We’re looking at a pretty intense period of extensive training and information sharing with a very large group of people. A broad range of material will be involved, delivered in smaller interactive groups but also much larger groups for info dumps. One of the greatest challenges is proving to be matching providers with types of topics.

 

Which is why the following question was asked. While it doesn’t really matter what you call each group, I’ll use the more common terms.

 

What is the difference in skill sets, among presenters, instructors, trainers, coaches, and facilitators? Which types of sessions demand specific skills and / or background?

 

The level of active vs passive engagement is certainly one of the considerations, but what are some of the other factors?

Insights appreciated!

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