The Justice Institute of BC are offering a “Tools and Activities for Trainers” course at the JIBC. It is the follow up course to our INDC 1110 which is very similar, (and equivalent) to the ISW.
The course description and learning outcomes are below. If you need more information, please contact Jennifer Jasper via email@example.com
In this follow-up course to ‘Essential Skills for Training and Facilitation’ learners will build on their ability to design and facilitate learner centred training. The focus of this course will be on analysis of learner needs and characteristics, developing their training toolbox, and creating effective training outcomes that lead to well-defined evaluation strategies. Learners will explore how these concepts relate to their training and facilitation context and leave the course ready to apply these skills immediately.
Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
- Describe the connection between adult learning principles and training design/development.
- Examine core aspects of the training design process
- Link the needs assessment process to the development of relevant learning objectives
- Apply appropriate training techniques, tools, and activities to maximize learning goals and engage learners
- Explore a variety of evaluation strategies that assess learning and provide feedback for the trainer
- Examine challenging training situations and consider tools and activities to respond constructively.
- Reflect on personal training and facilitation practice individually and in community