“Communication - the human connection - is the key to personal and career success.” - Paul J. Meyer
SCI-116 OJT - Train the Trainer Program
Schedule and Hours
The ability to assessing the competency gap of our learners, follow by developing and designing courses/training sessions that are effective, etc. are among the pre-requisites before these courses are delivered. Also, one’s competence to express his/her thoughts clearly to a group of audience, and deliver each training session effectively is crucial, particularly in organisations that require compliance with regulatory standards.
For industrial trainers, conducting effective training sessions and on-the-job (OJT) training programs in particular requires the mastery of a set of competencies and practical skills as highlighted.
Apply needs assessment and competency analysis techniques
Organize & get prepared for a training program using appropriate methods, aids and equipments
Understand and apply the elements which bring about success of a presentation and a training session
Apply techniques that help capture your audience’s attention
Make your training sessions both interesting and enlightening
PART -1 TRAINING KEYSTONE Competency focus:
The inputs from Job Analysis
Writing Training Objectives
Training Methods & Resources
Planning and Scheduling
Training Keystone and Training Evaluation
Differentiating learner-centred vs. trainer centred objectives
Skill task breakdown
Exercises in objectives writing
The PCS format of writing objectives
Steps in training session design
The design matrix
Workshop on session plan design
Presentations of output
Linking needs assessment, training goals and evaluation
Measuring results – transfer of learning to the workplace
Measuring benefits – impact of training to business goals
PART 2: TRAINING IMPLEMENTATION Competency focus:
Learning Style Awareness
Facilitation vs. Training
Facilitating Do’s and Don’ts
How adults learn? What’s in it for me (WIIFM)?
Practical opening exercises and ice breakers
Overcome fear and enhance your confidence
Preparing for an active learning session
Tips for developing rapport and encouraging interaction
Facilitation skills – eye-contact, body gestures, vocal variety and tonality
Handling difficult situations
In-house course facilitators/trainers who want to learn the approaches for an effective training design and implementation. Learning & growth personnel, and technical experts who are required to conduct training, and individuals who see training as a significant part of their work life.
This is a 1-day programme. This course runs from 9:00am – 5:00pm with an hour for lunch and periodic short breaks.
This is an intensive session designed to include as much discussion as possible. Lunch and breaks provide an opportunity for further questioning and discussion with the instructors.