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Train the Trainer Workshop

at the 2005 Florida Literacy Conference

Workshop Content:

Do you want to become a Tutor Trainer for Basic Literacy or ESOL? Get the training you need from a ProLiteracy certified field expert. This hands-on, dynamic, day and a half workshop will provide you with one important component of becoming a ProLiteracy America certified Tutor Trainer.

Who should attend a Train the Trainer workshop?

  • tutors who are interested in training others to become tutors through their local literacy program,


  • who have completed a basic literacy or ESOL tutor training workshop,


  • who have tutored at least 40 hours with their local literacy program.


This Workshop does not attempt to teach the content of any specific Tutor Training workshop. It is designed, instead, to teach prospective trainers how to use the principles of participatory adult education in training tutors. We explore the theories and put them to work!


8:30-5:00 May 10, 1:30-5:30 May 11
This workshop is being offered as a pre-Conference session May 10 and during the last two concurrent sessions of the Conference on May 11.

Attendance is required at each session. You can attend the workshop even if you don’t plan on attending the Conference. Travel assistance is available according to state guidelines for attendees traveling over 50 miles.


The Florida Mall Hotel
1500 Sand Lake Road
Orlando , FL 32809


$15 per person for materials and refreshments

For More Information:

Full conference information is available on our website, or call: Kelley Jain, Education and Training Coordinator

Florida Literacy Coalition, Inc.

(407) 246-7110 x 203,

To Register:

Complete the Conference registration form at and send with full payment by check or purchase order by April 30, to:

Florida Literacy Coalition
Attn: Registration
934 N. Magnolia Ave., Suite 104
Orlando , FL 32803
OR Fax Registration and PO# to: (407) 246-7104

This workshop is supported with funds from a grant to the Florida Literacy Coalition, Florida’s Adult and Family Literacy Resource Center, from the Florida Department of Education, Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Education.