Delivering Training in the Workplace home pace Short Courses Current: Delivering Training in the Workplace How to plan and deliver training within your organisation. Identify the critical success factors for workplace training. Understand how to position your training in the workplace. Understand how to plan and deliver workplace training. Develop a workplace training evaluation strategy. What is covered in the course? Positioning training in your workplace identifying the skill/knowledge gap aligning to your organisation’s strategic priorities identifying the target audience what’s in it for participants? what’s in it for their managers and/or teams? mandatory versus voluntary training. Planning your training adult learning principles what do your participants already know? structuring teaching and learning timing. Delivering your training confidence and interaction opening Facilitating discussion activities dealing with difficult participants reading the room keeping the session on track closing. Evaluating your training evaluating learning versus evaluating training improving practice. Should I attend? This course is designed for those responsible for delivering on-the-job training. How will I benefit? You will gain: practical strategies and techniques to deliver training in a way that is meaningful and useful to participants insight into the needs of adult learners, and the common barriers and solutions which a trainer may experience during the training session knowledge in delivering and evaluating your training. How will my organisation benefit? Your organisation will gain: consistent and useful training that engages your employees and ensures they understand and retain the information and skills required to do their job well. Need customised training for your organisation? Contact our team to discuss customising this course to meet your needs. CONTACT US GET A QUOTE FIND OUT MORE AQF Equivalence, Articulation Pathways CPD Points and Certification You will receive a soft copy University of Adelaide Certificate of Completion. This PACE course may contribute to earning Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points or credit. Many professional associations accredit CPD at a standard rate of 1 hour of professional development / learning = 1 CPD point. This should be used as a guide only and confirmation should be sought from your accrediting body prior to registration in any PACE course or program. What will I receive as part of this course? Printed course book and materials (PDF copy for tablet on request) Certificate of Completion and training record Refreshments during the day, including a light lunch on full day courses What should I bring to the course? Our courses are designed to be work-related and interactive. Please bring current workplace examples related to this topic for use on the day. What further development can I do? We recommend Presentation Toolkit. Available course dates: Tuesday 21 May 2024 (9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) Course Start Date: Tuesday 21 May 2024 (9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) Location: L 7, 10 Pulteney St. Adelaide Instructor(s): Nina James PhD, MEnvMgmtSust(NatResMgmt), BAdultVocEd(Hons1st) Nina is an educational leader and professional with extensive experience leading education and policy projects in diverse sectors. At the University of Adelaide, Nina has worked on multiple projects as part of Learning Enhancement and Innovation (LEI) including designing extensive student internship resources and developing numerous online courses including the Introduction to MyUni Course, the Learning Analytics course and the Remote Teaching course to support the University transition to online during the Covid-19 pandemic. Nina has achieved certification as a Scrum Master, working in an Agile methodology to deliver quality outcomes for stakeholders. As the Senior Learning Designer for the PACE Project Team, Nina led the establishment of processes and resources to support the design and development of new online short courses and micro-credentials. In partnership with PACE, LEI and Faculties, Nina's team developed the first suite of micro-credentials for the University of Adelaide. Nina currently leads the development of new and existing PACE programs, including custom programs, online short courses and micro-credentials, through partnering with diverse stakeholders, applying quality learning and teaching frameworks, and evaluating student outcomes. Schedule number: 8452 Required fees: Price Registration (GST Free)$810.00 Register yourself Register UoA Staff Need to register a group or request an invoice for a business or organisation? Register here.