Management, Professional Courses
Building a career in training or becoming a trainer for organisational in-house relevance is typically rewarding. This is very good and valuable for subject matter experts who want to share their expertise and experience. Most team leads and heads of units, departments or divisions need training skills as part of the competencies required to make true, significant and lasting impacts. Successful trainers should have a depth of knowledge, which is never enough alone until they can display that they know how to share the knowledge, approach specific topics in easy to grasp details and demonstrate the quality delivery system. If the above descriptions are the objectives of any individual or that of any organisation for some of its members, then this particular programme might just be the right experience to have and share.
At the end of the training, the participants are expected to be able to: • Explain the changing role of training for human performance and improvement; • Describe the role of the trainer and the needed competencies for workplace learning • Describe Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and the methods for identifying training needs • Identify the components of a training design and some techniques and methodologies suitable for training • Explain Adult Learning Principles and Bloom’s taxonomy’s used in identifying training needs and designing training; • Determine logistical requirements in organizing and conducting a training • Present sample of a functional training design • Prepare a lesson plan • Enumerate tactics in effective presentation • Enumerate steps in facilitating the learning process • Identify ways to evaluate training e?ectiveness at four levels
International School of Management (IMS)
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