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Trainers undergo intense preparation and practise all the lessons in the curriculum. Various role playing sessions are conducted so that the trainers are equipped to handle different learning needs and situations that may arise in the classroom. Each lesson is discussed in detail, including the learning outcomes and feedback questions to be asked in the end. To be a good GAIT trainer, facilitation skills are crucial as well. These include the ability to have a wide vision, good observational and probing skills, non-judgemental attitude, being non-directive along with good teaching skills. Special inputs required for class management, discipline, noise control and basic first-aid are also included in their training. Each trainer's performance is monitored regularly to ensure the highest standard of delivery.