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Comprehensive, Culturally Approriate, and Competency-Based Workforce Development.
Advanced T for T: Curriculum Developing, Designing and Integrating Exercises into Training
Level: Advanced Practice – Trainer Development
Intended Audience: New and experienced staff who train others and are interested in developing skills in designing and writing curriculum and designing exercises to integrate into curriculum and training
To identify and demonstrate the difference between a training outline development and curriculum development
To identify the steps in developing curriculum
To demonstrate a design of a training exercise into training
To identify factors for changing exercises according to participant needs within the training environment
Understanding the difference between training outlines and curriculum
Presentation of the steps to developing curriculum
Beginning discussion of the difference of designing curriculum for live training versus distance learning
Utilize a strategy for designing exercises
Discuss and demonstrate how to change a given exercise based on participant reactions within a training setting.
CWDS Trainer Competencies Addressed:
Demonstrates ability to organize instructional material in sequencing, integration of theory and practice, pacing of material and depth of material in relation to the audience.
Demonstrates the ability to use trainee feedback and evaluation data to revise training curriculum.
Demonstrates understanding of adult learning theory in designing curriculum.
Demonstrates ability to assess audience’s knowledge base and adjust delivery of training to better meet audience’s needs
Demonstrates the ability to pace material to adapt to audience level of ability to incorporate the material.