HRD - Design a Training Programme Part 1 (COMPONENTS INCLUDED IN A LESSON…
HRD - Design a Training Programme Part 1
DEFINITION OF TRAINING DESIGN
It is the process of creating a blueprint for the development of instruction. Whether the training is to be conducted in a classroom, delivered using an electronic format or using some combination of methods, the design process sets the stage for the development of a program that produces results.
PURPOSE OF TRAINING DESIGN
To identify the learning objectives that helps to achieve the training needs identified during TNA
To identify The appropriate delivery methods to facilitate an effective training program.
BENEFITS OF A GOOD TRAINING DESIGN
Having effective training that:
Engages learners with various methods
Flows logically for better learning
Uses resources wisely &
Meets learning objectives.
DESIGNING TRAINING PROCESS (ADDIE MODEL)
Step 2: Design
A variety of concerns are addressed to achieve optimal design and systematic development of the training program so as to meet the training goals.
E.g. Identifying Learning objectives, Content, Assessment instruments, Delivery method
Step 3: Develop
Develop a training "package" of resources and materials, including, e.g., designing webinars, developing audio-visuals, graphics, manuals, etc.
Step 1: Analyze
Firstly, the organization's and individual's needs are analyzed to aid in identify training goals of trainees such that they will be equipped with the required knowledge and skills to meet the organization's goals.
Step 4: Implement
A procedure for training between the trainee and trainer is developed.
A plan is put into action
Step 5: Evaluate
Ongoing during each stage
to identify any errors early in the process.
Done after implementation
& consists of tests designed for criterion-related referenced items and providing opportunities for feedback from the users.
DEFINITION OF LESSON PLAN
A trainer’s guide for the actual delivery of the training content and determines in advance what is to be covered and how much time is devoted to each part of the session.
BENEFITS OF PREPARING A LESSON PLAN
Helps to ensure the appropriate amount of material that needs to be covered/
Ensure a logical flow of information
Useful to aid a substitute trainer in understanding and carrying out training smoothly in the event that the original trainer is absent (i.e. Contingency Planning)
Promotes proper documentation and archiving of lesson plans that can be used as reference in the future (i.e. saves time to rework a new plan from scratch)
COMPONENTS INCLUDED IN A LESSON PLAN
E.g. Lectures, Role playing, Group discussions etc.
Include a brief summary of content coverage to determine the materials needed to prepare
E.g. Desired outcomes of training programme
Includes a detailed timeline & sequence of training programme
E.g. Who and size of participants
Instructor restates the objectives; participants reflect and evaluate training.
E.g. Course title, Instructor, Duration, Venue
This is where trainees evaluate the quality of the training.
E.g. Individual quiz, Participant’s feedback form
This is whereby the Trainer determine points of refinement & state method of evaluation of desired outcomes of training programme.
DEFINITION OF TRAINING ADMINISTRATION
It refers to providing effective and efficient administrative supports to aid in successful delivery of training, which may take place in both before and after delivery of training.
TRAINING MATERIALS TO BE PREPARED BEFOREHAND
Training Media Used
TRAINER'S GUIDELINES ON PREPARING INSTRUCTIONAL TRAINING MATERIALS
PRINCIPLE OF COST
PRINCIPLE OF AUTHENTICITY
PRINCIPLE OF INTEREST
PRINCIPLE OF APPROPRIATENESS
PRINCIPLE OF ORGANISATION AND BALANCE