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Career Management

Position yourself as a professional trainer

Context and objective

Lifelong training is a priority in the context of changes in career paths. Technical, economic, legal, societal developments, etc. are getting faster and faster and the scope of business functions is constantly changing.  Taken into consideration in companies, within higher education and research establishments, and through the development of training offers (by private bodies, within the framework of platforms or online), this professional voice corresponds to a relevant career in relation to the skills of doctors.

> Understand the prospects related to this job market

> Understand the needs of structures and trainees

> Anticipate developments and emerging needs of a sector  : research at the service of training

> Equip yourself with the training tools used in the sector

> Know how to formalize a coherent and adapted training offer


Module 1: the continuing education job market

  • Context of permanent evolution of functions and professions: new needs, new professions

  • CPA – FTLV – CSR, etc.  : institutional and regulatory context

  • Training, coaching, e-learning  : forms of training


Unit 2:  Analyze the expressed and unexpressed need

  • Face a call for tenders

  • Design a training offer

  • Analyze emerging needs


Module 3: Research at the service of vocational training

  • Consider the added value of the scientific approach in the contributions of continuing education

  • The prospective vision as a lever

  • Articulate theory and field practice  : challenges and opportunities


Module 4: Expectations and postures of learners in the context of continuing education  : specificities and levers

  • Enrollment lever in a training process

  • Specifics of continuing education

  • Expectations and skills of participants/  Motivation levers


Module 5: Positioning yourself as a trainer, facilitating training

  • Defining the legitimacy of its positioning

  • Integrate the participants in the exchanges around the training, anticipate the difficulties and the resistances

  • Speak in front of an audience


Module 6: the teaching tools used

  • Learning objectives/ Pedagogical scenario/ Active pedagogies

  • Contextualized approach  : concrete cases, good practices…

  • Adapt content upstream and downstream  : positioning questionnaires


Unit 7  : Introduction to the specificities of pedagogical engineering for distance learning

  • New tools, educational constraints to be integrated

  • E-learning  – tools, methods, limits

  • Learning Tracking  


Unit 8  : Formalize and present a coherent and adapted training offer

  • Communicate and convince around a training offer

  • Introduce the training to participants

  • Contextualize the proposal


Unit 9  : Balance sheet

Pedagogical tools and methodology

Theoretical contributions from research, contextual and regulatory data on continuing education, analysis of concrete cases, analysis of practices, Bloom's taxonomy, syllabus, educational staircase, educational scenarios, experimentation and educational engineering, etc.


Permanent researchers

Practical arrangements

Duration: 2 days

Number of participants: Up to 12 participants

Training courses

Before: Teaching in higher education using educational tools

After: Developing assertiveness and oral communication - Discovering and accessing academic research

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