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  • 1. Working effectively in VET
    The training environment
  • 2. What is the trainer’s role
    The role of trainer in a flexible learning environment:
    face-to-face delivery
    on and off the job facilitation
    individual coaching/mentoring
    online facilitation
    the facilitation of self-paced learning materials
    formative and summative assessing.
  • 3. Why Adults Learn?
    To keep up with the growing competition.
    To acquire new skills.
    We learn
    As part of job training.
    For self-improvement.
    For financial growth and benefits.
  • 4. What are learners-learning is lifelong process
    Informal ?
    formal learning-Skills knowledge and attitude, third party, measurable outcome
    what formal and informal learning have participants engaged in?
  • 5. Who is the Adult Learner?
    An adult learner is a socially accepted person who is involved in any learning process.
    Learning process can be any type of formal education, informal education or corporate-sponsored education.
  • 6. What is Adult Learning Theory
    Malcolm Knowles (1978, 1990) is the theorist who brought the concept of adult learning to the fore.He determined the principles of androgogy.
  • 7. Pedagogy V/s Androgogy
  • 8. Principles of Adult Learning
    • Adults need to know why they need to learn something
    • 9. Adults need to learn experientially
    • 10. Adults approach learning as problem-solving
    • 11. Adults learn best when the topic is of immediate value
  • Motivation Learning
    You are working in ABC company. A training program has been scheduled, where you will be trained on MS-Word Application. Let us see the reaction of different employees who are short listed to attend the training program.
    Scenario
    This training program won’t help me much, I’m quite competent in MS-Office already!
    They should provide training on RoboHelp, that’s what I need to know to be an efficient technical writer.
    Oh great! I can brush up my MS-Word knowledge in this training program.
    Looks like another boring training session! Gosh, I don’t need training in MS-Word, any how I use notepad to scribble notes.
    Content Writer
    Instructional Designer
    Programmer
    Technical Writer
  • 12. Experiential Learning
    Rita works as a front office executive in a mobile store. She has to attend a training program where she will be taught how to handle customers. Two of the participants are asked to volunteer to role-play, one as front office executive and the other as a customer.
    Scenario
    2
    1
    I bought a cell phone two weeks back, but it gets switched off after every half-an-hour. Can you tell me what is the problem with this cell phone?
    Hello Sir, hello madam. How can I help you?
    3
    I think the battery has some problem. Sir we will replace the battery of the cell phone.
    4
    Thanks a lot!
    5
    You are welcome sir.
  • 13. Successful training
    Learners learn more if they are enjoying it and they learn more !!
    The way trainers and learners relate to one another depends on:
    the type of content being delivered
    the training methods used
    the delivery mode of the course
    learner characteristics and learning styles
    learning goals and objectives.
  • 14. Know the learning styles of individuals
    Visual Auditory Kinaesthetic
    Incorporate practical tasks wherever possible
    Use collaborative learning strategies such as group activities and pair work
    Integrate learning activities using a range of different media, such as audio tapes, images, photographs, video, television (eg documentaries, etc), the whiteboard, print-based resources (eg text books), the Internet and multimedia (computer-based media).
  • 15. Create a an inclusive learning environment
    Promote tolerance, respect and collaboration.
    learners from non-English speaking backgrounds
    learners with non-Western cultural or religious beliefs
    learners with a disability
    learning groups of mixed age, gender and race.
  • 16. Inclusive learning culture
    Strategy 1 - Establish ground rules for participation and behaviour-develop an agreed code of practice or rules
    Strategy 2 - Encourage learners to express themselves-Encourage all learners to express their opinions
    Strategy 3 - Model a positive attitude towards difference-Model a positive attitude towards difference.
    Strategy 4 - Use multi-sensory learning materials-creating a flexible, tolerant, active and multi-sensory learning environment.
  • 17. Delivery Modes and Methods
    Satisfy:
    Engage:
    Encourage:
    Be meaningful:
    Be inclusive:
    Enhance:
  • 18. The advantages and disadvantages of face-to-face delivery mode…
  • 19. What ethical standards should trainers and assessors be aware of?
    “A system of moral principles, by which human actions and proposals may be judged good or bad or right or wrong.“
    Personal ethics
    Organisational ethics
    Systemic ethics
    Refer-code of practice for assessors (IBSA)
    handout