The purpose of this course is to help participants learn how to develop and conduct effective training. It is designed for “non trainers” who train on occasional basis or who are looking at starting a career in training. The course covers the basic skills necessary for one to effectively develop and conduct trainings.
The course introduces you to planning, teaching and assessing learners in the sector and evaluating your effectiveness as well as examining the roles and responsibilities of teachers in the sector.
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector, acts as a practical introduction to teaching in the lifelong learning sector. You will be introduced to the roles and responsibilities of teachers in the sector, consider the issues of equality and diversity and be introduced to notions of reflective practice.
You will learn how to devise basic session plans, prepare resources, assess learning against a course requirement, provide support to learners and be made aware of key legislation and to evaluate their work. You will also engage in an observed teaching session and/or in a microteaching session with your peers.
The course format includes group discussions as well as individual and group exercises designed to help participants learn training skills.
Micro teach - The course includes participants developing a practice training lesson and conducting a 15 minute segment of it during the course.
• Chapter 2: Lesson planning
• Chapter 3: Delivering a lesson
• Chapter 4: Teaching adults
• Chapter 5: Practical teaching sessions
• Chapter 6: How to vary teaching techniques
• Chapter 7: How to recognise and deal with potential problems
• Chapter 8: Assessing how well pupils are learning
• Chapter 9: Teaching equipment and aids
Course assessment: No formal examination is required for this course, but at the end of the course participants will be required to submit a portfolio.
Participants in this course receive a certificate upon submission of course portfolio.
Persons that are required to train others within the organization in their own discipline. HR officers and Managers. Persons aspiring to become professional trainers /consultants. Fresh and experienced Trainers and Consultants. Religious teachers, Coaches and Public Speakers.