The Workplace Trainer

This program uses experiential learning approach in order to enhance the retention of learning. Participants will be able to equip themselves with better on-the-job training and coaching skills, understand the role and responsibilities of a coach, provide proper feedback according to job performance, conduct proper on-the-job training techniques, understand how to evaluate the effectiveness of employees’ performance, create a proper climate for coaching and OJT training and post training evaluation.

Course Objectives: 
  • Explain the organization’s OJT policies and procedures
  • Explain the importance of OJT
  • Explain the appropriate and inappropriate uses of OJT
  • Explain key principles of adult learning and how they apply to planned OJT
  • Explain the importance of planning, conducting and evaluating OJT
  • Describe each step in the DAPPER/TSDR/4P Model
  • Describe the EDP Model
  • Demonstrate an OJT session using a model
Target Audience: 
CEO/COO
Manager
Project Manager
Site Supervisor
Course Methodology: 

Lectures, group work, role-plays, individual assignment and a 20 minutes presentation on a work place topic. 

Assessment: There will be work-base assignments for each of the first 4 modules, and one project paper of not more than 5000 words.

Trainer: 
Course Outlines: 

Day One(Module 1): Understanding The Training Cycle

  • Introduction to OJT
  • Ethics and the OJT trainer characterisctics
  • Systematic approach to a training model
  • Pre-evaluation of OJT in organization
  • Common problems in OJT
  • Definition of OJT
  • Planned and Unplanned OJT
  • OJT policies and procedures
  • Key principles of adult learning
  • How these principles apply to adult learning

Day Two(Module 2): Planning and Preparing Training Design

  • Differences in planning, conducting and evaluating OJT
  • Writing learning outcomes and standards in OJT
  • Preparing content and task breakdown in OJT
  • Methods of preparing planned OJT
  • Importance of sensitivity to diversity
  • Policies and procedures on sexual harassment
  • Overview of DAPPER model
  • How to use this model
  • Overview of EDP/TSDR and 4P Model
  • Design Practice

Day Three(Module 3): Instructing and Delivering OJT

  • Discovering needs for a planned OJT
  • Analyzing work, worker and workplace
  • Preparing planned OJT
  • Presenting planned OJT
  • Evaluating results
  • Reviewing aids to planned OJT
  • Review the DAPPER/EDP/TSDR and 4P Model
  • Learner’s role in OJT
  • Learner’s style in OJT
  • Structured role – plays

Day Four (Module4): Evaluation of OJT

  • Training Evaluation and Measuring Results
  • 4 levels of evaluation
  • Content v Process
  • CIPP model
  • Managing transfer of learning

Day Five (Module 5): Preparation by Individual

  • Design work
  • Method of instruction
  • Evaluation of trainee
  • Reflection of program
language: 
English

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