Training for Trainers: Designing an Effective Learning Program
This workshop will give you a general overview of the theory and application of designing and presenting training sessions. Participants will learn about basic training competencies, the role of the training professional, and actively participate in the design and organization of a training module including: audience assessment, need/task analysis, learning objectives, and evaluation.
At the end of this class participants will:
- Know the different roles a trainer/facilitator plays in a training.
- Be able to follow the process in developing training modules.
- Be able to develop clear learning objectives.
- Recognize the need to address audience multicultural and learning style issues.
- Know the difference between Didactic and Experiential learning strategies and how various learning activities are related to those strategies.
Who should attend:
- Individuals who are new to developing trainings/presentations.
- Individuals who want to develop a structure for how trainings are developed within their program or organization.
- Experienced presenters who have never explored an instructional design process and want to explore ways to broaden their instructional design knowledge.
- Individuals who are charged with leading a training program and have had little or no formal training in instructional design.