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"The Learn Fest" - 1st Annual Conference of Trainers April 27, 2012 at 8:00 AM - April 28, 2012 at 5:30 PM


"The Learn Fest” organised by Trainers Forum.
Online details & registration: http://trainers-forum.webs.com/

Program Schedule:
Friday, April 27 Day 1
8.00 – 9.30 am – Breakfast & Registration

9.30 to 11.00 am – [Session A] INAUGURAL SESSION - Keynote address by Dr T V Rao (Plenary)
Panel Discussion: Why do I need a Trainer when I have Google?
Panelist: Ritu Raj, Lupin | R Venkattesh - Head HR, DCB
Moderator: Suchitra Bhaskar, Head L&D, Crisil

11.30 to 1.00 pm – [Session B] CONCURRENT SESSIONS (please choose one)
Demystifying Research ? Ashish Pande
Magic in Training - Bhupesh Dave
Using Facilitation in Training - Jawad Khan
Autopilot Thinking: How to get out of it? - R Sridhar

2.00 to 3.30 pm – [Session C] PLENARY SESSION - Open House Session on Ice Breakers, Energizers and Closers

4.00 to 5. 30 pm – [Session D] CONCURRENT SESSION (please choose one)
Instructional Design - The ADDIE Model - Ravi Kodukula
EQ for Training Effectiveness - Dexter Valles
Visual Facilitation - Ashley Vinil
Demystifying NLP - Srinivas Iyer

6.30 to 8.30 pm – [Session E] EVENING BONDING SESSION & DINNER

Saturday, 28 April 2012
9.30 to 11.00 am – [Session F] CONCURRENT SESSIONS (please choose one)
Demystifying Research ? Ashish Pande
Magic in Training - Bhupesh Dave
Using Facilitation in Training - Jawad Khan
Demystifying NLP - Srinivas Iyer

11.30 to 1.00 pm – [Session G] CONCURRENT SESSIONS (please choose one)
Instructional Design - The ADDIE Model - Ravi Kodukula
EQ for Training Effectiveness - Dexter Valles
Visual Facilitation - Ashley Vinil
Autopilot Thinking: How to get our of it? - R Sridhar

2.00 to 5.00 pm – [Session H] CLOSING PLENARY SESSION
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Registration requiredNon- residential - Rs. 3,000/- per delegate
Residential (with one night stay) - Rs. 4000/- per delegate
The fees include all meals. Residential accommodation at ITM Guest House, Kharghar.
Program Venue:
Institute of Technology & Management (ITM), 25/26 Institutional Area, Sector 4, Kharghar East, Navi Mumbai 410210
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Sunday, 29 April 2012 ADD On Certifications & Workhops (additional charge)*
Prism Brain Mapping Certification - Hemang Laheru
Mind Maps for Trainers - Maneesh Johari
Advanced Certification in Using Magic - Bhupesh Dave
Delivering your Training with Power - Ajit Kamath
*Separate charges apply for these programmes; Minimum 20 delegates for each session
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For Registrations:
Mrs Madhura Nene
(M) +91 98676 35081
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