By September 18, 2017

Train the Trainer module

Course Objective

To train interested and shortlisted candidates to become successful body language trainers


Module 1 – Introduction

This short module will help the trainer gauge the level of expertise of the candidate

Module 2- Body Basics

Each body part and the cues it emits are discussed in detail

Module 3- Case Studies

Specific cases will be taken up and analysed certain incidents or specific type of displays.

Module 4- All about Lies

There is a lot of misconception regarding deception which will be put to test. Micro expression details also discussed within this module.

Module 5- Applied Body Language

The training skills of the candidate are tested as the candidate applies his knowledge of Body Basics in different fields of applications of body language


Each module will have a reference text book. The candidate will be required to read the text book thoroughly, understand the same, and then attempt the module. All theory questions will require the candidate to substantiate the answer and give relevant examples. Apart from theory questions, there will be regular discussion on images and video clips.


There is no specific timeline for completion of the training; average candidates take upto a year to complete the course. The certification will be granted only once the trainer is thoroughly satisfied with the candidate’s expertise on the subject.

Nature of Sessions

There are no readymade videos in this program. Candidates will be expected to complete the assigned tasks by self learning module. Interactive sessions will be of two types – Discussion and Feedback. Details will be shared once a candidate signs up for this course. The sessions would generally be online, at preferred time of both teacher and candidate.


Train the Trainer certification would be provided to the candidates who are able to successfully complete the entire program.

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About the Author:

Khyati Bhatt has trained for mastery in Nonverbal Communication with retired FBI special agent Joe Navarro. She founded Simply Body Talk in 2013 to help individuals and corporates fine tune their nonverbal behavior and nonverbal communication. Khyati believes in taking a scientific approach to body language. Her experience as a wealth manager, currency trader, and family entrepreneur has helped sharpen her nonverbal instincts. She is a fervent reader and has explored the work of many psychologists and anthropologists in her field of work.

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