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The Training Series - 2: The Learner and Training Design

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calendar 12 November

clock 8.30am until 12.30pm

location Online Course (Live Session)

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For training to be effective the learner needs to be engaged. Learner engagement goes deeper than employee engagement. Adult learners have life experiences that they want incorporated into their learning and are more interested in the specifics of a topic. Understanding this complex mix of motivations and expectations leads us to a more effective design of training. During this session we will describe principles of adult learning and learn to incorporate learning styles into training design. More focus will be invested into programme development keeping in mind competency-based learning and aligning the training needs and organizational goals.

Aims and Objectives:

The participant will learn:

  • The principles of adult learning and the application to training

  • About learning as a change in behaviour or as a cognitive process

  • To develop structured training content to accomplish learning objectives

Target Audience:

HR practitioners; Learning/Training and Development Practitioners/ Vocational educators who are new to structured learning or who are interested in refreshing their skills.

Leaders who are keen in developing their teams to achieve business goals

About the Speaker

The trainer is an experienced HR practitioner with 25 years’ experience spanning various industries including pharmaceutical, hospitality, manufacturing and retail. She holds an MSc in Occupational Psychology, a teacher’s warrant and is a certified trainer.

Christine has worked with organisations both as a freelancer and also as part of senior management teams. She has extensive experience in developing and leading the HR function in large corporate international companies as Head HR.