Training Programme (Design) (Lesson Plan (An organised description of the…
Training Programme (Design)
Job Instruction Training
Involves 2 way interaction between trainers and trainees. Focuses more on development skills.
1 way communication between trainers and trainees. Only involves teaching of facts and figures.
Lecture or Classroom
Used to increase interest in the topic by presenting materials that is visually appealing
Audio / visual Media
Video/ Film/ DVD
Steps to design Training Programme
Developing training programs and manuals
Deliver the training programme
Establishing a needs analysis
Evaluate the training programme
Types of Room Setups/ Arrangements
Presentations, Videos, large group discussions
Small group work, large group discussions, informational presentation
Ideal for large group discussions and brainstorming
Pair work, games, introductions
Medium sized groups
Large group, videos, lectures
For Large groups without discussions
Small group work, Discussing issues, case studies
An organised description of the activities and resources you'll use to guide a group towards a specific learning objective.
It is used to visualise each step of the class, to ensure that they thought about everything they need to say, and present the information in a logical manner
Lesson Plans include some of the following:
Transition of activities
Time given for each activity
Materials & Training aids
Summary of learning points
Training is the process of teaching employees the basic skills they require to perform their job or for developing additional new skills. It is intended to increase the expertise of trainees in a particular area.
Training programmes must also support performance management. This is an integrated, goal-oriented approach to assigning, training, assessing and rewarding employees performance