|Course Dates:||22,23 November 2017
16, 17 May 2018
This course is aimed at: Trainers in manufacturing industries, the programme is designed to introduce delegates to the principles of demonstration and assessment techniques appropriate to vocational training. The course aims to develop competence in applying the skills of demonstration and instruction to enable effective learning within a food/product manufacturing context. The programme focuses on developing delegates’ ability to undertake effective skills analysis, and devise effective instruction plans. Example demonstrations may include how to use a particular piece of equipment, or any other work based skill. Instructional techniques for vocational training provides delegates with the techniques on how to plan and pace demonstrations, how and when to involve trainees, how to identify the most appropriate learning style for individuals, how to give constructive feedback and how to evaluate and monitor training.
The benefits of effective training, Analysing the skills involved in a practical task, Setting objectives, Demonstration, Techniques of oral questioning, The learning process, Learning aids.
This two day course is delivered on site at The National Centre for Food Manufacturing, Holbeach and can also be delivered on business premises.
Delegates are asked to prepare a project which includes; Skills analysis of a practical task, Setting SMART objectives, designing a training plan, Selecting instructional techniques, Assessment and feedback. Leading to a University of Lincoln certificate.
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