Excellent Certificate IV in Training and Assessment training doesn’t just happen. It requires a lot of preparation and a genuinely skilled coach to facilitate an exciting program where shave fun while getting educated. This course will provide you with all the tools and techniques that will engage people’s emotions as well as their minds. You’ll see the implication, and you’ll feel the vibrant energy.
This course is best for
Anyone required to provide workplace training to adult students.
Please note: you will receive recognition for attendance and participation in hands-on learning activities. However, this intensive 2-day course is not accredited at the national level by Certificate IV in Training and Evaluation in the Workplace.
What you’ll learn
Understand the fundamentals of adult learning and how to structure and deliver a program accordingly.
Implement interrogation techniques to maximise participant engagement.
Develop a relevant training session for adult students, those undergoing a career change perhaps, including the development of a structured course.
Fulfil individual and group training effectively while maintaining the audience’s interest.
Handle questions challenging behaviours assertively or with confidence.
Identify techniques for evaluating the training program.
Topics covered in this training course.
The adult student
Understand the six essential principles of adult learning.
Visual, Hearing and Kinesthetic Learning Preferences (VAK)
Techniques combine the three sensory learning preferences in your training sessions.
Planning training programs
What you basically need to know to prepare and conduct a training session, including identifying any performance gaps.
The ADDIE model
This is a commonly used training method or style.
The four steps of evaluation
Learn how to evaluate or critique your success.
Training session plans
Preparing a session plan to guide Certificate IV in Training and Assessment training.
Preparing a training session
Pre-preparation prevents poor performance.
A six-step approach to providing an engaging training session.
Identifying distracting habits
Improve your delivery through prevention, treatment and healing of distracting patterns.
Leading a session effectively
Develop your assertive skills to be an effective facilitator.
How to deal with difficult behaviours
Define challenging behaviours and develop positive responses.
Support material and visual aids
Cater to different learning styles and avoid ‘death by PowerPoint’.
Questions and feedback or forum techniques
Implement practical techniques to help you ask better questions.
Handling answers to questions
Use questions to get active group participation.
Activities During Training
Using various skills and techniques to keep your adult participants interested such as icebreakers, games, games and simulations.