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Training and Assessing Workbook - Powerpoint slides

Chapters

Delivering training

Training delivery methods

Delivering demonstrations

The six part cycle is illustrated in the diagram below.

Step 1 - decide the skill that needs to be developed by the supported employees

Step 2 - analyse the steps that are part of the skill

Step 3 - gather all of the equipment you need to demonstrate the skill

Step 4 - demonstrate the skill to the supported employees

Step 5 - supervise as the supported employees practise the skill

Step 6 - Check the supported employees’ skill development

This diagram shows the six part cycle diagram. Step 1 - decide the skill that needs to be developed by the supported employees. Step 2 - analyse the steps that are part of the skill. Step 3 - gather all of the equipment you need to demonstrate the skill. Step 4 - demonstrate the skill to the supported employees. Step 5 - supervise as the supported employees practise the skill. Step 6 - Check the supported employees’ skill development

Feedback

Feedback should be:

What are training tools?

Electronic training tools

Training and challenging behaviour

Schedule training for times when supported employees are receptive or ready to learn

Train individuals or groups?

Consider each training opportunity on its merits then decide if it will be:

One or more trainers?

Consider:

Cultural background and training delivery

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