Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. - Benjamin Franklin
Today, the main determinant of an organisation’s growth rests with its human capital and their ability and capability to expand their minds, develop new skills and adapt to change.
Whether it is classroom training or on-the-job training, the design, development delivery and evaluation of training is essential to ensure that the right competencies are acquired and applied in the workplace. For training to be effective it must be participatory, focussed on the participant needs and involve them actively in the training process.
This course equips trainers with up-to-date knowledge and skills. It enables them to deliver active training sessions that optimise learning for the participants.
At the end of the training, participants will be able to:
- link adult learning theories to training activities
- conduct a training needs analysis (TNA) and use the results to inform planning
- establish learning objectives, lesson plans and assessment tools
- devise a variety of methods for making lecture-based programmes active
- use training and learning methodology to plan and deliver effective training sessions
- design, develop and deliver a training session to achieve set learning objectives
- use Multiple Intelligence theory to create learning aids and materials for training
- plan and deliver an effective training session using up to date training methodology give effective feedback
- present information in a clear, concise, engaging manner
- measure and evaluate training effectiveness.
This is a participatory and practical course that uses a variety of teaching and learning methodologies, including accelerated learning. Participants will be actively involved on each day of the course, demonstrating the skills they have learnt and receiving feedback.
Participants will engage in experiential learning to discover strategies that can be implemented in their workplace. They can expect to engage in discussions, real-plays and coaching sessions.
Particpants will demonstrate the skills they have acquired by delivering a short training session (micro-train) on the final day. Individual feedback will be given throughout the course.
Certificates will be awarded for attending 100% of the training and on successful completion of 3 assessed activities:
- Planning and delivering a successful micro-train
- Developing a learning resource
- Giving effective feedback
Individuals who wish to learn new techniques for delivering on-the-job training or in-house training, as well as the skills necessary for facilitating the learning process.
Applicants for this course must have already completed Presentation Skills training.
All Neville Clarke facilitators are full time consultants, learning practitioners and trainers. The trainer assigned is always an experienced professional with practical application of the subject matter, who will be able to understand and meet the unique requirements of your industry.
This Training Excellence course will be delivered by an accredited trainer who has vast experience in the field of training and people development.
This is an intensive course, with some evening tasks to be completed.
A laptop is required throughout the course.
This is a three-day course running from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.