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RJG's Train the Trainer program is designed for those who fully intend to instruct others in their organization on the methodologies and techniques learned in their Master Molder training. Trainers are eligible to teach Math for Molders, Injection Molding Essentials, Systematic Molding, and the DECOUPLED MOLDING® Workshop within their organization. To be successful as trainers, candidates must have a strong DECOUPLED MOLDING® background and enough experience to be comfortable in front of a classroom.
The true value of this program is that graduates gain the skills, tools, and confidence needed to successfully pass this knowledge on to others in their company. This is a great advantage for anyone directly responsible for implementing a training program. The strategies, DECOUPLED MOLDING® techniques, and implementation processes taught in RJG's Master Molder® Series are emphasized in this course. Trainers will be coached in presenting with a participant-centered approach that focuses on the needs of learners and incorporates creative training techniques.
This intensive, two-week training requires a huge commitment from every student. They are required to teach others in the group daily in order to refine their training techniques. Each participant is evaluated daily by the instructor and entire class on their teaching skills, use of visual aids, and interaction with the class. They are also required to develop training materials to support their learning objectives, including minimal purchases to aid in getting their content across to the students. Each participant may conduct a hands-on lab session that encourages student participation and reinforces safety standards.
Prerequisites are in place to ensure only the top of the class graduates of the Master Molder® Series move into this phase of of the program. The Train the Trainer endorsement is meant to allow the "best of the best" from the Master Molder® program to train others within their own company.
Course length: 2 weeks
Rules and expectations:
Students must have taken both Master Molder® I and Master Molder® II within the past 5 years and scored 90% or higher in each class.
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Current Waiting List Size:
We encourage you to register for a course that has an open seat. In the rare event a seat does open in a filled class, we will contact those on the waiting list via e-mail.