Training as training ambassador

Last Wed­nes­day, De­cem­ber 13,2017, we had five trai­nees from the first year of ap­pren­ti­ce­ship a one-day training as am­bassa­dor for vo­ca­tio­nal training in Bad Mer­gen­theim from the Cham­ber of In­dus­try and Com­mer­ce. Af­ter a short wel­co­me speech and a round of in­tro­duc­tions with the other trai­nees and the cour­se in­st­ruc­tor, the training star­ted. We star­ted with a small group work in which we should think about “what is part of an ap­pren­ti­ce­ship” and should pre­sent our ide­as in de­tail. This reve­a­led many dif­fe­rent aspects and to­pics that di­rect­ly or in­di­rect­ly be­long to a training course.
Af­ter dis­cus­sing the collec­ted points we re­cei­ved a lec­tu­re from the tea­cher about the ge­ne­ral ap­pearan­ce of pre­sen­ta­ti­ons (ges­tu­res and fa­cial ex­pres­si­ons), the cor­rect struc­tu­re of Power­Point sli­des as well as the use of the dif­fe­rent media and their benefits.
When the lec­tu­re was over, we re­cei­ved new to­pics to in­tro­du­ce our­sel­ves in groups of three, which we worked on and then pre­sen­ted to the rest of the au­di­ence. Our to­pic was “lear­ning tech­ni­ques”. The pre­sen­ta­ti­on went very well and the fol­lowing feed­back on our ap­pearan­ce and ex­pres­si­ons was most­ly po­si­ti­ve from the rest and the tea­cher. We have been gi­ven some tips to im­pro­ve our gestures.

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