2 days ( 9am – 5pm )
Who should attend:
This program has been designed for potential trainers, instructors, team leaders, supervisors in organizations, who wish to provide structured training and conduct relevant & fair assessments in their organizations, so as to achieve Peak Performance.
By the end of the course, participants should be able to:
- To fully understand the characteristics of a competent trainer
- To apply the adult learning principles in designing and delivering the training program to any level of audience.
- To identify and design TNA by using specific tools to meet the customer‟s needs and requirements within a given time.
- To design and develop competency-based training programs (training content, sequence, activity & assessment)
- To conduct a training session effectively
Highly participative and interactive approach. It incorporates the various different method and media to illustrate as an example for trainers to use in adult training such as:-
- Individual Presentation
- Group Dynamics
- Pairs / subgroups and multi-group discussion
- Games and Activities
- Role Play
- Audio & Video Presentation
Our aim is to have a practical user-friendly yet successful approach to all aspects of delivery methods with principles and techniques that are practical and easy to use.
MODULE 1 : CHARACTERISTIC OF A COMPETENT TRAINER (Train the Trainer Program)
This module introduces the required characteristics of competent trainer, the degree of motivation of the trainer, theory of self concept, trainer‟s perception of the trainees, ethics, and the trainer as a reflective practitioner.
A Definition of Competency
Strategic Issue and the Role of The Trainer
Characterization of A Competent Trainer
Self Concept Theory by Carl Rogers
Trainer‟s Analysis Of Trainees
Ethical Practices Of Training
Trainer As A Reflective Individual
MODULE 2 : FUNDAMENTAL OF ADULT LEARNING AND TRAININIG
This module defines learning and training, introduces the preferred learning styles of trainees and the instructing style of trainees and the instructing styles of the trainer, the degree of motivation of the trainer, theory of self concept, trainer‟s perception of trainees, ethics, and the trainer as a reflective practitioner.
Training And Learning
Theory Of Learning
Learning Styles Of Trainees
Principles Of Adult Learning
Barriers Of Learning
MODULE 3 : FUNDAMENTAL OF TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS
This module defines the concept of training needs analysis, explain the competency based as new approach of TNA. The qualitative/quantitative data collection methods and the processes involve in TNA.
What Is Training Needs Analysis?
Approaches To Training Needs
Competency Based TNA
Four Levels Of Training Needs
The Process Of Conducting Training Needs Analysis (TNA) ?
MODULE 4 : DESIGNING TRAINING PROGRAMMES (COMPETENCY BASED)
To develop the ability of trainers to design relevant and effective CBT training programs.
- Comparing Competency Based Training And Education To Conventional Approaches
- Structure Of Competency Standards
- Steps Writing Training Objective
- Preparing Training Content, Sequence & Activity
- Three Factors To Consider When Identifying The
Content Of Training
- Planning Assessment
- What Are the Methods Of Assessment?
- Analyzing And Reporting Assessment Results
MODULE 5 : CONDUCTING TRAINING PROGRAMMES
To acquire skills in conducting and delivery of training by trainers.
- Training Methodology
- Conducting Training Programs
- Motivating The Adult Learner
- Determining Administrative Arrangements
Facilitate a training session using various methodologies in 15 minutes.