Course Objective(s): State your course objectives into performance objective. It should describe the following: 1. The action (main intent) to be performed by the learner; 2. The conditions (or “givens”) where the action is to take place;and 3. The criteria by which to judge the successful performance. Step 2: Define the course objective(s). EXAMPLE: After completing the course and provided with the necessary software and equipment , the trainee shall be able to create a test program for a specific logic or analog device within the required cycle time .
Course Agenda: List down the major topics to be covered by this course….. Step 3: Identify course topics required to achieve performance objectives.
Course Content: The main content of the course as outlined on the agenda. These includes exercises, seatwork, and quizzes in between major topics. Try to be as graphical as possible. Step 4: Develop course content following the sequence of the course agenda.
Step 5: List down all the references needed. Course References/Bibliography: Enumerate all the references needed or used in developing the training course. Follow the hierarchy below: 1. Books, Manuals - Author(s), Title of Book, Edition, Date Published, & page #. 2. Journals - Same as above 3. Websites
Certification Instruments: On a separate file, a written tests and an actual examination (if applicable) shall be submitted. These are the instruments required for certifying the participants on their level of performance on the course. Step 6: Develop evaluation instruments of the course to measure competence (knowledge & skills)
Step 7: Submit your training materials for buy-off. Congratulations! Your Training Material is now ready for buy-off: Send a soft copy of your training materials to the following for buy-off: - Department Manager - Chikki Abad - Olsen Bandahala - Em Divina