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How do you create interaction online? do you present knowledge in an engaging way. Which interactive online tools to use? These are questions we hear a lot. Most people know how to give a presentation, but lack the tips & tricks to make it an interactive and fun session. After this session, facilitation virtually becomes so much more fun!


Much research has been done on how people learn. It turns out that, on average, people forget about 90% of what they heard within a week. This session aims to reduce that number. Involving the group, offering variety in working methods and keeping up the energy helps for sure. This program is full of inspiration and fun working methods. On top of that, there's a strong focus on achieving learning efficiency.


This is a 3,5 hours session. In advance, the participants receive an assignment, so that there is interaction and learning efficiency before the session already.

  • Ebbinghaus's forgetting curve

  • Get to know each other online

  • How to bring inspiration

  • Transfer 'dry' theory in an engaging way

  • Death by Powerpoint

  • Online whiteboards

  • Mentimeter



Participants who attended this session:

  • Know how to interact with the participants

  • Are able to transfer dry theory in an engaging way

  • Know at least 10 (online) teaching methods

  • Know how to create fun and learning efficiency

  • Have been cured from the desease Death by Powerpoint



How do you transfer information in an interactive and inspiring way? How do you ensure the activation of your participants? And: how do you build a good program? These are questions we often hear from people who regularly transfer knowledge, but have no solid basis for it.

A good (online) training is dynamic, inspiring and useful. In addition, the learning process must be didactically correct and it has to fit the needs of the participants. As a trainer, you also need the right teaching materials and methods. On top of that, nowadays you also have to be able to facilitate both face-to-face and virtually.

After following this program, the participants are able to do this with confidence.


Much research has been done on how people learn. It turns out that, on average, people forget about 90% of the theory within a week. Learning styles also appear not to exist. Learning phases do exist, and it's very important you adjust your programs to them accordingly. If you also offer interaction and variety, the chance is much greater that people really learn. Therefore, in this program there's a strong focus on achieving learning efficiency.


Becoming very good at something also means: just do it. This program is very practical. We offer small pieces of theory with a lot of practice and discussion.

The program consists of 4 separate days. In consultation with the client, we determine how much time is between the sessions. The actual content of the training is also geared to the didactic level of the participants and their objectives.

  • Start moment measuring individual/organisational objectives

  • Individual intake interviews

  • Day 1: the basics of the profession of a trainer

  • Day 2: group dynamics and working methods

  • Between days 2 and 3: individual coaching sessions

  • Day 3: facilitating online

  • Day 4: do it!

  • Final moment measuring individual/organisational objectives



The participants who have followed this program:

  • Know the skillset of a good trainer

  • Understand how people learn and what is effective

  • Are able to apply various working methods to create fun and learning efficiency

  • Know how to build a good program

  • Know the difference between a 'real life' and an online training

  • Know how to measure the effect of their programs

  • Help participants to apply what they have learned

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