‘Training’ is Students for Global Health’s way of building your skills and the capacity of your network so that you feel empowered to take your innovative, creative and passionate ideas around Global Health and put them into action.
Training New Trainers (TNT) is a a jam-packed weekend that aims to teach you all the skills you need to become a trainer, or become an effective and well-rounded advocate for change. It’s a fun, busy and transformative weekend. Completing it will allow you to run sessions for your branch, nationally or even internationally.
People have described TNT as ‘inspiring’, ’empowering’ and ‘the best thing I’ve ever done with Students for Global Health’ – and now there’s a chance for you to take advantage of this amazing opportunity!
If you fancy getting even more involved and becoming a certified trainer yourself you can apply for TNT.
The next TNT is from the 1st-3rd December 2017; with double the training fun, with courses running at two Universities in the UK , one at the University of Keele and one at the University of Brighton. Apply now at http://tinyurl.com/applytnt18 . Applications close at 12pm midnight on the 29th October 2017.
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More detail to help you decide if TNT is right for you…
TNT lasts from Friday lunchtime until 5pm on a Sunday. There are usually 14-16 people in each TNT, with 3 to 4 trainers guiding you through the weekend.
The weekend includes sessions on personal development, teambuilding, strategic planning, building a movement, leadership, conflict management and public speaking. As well as burnout prevention, training skills, facilitation skills, and time management.
It’s an incredibly interactive weekend, with the majority of your time spent in group work and group discussions. You’ll get to know the rest of your group very well by the end!
Throughout the weekend we encourage you to reflect on everything you do; to think about why you think and believe certain things, as well as to maximise your learning from each activity.
During the weekend you also get to plan and run your own mini training session so that the trainers and your peers can give you.