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This presentation is part of the online TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment course offered by Fortress Learning. ...

This presentation is part of the online TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment course offered by Fortress Learning.

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  • The strategies chosen to support effective workplace learning are dependent upon constraints, time and budget.
  • There is no doubt that with the return on competence, morale, and productivity, workplace learning provides many benefits for organisations.
  • Strategies supporting workplace learning include: - Allowing appropriate time to observe and talk to others - use of co-workers to model or demonstrate tasks and activities - use of internal experts, mentors or coaches with sufficient time to practice new tasks and skills and - improving communication  
  • The new emphasis on workplace learning has opened up the door to the role of trainer as “learning broker”. A learning broker works not just with the learner, but also the stakeholders internal and external to the organisation.
  • One task of the learning broker is to inform organisations about the new training mandates initiated by the industry.
  • These industry mandates may include: - insurance knowledge - legal skills development and maintenance - practical skills training such as production machinery - safety training skills for manufacturing and - safety skills training for airline staff  
  • Although it is the responsibility of the organisation to stay current on any new mandates, the learning broker can help facilitate the process by keeping an open line of communication.

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