The Trainer's Handbook / Edition 1

The Trainer's Handbook / Edition 1

by Karen Lawson
     
 

ISBN-10: 0787939919

ISBN-13: 9780787939915

Pub. Date: 06/28/1998

Publisher: Wiley

The Train-the-Trainer workshop is the helping hand that no new trainer can do without! The full program is six days, but you can easily shorten it and tailor it as needed. Designed to be flexible, this comprehensive program will suit any training schedule!

Teach new trainers how to:

  • Conduct a needs assessment
  • Identify their

Overview

The Train-the-Trainer workshop is the helping hand that no new trainer can do without! The full program is six days, but you can easily shorten it and tailor it as needed. Designed to be flexible, this comprehensive program will suit any training schedule!

Teach new trainers how to:

  • Conduct a needs assessment
  • Identify their training style
  • Design their instructional plan
  • Use active training techniques
  • Deliver their training
  • Evaluate their training . . . and more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780787939915
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
06/28/1998
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
8.08(w) x 9.14(h) x 0.65(d)

Table of Contents

Module One: Assessing Needs-Understanding Needs Assessment-Needs-Assessment Process-Developing an Action Plan-Assessing Participants' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills
Module Two: Understanding Adult Learners-Trainer Characteristics and Competencies-Understanding How and Why People Learn-Application of Learning Principles
Module Three: Training Style-Training Style-Learner-Centered Versus Information-Centered-Key Elements of a Trainer's Style
Module Four: Understanding Today's Learner-The Changing Training Environment-Self-Awareness-Diversity Issues-Participants with Disabilities
Module Five: Writing Instructional Objectives-What Are Learning Objectives?-Writing Learning Objectives
Module Six: Writing an Instructional Plan-Design Philosophy-Time Needed to Develop a Training Program-Major Components of Design-Creating a Design Matrix-Purpose of an Instructional Plan-Components of an Instructional Plan-Instructional Methods-Developing Materials
Module Seven: Selecting, Designing, and Developing Active-Training Methods-The Case for Active Training-Corporate Learning-Creating an Active-Learning Environment-Designing Active-Training Activities-Common Methods and Materials
Module Eight: Delivering Training-Creating a Positive Learning Environment-Experiential and Active-Training Techniques-Tips for Using Specific Methods-Improving Platform Presence
Module Nine: Using Visual Aids-Retention Rate in Visual Learning-Commonly Used Visual Aids
Module Ten: Working with Groups-The Trainer As Facilitator-Ways to Encourage Participation-The Art of Questioning-Responding to Questions-Scaling the Wall of Resistance-Problem Situations
ModuleEleven: Creativity in the Workshop-Creativity with Small Groups-Props and Theatrical Techniques-Games-Creative Closings
Module Twelve: Evaluating Training-Why Evaluate?-When to Evaluate-Whom to Involve-How to Evaluate-What to Evaluate-Four-Level Model for Evaluation-Accountability for Training-Significance of the Evaluation Process
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References
Index

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