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The Workplace Trainer Program

A Category 1 Trainer is often a person who is on site and undertakes training on a one-to-one basis, usually within the area of hands- on skills.

In many cases this person is a Supervisor, Team Leader or experienced operator. The training function is not normally a major part of their job.

 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

This program is designed to meet National Competency Standards for Workplace Trainers (Category 1).

It is equally applicable to trainers in industry or the public sector. It focuses on training for hands-on skills (psycho-motor domain) rather than training for underpinning knowledge (cognitive domain).

Our course is set in the framework of Competency based systems.

The program involves an off-the job course but integrates this with on-the job application.

Participants are expected to apply the learning into their real world.

Whenever possible the course is held with actual worksite practice and assessment on a fourth day.

When this is not possible simulated practices are undertaken and participants are expected to practice training in their workplace and, when they feel ready for assessment, carry out an assigned project and submit this for assessment.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO LEARN ABOUT:
ON-THE-JOB TRAINING?

The importance of people being able to actually perform to the standards expected in the workplace is becoming increasingly recognised in "Competency Based" systems.

Who better to help the workers learn than those who are experienced in the job themselves?

However, the skills that are needed to be able to train effectively are not necessarily the same ones that are required to be a competent operator. Therefore, the on-the job trainer needs to understand and use effective training techniques and ensure that the learner is getting the most appropriate help.

PROGRAM CONTENT
The role of the trainer
Identifying the training need
Defining the task
Planning the training
Writing the training objective
Devising the test
Structuring the training session
Helping learners to learn
Conducting the training
Keeping records


BENEFITS

  • A NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATION
  • GREATER OWNERSHIP BY STAFF IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WORKFORCE
  • A MORE COMPETENT WORKFORCE

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