Developing Your Training Program

Devel­op­ing Your Train­ing Program

chalk boardTrain­ing is an essen­tial ele­ment of devel­op­ment in any orga­ni­za­tion. Being knowl­edge­able and con­tin­u­ing to learn through­out your career can make you a very valu­able asset. We also know that train­ing and ori­en­ta­tion for newly hired employ­ees is a key fac­tor in retention.

This two-​day work­shop is designed for a trainer who wants to develop train­ing pro­grams that are mean­ing­ful, prac­ti­cal, and will ben­e­fit both trainees and the orga­ni­za­tions they work for.


chalk boardHow You Will Benefit:

At the end of this two day course, par­tic­i­pants will be able to:

  • Describe the essen­tial ele­ments of a train­ing program
  • Apply dif­fer­ent method­olo­gies to pro­gram design
  • Demon­strate skills in prepa­ra­tion, research, and deliv­ery of strong content
  • Explain an instruc­tional model
  • Be pre­pared to cre­ate a train­ing pro­gram proposal

chalk boardWhat You Will Cover:

  • Pro­gram design
  • Iden­ti­fy­ing needs
  • The train­ing model
  • The program’s basic outline
  • Eval­u­a­tion strategies
  • Defin­ing your approach
  • Research­ing and devel­op­ing content
  • Pre-​assignments in training
  • Choos­ing open­ings and energizers
  • Train­ing instru­ments, assess­ments, & tools
  • Cre­at­ing sup­port­ing materials
  • Test­ing the program
  • Cre­at­ing proposals
  • Build­ing rapport
  • Pulling it all together

chalk boardIntro­duc­tion and Course Overview


You will spend the first part of the day get­ting to know par­tic­i­pants and dis­cussing what will take place dur­ing the workshop.

Pro­gram Design
This ses­sion will explore some things that need to be con­sid­ered before com­mit­ting to devel­op­ing a train­ing pro­gram. We will also look at some sit­u­a­tions where train­ing is not appro­pri­ate and some alter­na­tives to training.

Iden­ti­fy­ing Needs
Par­tic­i­pants will look at how to deter­mine what train­ing is really nec­es­sary using the ICE method: Iso­late, Con­sult, and Evaluate.

The Train­ing Model
Next, we will explore a seven-​step Instruc­tional Sys­tems Design Model. We will focus on adult learn­ing and some basic prin­ci­ples that apply to devel­op­ing training.

The Program’s Basic Out­line
Next, par­tic­i­pants will learn how to cre­ate the basic out­line for the pro­gram by writ­ing objec­tives for knowl­edge, skills, and abil­i­ties (KSAs).

Eval­u­a­tion Strate­gies
Of course, it’s hard to know what you want to teach with­out know­ing how you’ll know you’ve taught it! This ses­sion will look at eval­u­a­tion meth­ods and how they tie into learn­ing objectives.

Defin­ing Your Approach
This ses­sion will look at a basic method that par­tic­i­pants can use to design their pro­gram. We will also explore some spe­cific learn­ing tools, includ­ing demon­stra­tions, case stud­ies, guided teach­ing, study groups, role plays, games and sim­u­la­tions, and e-​learning.

Research­ing and Devel­op­ing Con­tent
Now that we have a frame­work for the design of the pro­gram, par­tic­i­pants will learn where to find the con­tent. We will also talk about fads and copy­right issues.

Pre-​Assignments in Train­ing
This ses­sion will explore the value of pre-​assignments through a pre-​assignment.

Choos­ing Open­ings and Ener­giz­ers
We will talk about how to start off your train­ing, dif­fer­ent types of games, and some ways to make sure your game doesn’t fall flat.

Train­ing Instru­ments, Assess­ments, and Tools
Pre-​designed test­ing tools can help with many train­ing top­ics. This ses­sion will dis­cuss how to make the most of these tools.

Cre­at­ing Sup­port­ing Mate­ri­als
Most train­ers pre­pare notes for them­selves to use as they are teach­ing their pro­gram. This ses­sion will look at some other mate­ri­als that can enhance your train­ing pro­gram, includ­ing stu­dent guides, hand­outs, and elec­tronic slides.

Test­ing the Pro­gram
Par­tic­i­pants will dis­cuss ways to test their train­ing pro­gram before they deliver it.

Cre­at­ing Pro­pos­als
Par­tic­i­pants will learn how to orga­nize and write a train­ing pro­posal, and then they will apply the knowl­edge to a case study.

Build­ing Rap­port
We will dis­cuss some ways to ensure that your pro­posal gets approved.

Pulling it all Together
To con­clude the course, par­tic­i­pants will work together to cre­ate indi­vid­ual action plans.

Work­shop Wrap-​Up
At the end of the day, stu­dents will have an oppor­tu­nity to ask ques­tions and speak with the trainer


Short Descrip­tion

Train­ing is an essen­tial ele­ment of devel­op­ment in any orga­ni­za­tion. Being knowl­edge­able and con­tin­u­ing to learn through­out your career can make you a very valu­able asset.

Course Info

Two Days — 16 hr :

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