Stress of teaching
Teachers and trainers can be prone to burnouts
because of the pressures they come across
or put themselves under.
Stress and other factors can sometimes bury their
unique training talents and skills. Teachers and trainers
do suffer from anxiety and there are a number of
reasons that do contribute to it. Key issues include:
- Their shifting roles and positions in the private and public training sector and
- Their frustration in coping with the constantly changing responsibilities.
Using the right training methods
A trainer can remain happy and balanced in their daily tasks by preparing well in advance.
This will help a trainer stay focused and in control with the training plan.
This helps one accomplish their daily objectives and longer term training objectives.
Remember you will feel less anxious and frustrated with the daily training life by adapting to the methods that suit.
Motivating the motivator
Just like anybody else, a trainer also needs constant motivation to sustain and perform consistently well. They should be able to communicate and interact with other training professionals and be able to discuss their daily needs and expectations. The also need positive feedback as to the quality of their training and any tips on areas of improvement.
Train the Trainer – Getting proper training is a must
Taking a proactive role in your personal and professional development will help you manage and overcome the rigors and stress of your daily schedule.
It is quite necessary for a trainer to undergo proper training so as to keep the positive momentum going. A course that would be recommended is a FETAC Level 6 Train the Trainer course. This will assist you with the training and qualification you will require in your future training development.
If you would like information on our Train the Trainer course please contact Progressive Training
on 1890 245345. You can also contact us through our online enquiry form.