Creating Training Courses (When You're Not a Trainer): Quick Course Design, Development, and Delivery, for Subject Matter Experts, Managers, and Other Nontrainers
American Society for Training and Development, 1999 - Business & Economics - 96 pages
This title is geared to all the subject matter experts and managers who are asked to deliver a short training course and don't know where to begin. With this straight-forward, simple approach, you'll learn how to identify and apply concepts of adult learning design, develop and deliver a short course or workshop, present your material effectively, set up a classroom to maximize learning, as well as facilitate training like a pro.
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activities Adult Learning audience profile checklists Choice of Media concepts Conduct content review Conduct Train-the-Trainer Consider Media content outline course content course evaluation course theme Creating Training Courses criteria debrief decision matrix Decision Table design and development design review Determine class Determine Prerequisites ence environment Establish Learning Objectives evaluation strategy example facilitated discussion facilitation skills feedback Handouts Identify Preferred Delivery Identify SMEs implement include the following Indicate instructor instructor/facilitator guide intellectual capital interaction Jim Robinson job aid job rotation knowledge learners learning experience learning organization ment Module 2 Module needs analysis needs assessment Nonverbal communication organizational organizational learning peer teaching performance Phase pilot Preferred Delivery Mechanism preread materials presentation Qane questions Refer to pages report back rience role play Roll Out Course SMEs and customers summarize target audience techniques theme and goals tion Trainer Training & Development training department transparencies