Course Brief

This course offers participants an understanding of the key philosophies of learning, including learning styles and principles. The components of emotional intelligence as opposed to cognitive intelligence (intellect) would be discussed, as well as the many benefits of incorporating these concepts into lecture sessions. Methods of training, developing training modules and learning aids would also be discussed. At the end of this session participants would be capable of successfully developing, executing and evaluating a training workshop.


On completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Describe the essential competencies and qualities of an effective trainer and the links with Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence (EI).
  • Discuss the key principles of Adult Learning, Kolb’s Learning Cycle, learning styles and their application in enhancing the training/learning process.
  • Write core Instructional learning objectives utilizing Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Outcomes and the SMART acronym.
  • Analyze the steps to be taken in the development of a course/program and explain the significance of each to the design process.
  • Plan and deliver relevant training modules/sessions utilizing key learning principles and the Systematic Learning Process.
  • Design and utilize appropriate training aids, media and instructional resources for effective delivery.
  • Select different training methods and utilize them along with basic facilitation skills in establishing a favorable learning climate.
  • Select and implement methods of evaluating and assessing training from theoretical and practical view points.

 

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CAMPUS START ENDDAYTIME COST
Champs Fleurs16-Nov-1718-Nov-17Thu/Fri/Sat9:00am – 4:00pm$2,650.00

 

  • Train the Trainer

    This course offers participants an understanding of the key philosophies of learning, including learning styles and principles. The components of Emotional Intelligence as opposed to cognitive intelligence (intellect) would be discussed, as well as the many benefits of incorporating these concepts into facilitating training/lecture sessions. Methods of training, developing training modules and training resources will also be discussed. At the end of this programme participants would be capable of successfully developing, executing and evaluating a training workshop.

    Target Audience

    Professional Trainers, Instructors, Training Managers, Coordinators, Human Resource Personnel, Teachers and anyone desirous of conducting an effective training session.