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Circuit Rider Training Project

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Sarah Lord Soares @ 2009 Circuit Rider Confrence …

Sarah Lord Soares @ 2009 Circuit Rider Confrence
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The Lasa Learning Programme aims to provide a route for Circuit Riders to both develop their skills and to provide an environment for those wishing to become Circuit Riders. The topics in the initial phase of delivery and a quick look at the online learning platform.

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  • 1. The Path We Followed
  • 2. Community Engagement to Guide Programme Development
    • CR Conferences
    • CR List
    • Full day retreat
    • Advisory Group
  • 3.
    • CRs primarily do self-directed learning to improve their skills
    • Incredible resources but terribly organised
    • Agreement about basic CR skills needed to succeed
    • Nothing published about necessary CR competencies
    • Major gaps in ‘soft’ skills
    Research on CR Learning
  • 4.
    • Though unpublished there are ‘de-facto’ standards
    • They relate to ICT:
      • Planning
      • Infrastructure
      • Implementation
      • Management
      • Internal & External Comm.
    Development of CR Principles & VCO ICT Standards
  • 5.
    • Major finding during standards work was that essential ‘soft-skills’ are required in all areas
    • Competencies developed for ‘core’ skills that all CRs must have and ‘technical’ skills that CRs need depending on their area of specialisation
    Research on CR Learning
  • 6. Programme Focus: 4 ‘Core’ Areas
      • Characteristics of the VCS and VCOs
      • VCO ICT Use: Systems, tools, training, etc.
      • ICT Sustainability: Costing, funding, technical support, etc.
      • Basic assessment, planning and consulting skills
  • 7. Lasa Learning Environment (LLE) Mentors Circuit Rider Community Classes & workshops offered by other organisations Advisor support through PLP to certification process Half-day classes focused on four core curriculum areas Access to the Lasa Online LLE (Vetted resources, personal workspace, facilitated discussions)
  • 8. A-Z Programme Sequence
  • 9. Draft Calendar
    • Trimesters
      • September - December 2009
      • January – March 2010
      • April – June 2010
  • 10. Programme Details
    • Phase 1 focus on independent CRs and CRs who work within support organisations
    • Phase 1 fee is ??????????
    • Applications taken starting now or…
    • Sign-up and we will contact you in a few weeks
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