Make It Stick!: Activities to Make All of Your Trainings More Fun and Impactful

Do you want to engage your staff and volunteers in training sessions? Do you want the material to stick long after the training ends? Experiential learning helps make any training, whether in-person or online, more fun and impactful for both new and veteran employees and volunteers. This session will provide a variety of training activities that can be used as openers, energizers, reinforcers and powerful learning tools for all types of learners. We encourage you to participate and experience the activities in the same way your staff and volunteers will during your training sessions. Please be prepared with 4 sheets of blank, white 8½-in. by 11-in. paper, a pen or pencil, and a sticky note or small paper square. All of the exercises can be easily replicated in your department/agency to maximize the impact of all of your in-person or online training sessions.


Learning Objectives
Following this session, learners will be able to:

  1. Describe the advantages of using interactive exercises to increase training effectiveness.
  2. Identify where in training sessions they can insert activities to make training more effective.
  3. Utilize a variety of activities to successfully convey their training messages with stronger impact while having fun. 




NRPA Education online learning content is accessible for 180 days from the date of your registration. The learning content is available for registration for one year from the date of origination.

Roz Buck

Principal

Roz and Jed Training & Consulting

Roz and Jed Buck are proven youth development experts and dynamic speakers. After working side by side as the owners/directors of Meadowbrook Day Camp from 2004 to 2016, they launched Roz and Jed Training & Consulting to help Youth Development Professionals make a difference. They have presented keynotes, breakout sessions and workshops for a wide variety of RPA Conferences across the country.

Jed Buck

Principal

Roz and Jed Training & Consulting

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