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For Trainers


Many staff at MIT are involved in providing training. For some training is a major part of their role; for others it is a small part. Staff often become trainers because they have expertise in their area of content, not because they have experience training others. Designing and delivering effective training involves a wide range of skills, and making the leap from content expert to trainer can prove to be challenging. On this site, we provide you with some tools and resources to help make that leap. While it is intended for trainers who do not have formalized background in training, we hope it will be useful to all trainers, regardless of amount of experience as a trainer.

Questions? Contact Jane White at

This site is sponsored by MIT's Training Alignment Team, whose overall purpose is to align and enable Institute-wide training initiatives for world-class work.