Instructor: Marge Stepansky
|Aug 29, 2019||8:30am - 4:30pm||PD048.190829AUB||Auburn, MA||REGISTER NOW|
Mastery of skills does not often translate into the ability to transfer that skill to another individual. Yet, the ability to train and to learn effectively is not just a "nice to have" skill. It is imperative for organizational growth in efficiency and effectiveness. This is an intensive program which examines the process to understand the learner, use a step-by-step training model, and avoid the common pitfalls of knowing something "too well." Each participant conducts a mini training session on a job-related task in the actual work environment (where possible.) A follow up critique will assess their skill level as a trainer and provide feedback on areas for improvement.
Individuals responsible for training others on-the-job.
• Understanding the role of a trainer
• Understand the natural learning curve for all trainees
• Learn the value and methods to identify baseline knowledge, skills, and attitude of a new learner
• Examine a five-step training model
• Conduct a mini training session on a job-related task using a four-step systematic training process
• Receive a comprehensive critique on your training techniques
• Giving Feedback
HRCI & SHRM Credits: 6.5
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