This programme is intended for people new to training, or those with no formal knowledge about the design and delivery of training programmes. The course content focuses on the professional delivery of training to small groups in the workplace, rather than on one-to-one training skills.
About The Programme
Training and retraining are now an essential part of the business strategy for all successful companies. Preparing and delivering top-quality 'on-the-job' and 'off-the-job' training to meet organizational needs, is an essential skill for companies and organizations. This programme will also prove valuable to In-Company Trainers wanting to improve and update their training skills.
To understand learning styles, and to examine techniques which 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 group facilitation techniques
To improve your group training techniques, by focusing on effective communication behaviours
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 Trainer and DVD review with feedback
What You Will Gain
A clear understanding of the meaning and value of 'effective training'
Certain tools / techniques to assist with your training delivery, so you can make an immediate 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 learn and develop
Good And Bad Training Experiences
Skills Needed To Be A Good Trainer
A Systematic Approach To Training
Identifying Training Needs
What Is A Training Needs Analysis (TNA)?
How People Learn
The Main Ways Of Learning
The Importance Of Effective Communication
Use Of Questions In Training
Giving And Receiving Feedback
Writing Clear Training Objectives
Dealing With Problem Participants
Group Training Techniques
Media Varieties And Types
How Effective Is Your Training?
Assessment Tools And Vehicles
>Different Types Of Assessment
>Pros And Cons Of Assessments
Kirkpatrick's Levels Of Training Effectiveness
Preparation For Day Three
Interactive Training Methods
Stop - Start - Continue - What Needs To Be Changed?
Transfer Of Learning To The Workplace
Before the course each delegate will be asked to complete a Pre-Course Briefing Form 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 written one-hour Assessment at the end of the course. Delegates must get a 50% pass mark to receive an ILM Certificate.
Total Investment: AED / QR 6,900/- which includes - Training Materials, Lunch and Refreshments. Discount available for multiple bookings.