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Preparing to Deliver Industrial Training

Session Format:

One 4-Hour Session

Introduction

Preparation is the first and most vital step prior to delivering any training session. It involves several procedures and basic understandings that can help one keep a program focused. This training session will help participants assess their company’s training needs and prepare to deliver training sessions.

Objectives

The participant will learn: (1) to assess the overall objectives of a training program, (2) to conduct a training needs analysis, (3) to identify specialized training topics, (4) to identify participants, (5) to identify costs of training, and (6) to identify resources available to help plan and implement a solid company training program.

Content Outline

  • Determining specific training needs and needs assessments
  • Brainstorming, interviewing, and writing questionnaires
  • Identifying the overall objectives for a training program
  • Selecting and understanding your participants
  • Adult learners
  • Motivational techniques for adults
  • Creating the climate for learning — promoting group involvement
  • Specialized legal and mandatory training areas
  • Identifying costs for training programs
  • Identifying resources for training

Who Should Attend

This seminar is intended for those who may deliver business and industrial training, including supervisors, technicians, and human resource personnel.

Training Consortium of South Central Kentucky

 
 Last Modified 7/22/13