How to Be an Effective Trainer: Skills for Managers and New Trainers / Edition 3 available in Paperback
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Written specifically for managers, supervisors and trainers who need to communicate new knowledge and skills to people, How to be an Effective Trainer provides a solid framework for maximising your training proficiency. Skills such as formulating session plans, computer based learning and behaviour modeling are all covered as well as advanced learning techniques.
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About the Author
BRIAN L. DELAHAYE is an associate professor at the School of Professional Studies at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia.
BARRY J. SMITH is a psychologist and counselor. He was formerly a senior lecturer in human resource management at the Queensland University of Technology.
Table of Contents
The Training Environment and the Trainer's Job.
Some Learning Principles.
The Theory-Session Model.
The Skill-Session Model.
PLANNING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE.
What is Training Needs Analysis?
Writing Training Objectives and Competencies.
Creating the Session Plan.
Defining Measurement Criteria and Tools.
Getting Training to Work.
How to Train on the Job.
How to Prepare and Lead a Discussion.
How to Prepare and Give a Lecture.
The Case Study and the Role-Play.
Advanced Learning Based on Work Experience.
Other Advanced Techniques.
Supervisory and Management Development.
Using Boards and Charts.
Overhead Projection Technologies.
MANAGING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE.
Designing a Program.
Marketing of Training.
The Training Room.
Coordinating a Program.
Evaluating a Program.
Career Development Review.