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Training Managers to Train

Developing Diverse Talents. During this course, you will learn why it is important for managers to learn to train, explore key concepts in training adults in the workplace. The student will also learn how to present prac... Show More
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Instructor-Led Training (ILT)

Attend training in a classroom environment at a campus near you. Instructor-led training is still the number one delivery method of choice because it allows you to interact and discuss the training material, either individually or in a group setting, and you gain access to expert knowledge from certified instructors. This form of guided learning is impactful and produces positive learning outcomes. Day, evening and Saturday classes are offered.

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Part 1The Case for Manager-Led Training 

  • Training Benefits the Organization 
  • Training Benefits Employees 
  • Training New Employees 
  • Training Is Part of Effective Supervision 
  • Managers Routinely Face Situations Requiring Training 
  • The Ability to Train Makes a Better Manager 
  • Managers Often Make the Best Trainers 


Part 2Where Training and Learning Meet 

  • Making Change Happen 
  • Workplace Change and the Ongoing Need for Training 
  • Three Keys to Adult Learning 
  • Training at the Intersection of Attitude and Knowledge 
  • Allowing for Varied Learning Preferences 
  • Respecting Diversity in the Workplace 
  • The Four Steps of Training 


Part 3Define How the Job Should Be Done 

  • Developing a Position Analysis 
  • Activity #1: Develop a List of Tasks 
  • Activity #2: Define Each Task 
  • Activity #3: Determine Required Quality Levels 
  • Activity #4: Design a Job Description 
  • Uses for a Job Description 


Part 4Plan the Training 

  • The Importance of Planning 
  • Activity #1: Determine Training Objectives 
  • Activity #2: Develop a Training Plan 
  • Involving Employees in Training 
  • Choosing a Group or Individual Training 
  • Activity #3: Design a Training Lesson 
  • Collecting Resource Material 
  • Activity #4: Select the Trainer(s) 
  • Activity #5: Prepare the Trainee(s) 


Part 5Present the Training 

  • Identifying Training Methods 
  • Understanding On-the-Job Training 
  • Making On-the-Job Training Effective 
  • Activity #1: Preparation 
  • Activity #2: Presentation 
  • Using Visual Aids 
  • Activity #3: Demonstration 
  • Activity #4: Follow-Up 


Part 6: Evaluate the Training 

  • Principles of Training Evaluation 
  • Activity #1: Evaluate by Measuring the Results 
  • Activity #2: Provide Follow-Up Coaching 
  • A Final Word  
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: December 4th, 2020

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