGames are generally used at any stage in the training event. Most openingactivity games should last around ten to fifteen minutes though there are arange of issues that influence what games that you employ during theremainder of the event. It is important that all participants are comfortablewith the training game even though sometimes the exercise maychallenge them.
Choosing Games For Training Events
There are many issues that need to be considered when choosing a gamefor you training event. These include:Rationale/GoalsIt is always essential that the game chosen reflects the rationale andgoals of the training event.ExperienceIt is also crucial that it has been tried and tested on others and thatas a trainer you are familiar with all aspects of the activity.Audience
Consider who the audience is?
Are they there as a group or as individuals?
What are their ability levels? Remember individuals also liketo be challenged.
Have they completed the game before?

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