Accreditation: FETAC E30179 Level 6
Includes: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) – PowerPoint. Exam 77-883*
If you would like to become a professional trainer within your organisation, or take the steps to going it alone, our Train the Trainer FETAC level 6 course is the first step you must take.
What do I learn?
Daralinn Training will introduce you to the theories behind how adults learn, how best to interact with your audience, and what is required in designing compelling training pieces that will keep everyone fully engaged
Why Daralinn Training?
When you successfully complete our Train the Trainer course you will be equipped to identify training needs, in an organisation, allowing you to work with key stakeholders in creating a training plan that is built to succeed.
Aims & Objectives:
Those who successfully complete this course will be able to work effectively with a range of learner groups, carry out job analysis as well as training needs analysis with the aim to designing and delivering training programs to meet those needs.
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for those wishing to design, deliver and assess the training of others. It is suitable for persons with at least a Junior Certificate qualification in English and one technical subject (e.g. Mathematics) and with a level of self-confidence to allow them to stand up and deliver training to strangers.
Preferred level of qualification: FETAC level 5 Certificate, or a Leaving Certificate, and relevant life and/or work experience.
Day 1: Microsoft Office Specialist Power Point Training ( Optional )
Day 2: Theory of Training and Adult Learning
Day 3: Role of the Trainer
Day 4: Training Needs Analysis & Program Design
Day 5: Preparation for Delivering Training
Day 6: Delivery, Assessment, & Evaluation of Training
A practical and highly participative approach will be used throughout the course. When theory is introduced it will be applied to practical situations encountered by the participants. A variety of training aids will be used.
This course will be taught and evaluated in English and so requires a good general understand of English both written and oral. Student should specify any special needs on booking the course. Students will be expected to prepare a personal portfolio reflecting their learning experiences during the course, in addition to the two marked assignments. This will require students to commit some of their own time between modules and is facilitated by the scheduling of our training presentations.
A personal portfolio must be prepared by each student to reflect their experiences of learning and will be submitted at the conclusion of the course along with the course assignments. The course assignments will be designed to show how each student can plan, research and prepare two different training programmes. They will then deliver them and demonstrate how to evaluate their effectiveness.
There will be an end-of-course examination where students will present training in at least two skills to demonstrate their presentational skills and effective use of various learning aids.