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As a trainer, it’s part of your role to get people in a receptive state for learning and to keep them engaged, interested and energised throughout the training.
There are lots of ways to do this, I won’t go into all of them here. Let me just talk about energisers.
Energisers are activities which are meant to, well – energise people.
Many of the activities which are described as energisers have nothing to do with the training material. In fact, that’s the point. One of the ways to energise people is to let them do something which has nothing to do with the course. It gives their minds a break.
Also, most energisers involve physical activity, getting people moving around.
This is important because sitting still for long periods leads to fatigue, simply because the blood isn’t flowing and carrying oxygen round the body as well as it does when people are moving around.
So, these are two approaches to energisers – get away from the course material and get people moving.
You can use a number of activities – throwing a ball around, a treasure hunt around the room where people find hidden items, a game of charades, all kinds of team games which you can find in books or on the internet.
However, I think you need to take care with energisers.
If you’re not careful, they can actually distract people and make it harder for you to get them focused back on the training. This can happen if they take too long or if they involve a lot of running about and people get “overexcited” as my Mother used to say. In other words, they get so involved in the energiser that they take a long time to settle again.
Also, it can be tempting to rely on energisers to make up for dull training materials or methods. Energisers should not be a substitute for making your training interactive and interesting.
You can, of course, use activities as part of the training itself – use games, quizzes, group work to get people moving around and inject some fun into the learning. Keep people energised throughout rather than leaving it for specific times, such as after lunch.
If you do get the sense at some point that energy is flagging, then change what you’re doing. Use variety in your approach to keep people’s interest and make sure everyone is involved in the learning, avoid too much presenting or lecturing which leads to people switching off.
I always remember a good example of an energiser going wrong from a course I ran several years ago. I asked one of the participants to come up with an energiser to use after lunch on the last day.
After everyone had finished eating, he asked them all to go outside to the car park. During lunch, he’d taken a screwdriver and removed the number plates from all the participants’ cars. He’d hidden them in the grounds of the hotel.
People went mad. They couldn’t believe he’d taken a screwdriver to their nice shiny cars and they weren’t pleased about having to search the grounds for their number plates. The activity took ages, especially since he’d forgotten where he’d put most of them.
When they had finally found their plates, it took a long time to get them focused again, in fact we had to have a break to let them calm down.
I learned a few lessons from that, I must say.
So, yes – keep people energised and watch out for fatigue setting in, but do it mainly through your training methods and don’t just rely on energisers to get you through the day.
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Tips For Boxer Dog Training
People who love dogs would recognize a boxer dog right away – it’s hard to miss a handsome dog with chiseled head, cropped ears and a muscular build which stands on its hind legs, prepping to box with its front paws. Boxer dogs are among the most favorite pet companions of people across the globe and for good reason; boxers have an entire list of fine attributes from being calm, intuitive dogs to being playful and patient. But just like any other animal, your boxer needs appropriate training and care to turn it into a lovable canine family pet. To help you with boxer dog training, heed these useful tips:
1. Get to know your dog first. Learn about the boxer breed even before bringing a new puppy home. Research is an inevitable first step to responsible dog ownership. Every dog breed highlights peculiarities in a particular group of canines. Extremely intelligent and playful, boxers forge strong bonds with their owners that last through their lifetimes. Knowing how to train one is crucial to a loyal companionship.
2. Begin with a puppy. Naturally intelligent dogs, boxers are stubborn and strong-willed breeds. Housebreaking and obedience training as best done as early as possible. Also, because of their defined features and creased brows, people tend to assume boxers are ferocious dogs and are naturally aggressive. In truth, boxers are more playful than many other dog breeds but are excellent guard dogs as well. As in any other dog, a boxer protective instinct is roused with perceived threat or aggression. It’s best to train your boxer early to recognize any potential problems.
3. Prepare to be tested. At about 13 weeks old, your boxer puts your resolve to the test. You’ll know it’s time to be tough on boxer dog training when your pet nips and chews and generally ignores your commands. When boxers give you the dominance test, it’s important to assume the leadership role and be firmly consistent. Dogs are pack animals; even boxers submit to the recognized pack leader.
4. Socialize with your dog. An important aspect of boxer dog training is socialization. Boxers need to get used to being around other dogs and people. This is important to curb aggressive tendencies. While training classes are excellent ways to expose your pet to others of his kind, it is equally important for owners to socialize with their pets. Play with your dog. Boxers are an exuberant bundle and would make good running companions. They’d also enjoy long walks or a game of catch.
Benefits of a Trained Boxer Dog
Boxer dog training itself is both an enjoyable and fulfilling experience where owner and pet grow to love and respect the other. Once you’re past the stubbornness of your boxer and have established a strong bond with him, you’ve won a friend, protector and companion for life. Boxers are excellent guard dogs and family pets. You’d be surprised to find your pet is also a pretty useful working dog as well.
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