WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE AN EXPERT TRAINER? 4 hours
The purpose of Part 1 is to identify the competencies needed to be an expert trainer in the field. Once the list of competencies is identified, we will create an assessment tool that can be used to assess the training skills of the participants. Following each future training session, participants will be asked to complete the forms and send them to the training department. This feedback mechanism will to be used to help the trainees identify their strengths and areas for development and improve their training skills.
- To identify the skills, knowledge and abilities needed to become an expert trainer.
- To create a self-assessment tool for measuring skill development and progress.
HOW TO CREATE A TRAINING PROGRAM - 8 hours
In Part 2, the participants will learn the principles of learning and how to apply them to a training session.
- To learn how adults learn.
- To identify the training needs of the group.
- To develop learning objectives and ways to measure learning.
- To identify various training methods to meet those needs and their application.
HOW TO DEVELOP A TRAINING PROGRAM - 8 hours
In Part 3, the participants will actually develop a training program in their subject matter. They will identify the training needs of the group, identify the appropriate training medium for each need, create a time frame schedule, and create a Power Point presentation of the materials.
- To identify the training needs of their group.
- To choose the appropriate training methods.
- To create a 1-hour timeframe schedule for their presentation.
- To develop training materials to meet the needs of the group they will train.
HOW TO DELIVER A TRAINING PROGRAM – 8 hours
In Part 4, the participants will deliver the training programs that they developed. They will receive feedback in a supportive environment using the assessment tool that they designed.
- To deliver a 1-hour training program
- To receive feedback on the presentation. Each presentation can be videotaped.
Methodology: Lecturettes, structured exercises, group discussions, self-assessment instruments, video assessment.