When you commit your training plan to paper, you’ll include information such as the tentative or finalized dates, length of each training, topic of each training, and possibly the location and facilitator of each training. As you schedule trainings, ensure that you consider the days and times that work best for the nonprofit leaders in your community. This might also be a good time to consider whether in-person training or virtual training is best, given the geographic area, topic, and budget.
Review the draft plan to ensure that it provides variety related to the subject matter, knowledge levels, methods of delivery, and other factors you’d like to vary through the training series. Consider showing the plan to a few nonprofit leaders in your target audience to get feedback.
This training plan template will help you record key elements of your plan.
Download this training plan template to record your training plan details.
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