I recently was involved in a project putting together training guides for others. When its your material you have a sort of list in mind you hammer out. Then add the content from information you pull together from resources you are familiar with.
When you work on others materials. You have to pull out the information in various ways. Outlines, folders of the information, map the content to the outline, etc. It’s a little more difficult when you don’t know the subject. (There’s a lesson in the lecture series working with Subject Matter Experts that might help for this.)
So I did some research and found some tips that might help you on Facilitation and found these tips and ideas from Author, Tom Siebold. I split them into modules for easier navigation.
Tips and ideas to improve your facilitation skills:
Module A. Facilitator Guide: Handbook of facilitation skills
Module B. Brainstorming: Tap the best thinking of a group
Module C. Discussion Tips: Strategies to conduct lively discussion
Module D.Evaluation Form: A three-aspect evaluation form
Module E. Visual Aids: Common sense tips for effective visual aid use