- To understand different learning styles and training techniques that will enhance the learning process
- To design training material for a group training session to meet specified needs
- To gain knowledge, skills, and practical tools to deliver effective training, using interactive group facilitation techniques
- To improve your training techniques, by focusing on effective communication in your training delivery
- To evaluate your training sessions for reaction, learning, changing behaviour, and ultimately contributing value to the organization
- To enhance your performance, through practice sessions, with both Trainer and peer feedback
- A clear understanding of the meaning and value of ‘effective training’
- Knowledge of key tools / techniques to assist with your training delivery, so you can make an immediate positive start when you return to work
- The opportunity to design, practise, and evaluate, training sessions in a supportive and challenging environment
- A comprehensive knowledge of group training and practical skills, which will give you confidence in your ability to help people to learn and develop
- Good And Bad Training Experiences
- The Skills Needed To Be A Good Trainer
- The Four Stages Of Learning (Conscious / Competent Model)
- The Training Cycle
- Individual Presentations
- How People Learn (Self-Analysis)
- Identifying Training Needs
> What Is A Training Needs Analysis (TNA)?
- Designing Training Content
- The Parts Of A Training Session
> Beginning: Effective Openings, Bloom’s Taxonomy
- The Ways People Learn
> Activity-Based Learning
> Group / Interactive Training Techniques
> Media Varieties And Types
- The Importance Of Effective Communication In Training
> The Use Of Questions In Training
> Group Dynamics
> Dealing With Challenging Participants
- Measuring Training Effectiveness – Training Evaluation
> Kirkpatrick’s Levels Of Training Effectiveness
- Assessment Tools And Vehicles
> Different Types Of Assessment
> Pros And Cons Of Assessments
- Giving And Receiving Feedback
- Preparation For Day Three
- Stop – Start – Continue – What Needs To Be Changed?
- Transferring Of Learning To The Workplace
- Action Planning
Before the course each delegate will be asked to complete a Pre-Course Questionnaire to determine their individual objectives for attending the course. These objectives will be used by the Tutor to give on-target training that is focused on the individual delegates.
At the end of the course each delegate will be asked to complete a Personal Development Plan that can be used as part of future appraisals, and that will also be an important tool for management reference.
End of course ILM Assessment: each delegate will be required to do a two-part Assessment – a written Assessment (to be completed in 45 minutes), and a Training Simulation (to be delivered in 15 minutes). Delegates must achieve a 50% pass mark in the Assessment and the Training Simulation to receive an ILM Certificate.
Total Investment: AED 6,900/- + VAT, which includes - ILM Registration, Training Materials, Lunch and Refreshments. Discount available for multiple bookings.
|Date:||09th - 11th Dec 2018|
|Brochure Price:||AED 6,900/- + VAT|
|Online Price:||AED 6,555/- + VAT|