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Hi, Tony,

There is not much difference between "the steps in the training session" and "the steps during the training session" if the steps are understood as forming part of the training session. However, both sentences are ambiguous to me: "in/during the training session" could be interpreted as the time when "I" will assist "you" in the outlining of the steps. I think the ambiguity could be sorted out by using "of":

- I will assist you to outline all the necessary steps of the training session.

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