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Training the Trainers


Mar 12 2019 - Mar 13 2019 | PMAP Center
P11,500.00-MEMBER | P13,000.00-NON MEMBER

People Management Association of the Philippines
Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments
Training the Trainers
 
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1.0 Program Description:
“Train the Trainers Program” prepares subject matter experts to design and implement productivity-focused training interventions. It provides tools and techniques on how to transform the smallest value in a decision-maker’s head into a productive training delivery. This model of training workshop is highly operational and useful in that it translates every training objective and instructional effort into immediate contributions to immediate needs, thus ensuring bottom-line results. The workshop assumes that the participants have mastery of the subject matter that they are expected to train people on. It employs a highly interactive and hands-on approach and methodology. The focus of this training is on the Subject Matter Experts because they possess the knowledge, expertise, and or skills that others need or would like to learn. A training intervention is an opportunity to affect the thinking of a large group of employees, an opportunity to change things that may be affecting their respective work and the results of their work. A successful training intervention, therefore, should produce change. The role of the Subject Matter Expert is to facilitate the greatest amount of change in as many employees as possible in the shortest time. This program has been designed to explain and guide subject matter experts through the steps most likely to create change in others. The employee-learner needs to take center stage more than on what the subject matter expert needs—because in training, the employee-learner is in the “spotlight” not the trainer. It is the employee-learner’s performance that is important
2.0 Workshop Objectives:
 
  At the completion of the workshop, the participants should be able to:
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.1 IDENTIFY the components of a training and instructional design that yields changes in task performance and productivity;
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.2 DESCRIBE the key steps and activities involved in designing instructional interventions;
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.3 DEMONSTRATE the ability to design and execute instructional interventions responsive to the:
        arrow 2.3.1 Organization’s mission, vision, goals, and priorities;
        arrow 2.3.2 Participants’ learning preferences, cognitive styles and modes of integrating information;
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.4 PREPARE a course or session trainer’s guide on a specific subject matter using the structures and guidelines taught during the workshop, including the necessary training aids and presentation materials;
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.5 CONDUCT a learning session on a specific subject matter where they have expertise on or are meant to transfer such expertise to adult learners, not only in terms of a cognitive understanding of it, but the learners should be able to demonstrate the actual use and/or behavior on the job;
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.6 DEMONSTRATE proficiency in the use of various appropriate media, methods, and technology required for effective delivery of training;
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.7 UTILIZE various monitoring mechanisms on how to embed learning and ensure behavioural change;
   Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments 2.8 EMPLOY evaluative tools and techniques that measure the impact of learning, using the four levels of assessing training effectiveness.
3.0 Workshop Flow:
 
Day 1 Session Content/Process
1 CREATING A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
 

Opening Remarks

  Introductions
 

Workshop Orientation

  Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments Objectives
  Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments Content
  Understanding Psychological Tests & Assessments Process
  Personal Resource and Learning Goals
  Trainer Self-Assessment
  Profile and Competencies of an Effective Trainer
2 USING ADULT LEARNING PRINCIPLES
  Overview
  Lesson Objectives
  Differences Between Pedagogy (Child-Learning) and Andragogy
  (Adult-Learning)
  Adult Learning Principles
  Exercise: Applying Adult Learning Principles to Past Experiences
3 ANALYZING THE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
  Overview
  Lesson Objectives
  Differences Between Pedagogy (Child-Learning) and Andragogy
  (Adult-Learning)
  Adult Learning Principles
  Exercise: Applying Adult Learning Principles to Past Experiences
4 DEVELOPING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  Overview
  Lesson Objective
  Taxonomy/Types of Objectives
  Steps in Developing Learning Objectives
  Exercise 1: Assessing Learning Objectives
  Exercise 2: Writing Learning Objectives
  Critique
5 OUTLINING THE TRAINING CONTENT
  Overview
  Lesson Objective
  Definition and Purpose
  Steps in Outlining the Training Content
6 SELECTING TRAINING METHODS
  Overview
  Lesson Objective
  Definition and Purpose
  Types of Training Methods
  Criteria for Selection
7 DEVELOPING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  Overview
  Lesson Objective
  Definition and Types of Training Aids
  Purposes of Training Aids
8 DEVELOPING A TRAINING PLAN
  Overview
  Lesson Objective
 

Definition and Purpose

  The ROPES Model of Developing a Training Plan
 

Timing Your Lesson

  Formatting Your Training Plan
9 PRACTICE TRAINING & FACILITATTION
  Final Preparations For The Practice Training
 

Exercise: Practice Training and Critique

 

USING BASIC FACILITATION SKILLS

 

Types of Facilitation Skills

 

Considerations in Handling Problem Situations

 

Identifying Strategies for Handling Problem Situations

 

More Inputs as Necessary on Training Delivery Skills

 

Presentation and Platform Skills

  Dealing with Anxiety
10

EFFECTIVE TRAINING EVALUATION

 

Basics of an Evaluation System

 

Planning the Evaluation System

 

Levels of Training Evaluation

 

Strategies and Techniques

  Implementing the Evaluation System
   
 

Integration Session

 

Evaluation of Workshop

 

Closing Ceremonies

4.0 Methodology:
The program employs various learning methodologies and techniques suitable for adult learners. Depending on the objectives and nature of a specific session, methods such as group dynamics, use of assessment instruments, group discussions, action planning, lecturettes, etc., will be utilized in a balanced and synergistic manner.

Facilitator:
Gerrie Baricaua


 

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