Trainers Skills Certificate QQI (FETAC) Level 6 - Training Delivery and Evaluation Component Award (6N3326)

(Formerly Train the Trainer)

Introduction

The IITD Certificate in Training Delivery & Evaluation programme is specifically designed to enable participants to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to deliver and evaluate training activities pertinent to those responsible for the training of others in organisations.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this module, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the role and competencies of a trainer
  • Identify key factors in preparing for training delivery
  • Demonstrate core skills required for effective delivery of training programmes
  • Discuss the assessment of trainees’ learning, identify a range of assessment tools, techniques and approaches and devise an appropriate training assessment process
  • Explain the background to training evaluation and identify a range of evaluation models and principles
  • Evaluate training programmes effectively and identify key areas of benefit and opportunity

Programme Assessment Process

Programme assessment is on a continuous basis and will require students to review theoretical concepts surrounding the systematic approach to training and apply these in practical situations. Assessment methods incorporate:  a project, skills demonstration and a learner record.

 

Duration:  4 days

 

Dates on Next Programme:

Thursday 9th November

Thursday 16th November

Thursday 23rd November

Thursday 30th November

Cost: 
€675.00

* Funding may be available from DSP or IITD Skillnet. Please contact us for details

corporate-courses-supervisor
iitd-1
training-image-2

Certificate in Training Needs Analysis and Training Design - QQI/FETAC Level 6 Component Award – Training Needs Identification & Training Design – 6N3325

Introduction

The IITD Certificate in Training Need Analysis & Design programme is specifically designed to enable participants to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to identify and analyse training needs, and to plan, design and develop relevant training interventions.

The programme content comprises four sections and is delivered in a highly participative and practical manner. Some Pre-Reading and a Questionnaire is required with this programme, A range of learning methods and approaches will be used to promote the practical application of theoretical concepts covered.

 

Learning Objectives

At the end of this module, participants will be able to:

  • Explain key elements of training and development practice and the role of training and development in an organisational context.
  • Discuss key aspects of adult learning theory and implement associated principles during analysis of training needs and design of training interventions.
  • Identify a range of instructional design system (ISD) and Training needs analysis (TNA) models and discuss their application in a variety of organisational settings.
  • Select a TNA model and implement an appropriate TNA process incorporating outputs in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes required and priorities.
  • Devise training plans based on prioritised training needs, including a cost benefit analysis.
  • Develop and design a range of appropriate training interventions

 

Programme Assessment Process

Programme assessment is on a continuous basis, embracing theoretical reviews and practical assignments and project work.

 

The programme offers participants the opportunity to achieve recognised certification as an effective trainer: awards include:

  1. IITD Certificate in Training Needs Analysis & Design
  2. QQI/FETAC Level 6 Component Award – Training Needs Identification & Training Design – 6N3325

 

Duration: 4 Days

Dates of Next Programme:

Wednesday 29th November

Wednesday 6th  December

Wednesday 13th December

Wednesday 20th December

 

Cost:

€675.00

*Funding may be available from DSP of IITD Skillnet. Please contacts us for details.

 

training-image-3
iitd-1
training-image-1

corporate-courses-train
Skip to toolbar