Creating Training Courses (When You're Not a Trainer): Quick Course Design, Development, and Delivery, for Subject Matter Experts, Managers, and Other Nontrainers

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American Society for Training and Development, 1999 - Business & Economics - 96 pages
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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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Contents

Facilitation Skills
43
Concluding Remarks
59
Glossary of Terms
87
About the Author
95
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About the author (1999)

Don McCain is founder and principal of Performance Advantage Group and has more than 28 years of corporate consulting experience. He has authored three books as well as numerous articles in industry journals. He holds a BS in business administration, an MA in divinity, an MS in business administration, and a PhD in education and HRD from Vanderbilt University.

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