As a people-oriented organization, Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI) believes that trainings present a prime opportunity to expand the knowledge base of its employees.
To ensure that its employees have access to various trainings, BAVI has set up its own training team, known as BAVI Academy, which is in-charge of the company’s in-house trainings.
To achieve effective and highly sophisticated trainings, BAVI also has its own accreditation for its trainers, especially to the new ones. To equip the team with the right knowledge and skills in conducting trainings, BAVI developed Train the Trainers workshop as a starting point for them.
Train the Trainers, or simply T3, gives employees introduction to training and presentation skills and discusses the different elements of a well-run training program.
T3 was designed by BAVI Academy to teach their new and future trainers how to properly conduct seminars and trainings. It has two consecutive days of sessions. The first day aims to give the participants necessary knowledge on how to make a training module and how to present in front of public. The second day focuses on actual presentation before an audience. Participants present in front of three panels and their co-participants.
Moreover, T3 is specially designed not just to build and create trainers but also to help the participants get to know each other and build camaraderie.
“According to Forbes, well-trained employees are more efficient, productive and satisfied with their job. With trainings such as T3, we hope that we will be able to equip our employees with the needed skills, expertise and values for them to excel professionally and personally,” said Abigail Rivera, Training Manager of BAVI.
BAVI Academy conducts various trainings for the development of BAVI employees, ranging from store operations to soft skills trainings for its executives.
Last month, BAVI Academy conducted the 13th batch of T3 workshop. To date, BAVI has a total of 135 on-board accredited trainers.