Considering a career as a trainer? Want to refine your training skills and learn more about the trade?
This course, taught by instructor Cornell Wallace, is ideal for new or experienced trainers who have not a formal training education. You will gain a practical, how-to overview of the entire training function. Through modeling the best practices and latest techniques in training delivery, you will discover the 4 P's of training: Purpose & Assessment, Planning & Preparation, Presentation & Facilitation, and Performance & Evaluation. New trainers will gain a strong foundation in critical thinking skills and seasoned trainers will be introduced to new approaches for delivering powerful training.
- Describe the training cycle
- Identify and determine the need for training — what, who, and how
- Write effective learning objectives
- Design participant-oriented learning materials and exercises
- Apply adult learning concepts, develop supportive climates, and customize off-the-shelf materials
- Use training activities and alternatives to lecture, strategize for different learning needs, and create effective questioning techniques
- Prepare properly for a training session and prepare participants to foster learning
- Manage and encourage participants of all backgrounds and learning styles
- Address challenging participants and behaviors
- Present and facilitate a training program, including use of audio visuals and handouts
- Evaluate program impact at different levels using a variety of methods
- Identify the five levels of evaluation
- Purpose & Assessment
- Planning & Preparation
- Presentation & Facilitation
Using a competency-based approach, the course is designed to ensure that participants demonstrate knowledge and skills about all relevant steps, documentation, requirements, and standards used in class, self-study, and group exercises.
All materials will be provided
48 hours prior to course start with full refund
18 and older
- Students will receive a KHDA-attested certificate
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