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ETM Project: Training Workshop Results

  1. 1. Every Trainee Matters / 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111 Every Trainee Matters 7th Project Meeting Athens 26th – 27th April 2012 Leonardo Da Vinci – Partnership Evaluation of the training processRaftopoulos Dimitris Strategic Leadership
  2. 2. The pilot training programmeParameters taken into consideration for designing the Training ProcessTarget group features analysisKey competences and Learning ObjectivesModels/guidelines of the training approachRoles involved in the training processDescription of the Training ActivitiesTrainees’ evaluation of the training process
  3. 3. Every Trainee Matters / 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111This pilot training programme was based on training methods andactivities that reflect the ways that adult learners prefer to learn and aim tohelp them acquire knowledge of:• VET (Vocational Education and Training) Systems• Training• E-teams Management.
  4. 4. Every Trainee Matters / 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111 Cognitive Psychosocial Demographic Good computer They are trainers European literacy themselves citizens Good knowledge They come from Different lingual of the English different cultural and cultural language backgrounds background Their views Prefer to learn about by doing technology vary Interested about training issues
  5. 5. Every Trainee Matters / 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111 Learning toThe acquisition of key competences fits in Learn Mathematical with the principles of equality and competence & basic Digital access for all. competences in Competence science and technologyThe EU reference framework also applies in particular to disadvantaged groups Communication Key Social and Civic in foreign whose educational potential requires languages Competences Competences support. Communication Sensa of initiative in mother and tongue enterprenership Cultural awareness and expression
  6. 6. Every Trainee Matters / 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111 Cognitive Affective Phycomotor domain Perform operations domain domain on a LMS Develop positive Improve their (asynchronous & attitude towards ICT computer skills synchronous platform) Design and Develop their Acquire basic skills development of communication skills on how to use online learning materials in English interactive tools The implementation Work within teams process of and exchange Introduce a topic and synchronous, opinions with fellow learning to build an asynchronous & trainees and exercise blended learning trainers/mentors Coordinate the Knowledge on a Share their activities of an LMS training program opinion/Express and foster a learning management themselves environment
  7. 7. Every Trainee Matters / 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111 The PDCA model is a project development Mentored Learning Model incorporates Blended Learning Model is a mixture of model whose stages are: tools, technologies and a mentor in the learning different learning environments. It combines process. traditional face-to-face classroom methods with-Prepare: Define in an analytic or quantitative more modern computer-mediated activities.way the main problems/issues of the existing This model is incorporating a hybrid of:process of activity and prepare a repair project Assists the trainees to: - Traditional classroom instruction- Do: Implement the project - Study and understand the educational material - Hands on lab exercises-Check: Confirm in an analytic and qualitative - Make a time schedule - One on one mentoringway that the found solution is good and - Creates a community of learning and organizesinfluences the improvement of the activity - E-learning the communication pattern-Act: As a consequence change the previous - Reading - Interact with an dynamic training materialprocess, correct and apply the procedure - Video based instruction - Understand training issues.
  8. 8. Every Trainee Matters / 2010-1-ROI-LE004-0677111 The role of the trainer/mentor involves the following actions: The role of the trainee/learner involves the following - Providing regular reviews to the student, depending on actions: the needs of that student - Meet the milestones agreed to during the learning plan - Monitor student progress toward defined milestones and development stage ultimate goal - Communicate with other learners - Progress reports to student to keep students on track and - Read all the assigned courseware material note issues early - Make questions, make suggestions, report problems - Counseling student on issues - Take pre and post assessment exams - Executing assessments, breakout sessions, hands on-labs and evaluations - Attend schedule break-out sessions conducted by trainers - Monitoring student progress toward defined goals
  9. 9. Warming up Knowledge Knowledge Evaluation activities internalization Practice - Self Assessment- Handshake - Online Chat Questions - E-material absorption Session - Quiz per Topic- Needs andExpectations - Forum - Online (Discussion questionnaire about Board) overall experience
  10. 10. Work ExperienceObjectivesInstructor’s overall performanceLearning EffectivenessKnowledge and Skills gainedCareer PotentialRecommendationExpectationsDegree of satisfaction
  11. 11. How long have you worked as a trainer/tutor ? Comments:
  12. 12. What was your main objective for completing this training? Comments:
  13. 13. How would you rate instructor’s overall performance? Comments:
  14. 14. How would you rate this training in terms of learning effectiveness? Comments:
  15. 15. How would you rate this training in terms of knowledge and skillsgained from it? Comments:
  16. 16. How would you rate the impact of this training on your career potential? Comments:
  17. 17. Based on your experience with this training, how likely would you be to recommendthis training approach to someone else in order to the usage of new e-learningtechnological tools ? Comments:
  18. 18. How well did this training meet your expectations? Comments:
  19. 19. How satisfied are you from the overall training approach you took part into ? Comments: