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Course Description

The objective of this part is to prepare a professional trainer who has effective presentation and facilitation skills. Participants will practice delivery through several rounds of short presentations and training sessions. Participants will learn how to use advanced training aides and tools including case studies, role-plays, surveys, self-assessments, and Audio/Visual tools.

This course is broadly divided onto 5 units that comprehensively deals with the best practices involved.


Course Objectives

  • Write learning aims and objectives in accordance with best practice
  • Analyze tasks and design training activities to facilitate the learning of those tasks
  • Create training which works with all the different learning styles
  • Instruct on a one to one or small group basis using appropriate demonstration and constructive feedback skills.
  • Facilitate a group training session which uses activities such as role play, simulation or group discussion.
  • Assess and evaluate immediate learning.

This ITOL Train the Trainer course is ideal for people who are new to training or people who have found themselves carrying out training with no or little previous development in train the trainer.

UNITS DURATION ACHIEVABLE TRAINING SKILL
I UNDERSTANDING TRAINING PROFESSION
  • Teaching & Knowledge Management System (TKMS)
  • COP for Training Process
    • Policies & Procedures
    • Professional Boundaries
    • Establishing Protocols
    • Understanding Course Prerequisites
  • Assessing Learner Competency
  • Learner Requirement Analysis
  • Understanding  Learning Environment
  • Significance of Motivation
  • Learning Stress Management
TKMS based - Assignment Activity Learning Stress Management approach – 2 Assignments
         

11 Hrs

(9 hrs Delivery

+ 2hrs Activity )

 

        Narrates the importance of understanding Knowledge Management, Training Process & Learner Requirement
II INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING STRATEGY & METHODOLOGY
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Teaching Methodologies and Techniques
  • Understanding Functional Skills
  • Importance of Soft Skills
  • Drafting Session Plan
Impromptu Questionnaire Functional Skill - Assessment Activity – 2  Delivery Drafting Session Plan – 2 Delivery
     

21 Hrs

(10 hrs Delivery

+

11 hrs Activity)

 

      Explain the ways of providing effective Training Methodologies to meet the Learner Needs  
III MEMORY BASED LEARNING APPROACH
  • Understanding Memory System
  • Basics of Individual Learning
  • Identifying Memory Techniques
Designing & Executing 5 Memory Techniques for a Specific Module
   

11 Hrs

(9 hrs Delivery

+2 hrs Activity)

 

  Demonstrates  the importance of understanding Brain-Memory Nature, Individual Learning and Memory Techniques
IV FUNDAMENTALS FOR EFFECTIVE TRAINING DELIVERY
  • Basics of Oral Presentation
  • Stages for Oral Presentation
  • Delivery Strategy for Oral Presentation
  • Audience Engaging Techniques
  • Managing Speech Anxiety
Speech Anxiety – Assessments        
   

 

11 Hrs

(9 hrs Delivery

+ 2 hrs Activity)

 

    Outline the importance of Communication and Communication Techniques in Training
V MANAGING FEEDBACK AND ASSESSMENTS
  • Importance of Assessment
  • Understanding Feedback System
  • Impacts & Types of Assessment
  • Forms of Assessment Techniques
  • Assessment Methods to meet Individual Needs
  • Keeping Training Records
Writing a Peer Assessment for the Oral Presentation Videos Giving Constructive Feedback  for the Oral Presentation Video
       

12 Hrs

(8 hrs Delivery

+ 4 hrs Activity)

     Details  the procedures for framing effective Assessment Process
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