We see ourselves as learning facilitators, coaches, and drivers of agile development and change. We are empathetic, passionate about our profession, change competent and close to people.

Continuing education in the company is more in demand than ever. There are countless professionally qualified employees who can enrich a company and its employees with their knowledge. In order to successfully design knowledge transfer, be it a seminar, further education, webinar, blog, etc., whereby successful means that the participants have actually learned something and can also implement this as a transfer performance, it requires, in addition to professional qualifications, the knowledge of "how" something is conveyed. This includes not only the visual design, but also the handling and interaction with the group or difficult situations.
Group work, simulations, role plays or the use of different media convey knowledge not only on a cognitive but also on an emotional level. Didactic skills as a competence can be learned and developed in train-the-trainer seminars.

Successful internal trainers draw on 4 areas of expertise:

  • Expertise
  • Social skills
  • Methodical competence
  • Individual competency

Expertise is the basic professional competence that must be present in an internal trainer. The profession of a trainer requires working with people, which is why dealing with them is particularly important. Knowledge is only successfully imparted when it is not only understood, but also retained and implemented. There are various training methods that the trainer should be familiar with and with which he has to deal. Knowledge transfer should stimulate learners to think for themselves and make them curious about acquiring knowledge.

We stand for partnership-based, experience- and knowledge-oriented learning and support the participants wherever possible in making their own learning experiences and reflecting on them together in the group. Practice, practice, practice in a protected learning space is our motto.

In doing so, we live these "10 Commandments" for successful cooperation in training:

  1. Be well prepared
  2. Be nonjudgmental
  3. Be positive
  4. Set smart goals
  5. Visualize
  6. Explain procedure and framework
  7. Lead through questions
  8. Stay on topic
  9. Hold agreements
  10. Close with positive attitude

This trainer attitude is important to us and we convey this attitude to our train-the-trainer group of participants, be it in coaching and supervision, be it in a multi-day training or as part of a training series.

Basics of the Train-the-Trainer program include:

  • Stärkung der Souveränität und des persönlichen Standings in einer Trainingssituation
  • Establishment of a positive, trusting learning and working atmosphere, which requires establishing a good direct contact with the seminar participants.
  • Eloquent handling of difficult situations and participants
  • Lively design of knowledge transfer (in methodology and didactics)
  • Professional and appropriate use of media
  • Knowledge of and leadership in group dynamics
  • Storyboarding as a process

Future trainers learn the basics of conducting professional, participant-oriented trainings and also how to recognize their own personal strengths and weaknesses in their trainer role and how to exploit individual performance potential.

Possible ttt contents are:

Basics of methodology and didactics

  • Role and positioning as trainer
  • Principles of effective training
  • Activation of learning and change processes
  • Interactive elements for lively training design
  • Learning types
  • The 4 Mat System

Information and knowledge transfer

  • Effect of body language, voice and speech in training
  • Powertalking and storytelling
  • Convincing and motivating presentation of learning content
  • Confident handling of questions and objections

Training interaction

  • Strategic communication in training
  • Rapport techniques for relationship building
  • Controlling group processes and activating participants
  • Creation and conception of training units
  • Moderation of training sessions
  • Tools of moderation in training, media design
  • The feedback conversation during the training


  • Reflection on the implementation of one's own trainer practice
  • Working out additional flexibility and options in the group

Confident appearance / standing of the trainer

  • Dealing with stage fright and nervousness
  • Dealing with challenging training situations, disruptions and resistance

In the following, we present a customer-adapted ttt training:

The goal here was to provide the necessary tools so that the participants can hold internal trainings in their areas of expertise and we can gradually build up internal trainers:

Our workshop content was these:

  • The role of trainer
  • Concept development
  • Target group oriented design
  • Create trainer guide
  • Time planning and compliance
  • Planning of individual training phases, e.g. transfer exercise
  • Lively use of media/visualization
  • Group management: What problems can occur and how can they be solved? How can you manage communication with and within the group?

Documents should be more comprehensive than the training and later serve as a practice-oriented guide.

The aim of this training concept was to lay theoretical foundations and transfer them into practice:

Input from the trainer:

  • Form learning partnerships
  • Trainer role and how we learn
  • Elements of a training
  • Konzeptentwicklung zielgruppengerecht

Transfer by ttt participants:

  • Creation of a first concept

Input from the trainer:

  • Planning based on power curves and attention span
  • The training phases

Transfer by ttt participants:

  • Refinement of the concept

Input from the trainer:

  • Interactive elements and their use
  • The trainer guide as a tool

Transfer by ttt participants:

  • Creation of a trainer guide

Input from the trainer:

  • Media usage

Transfer by ttt participants:

  • Refine the trainer guide

Input from the trainer:

  • Visualization
  • Group Management

The classroom training has a high practical component so that the participants can directly implement the topics they have learned.