what are the considerations?
The employees are participating in activities during the learning process
The work experiences and knowledge that employees bring to each learning situation are used as a resource
The employees are involved in determining the knowledge, skills and abilities to be learned
A practical and problem-centered approach based on real examples is used
New material is connected to the employee's past learning and work experience
The goals of the employee training or development program are clear
The employees are given an opportunity to reinforce what they learn by practicing
The individual employee is shown respect
The learning opportunity promotes positive self-esteem
The learning environment is informal, safe and supportive
How to implement?
Step 7. COURSE MATERIALS
Step 6. FACULTY
Step 5. LOCATION/SITE
Step 4. BUDGET
Step 3. CURRICULUM
Step 2. ACTION PLAN/CHECKLIST
Step 1. NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Create a schedule.
Find a trainer.
Acquire training resources.
How to communicate to emplyees?
word of mouth
Trainer check list
what must be included?
important things on the checklist
what to do day before training
what to do week before training
to make sure things run smoothly