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Basic Training Skills – Training for Trainers Days 1 and 2
Level: Advanced Practice—Lineworker, Supervisor, Manager
Intended Audience: Staff who want to develop skills as trainers
Participant will identify at least five (out of seven) adult learning styles.
Participant will describe at least three strategies for accentuating the value of diversity and model diversity of learning/instructing style.
Participant will be able to demonstrate how to formulate a learning objective.
Participant will be able to identify three audiovisual training aids and can list two pros and cons in using these aids.
Participant can identify level one training evaluation and its use for the trainer
Participant will describe the importance of creating a safe, enjoyable learning environment.
Participant can identify two reasons for using small discussions as a training technique.
Participant can identify three techniques for managing a difficult group.
Participant will demonstrate a 5-7 minute training presentation.
Use of Ice Breakers
Introduction to Adult Learning Styles
Training and Learning Objectives
Use of Training Aids
Giving a Presentation
Levels of Evaluation
How and when to use small group discussion, large group discussion, role-play and structured activities
Presentations and Group Feedback
CWDS Trainer Competencies Addressed:
Demonstrates ability to establish instructional objectives for training
Demonstrates understanding of adult learning theory in designing curriculum
Incorporates a variety of methodologies to enhance learning
Can develop learning objectives which identify behavior outcomes for the adult learner
Demonstrates techniques that promote the transfer of learning of material in the classroom to application on the job
Demonstrates ability to manage conflicts within a classroom setting
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