Training Delivery and Evaluation QQI Level 6

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Description

The purpose of this QQI validated Train the Trainer (Training Delivery and Evaluation) 6N3326 award is to develop an understanding of the methodologies and processes available to approach Training Delivery and Evaluation. This Training Delivery & Evaluation course covers the role and objectives of the trainer, the needs of the learner and the evaluation process.

Train the Trainer

• To understand the learning process and know how to motivate your group to learn.
• Acquire a step by step approach to training design for a group training session that is tailored to specified needs.
• Know how to compile a Training Needs Analysis.
• To develop skills that will hold the attention of the audience during training courses through practice sessions with Tutor feedback.
• To know what systems to use to evaluate training.

Train the Trainer Content

  • Concepts and Theories

    The Training Cycle
    Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
    Designing training programmes
    Delivering engaging training
    Evaluation models to assess the effectiveness of your training

  • Planning Your Training Session

    Adult learning styles – Honey & Mumford
    Trainer style & self-presentation
    Training environment
    How to engage learners
    Group dynamics
    Creating a positive learning experience

  • Legislative Awareness

    Creating inclusive and equal opportunities
    Equality
    Diversity
    Disability

  • Fundamentals of Training Needs Identification

    Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
    Methods to gather and identify training needs

  • Designing Effective Training Programmes

    Setting SMART Training Objectives
    Lesson Planning
    Selecting suitable training resources – visual aids, hand-outs and case studies

  • Delivering Engaging Training

    How to present yourself
    Honing your presentation skills
    Developing confidence and overcoming nerves
    Creating a positive learning environment
    Motivating the learner
    Questioning and listening techniques
    Body language
    Tone, pace and pitch
    Effective explanation of material
    Time-keeping, summarising and re-capping
    Providing timely feedback
    Creating opportunities for participation
    Dealing with challenging behaviours and difficult situations

  • Evaluation of Training

    The importance of evaluating training
    Models of Evaluation, including Kirkpatrick’s Levels of Evaluation
    Devising a range of evaluation approaches
    Determining if the objectives have been met and training has been effective
    Providing written and verbal feedback to trainees
    Self-reflection and review

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