In some organisations, the transfer of knowledge and experience is done between experienced workers and their peers. The experienced worker introduces their teammates to the techniques that they have been successfully practicing for years. However, in addition to the wisdom and skills you have acquired, a structured and proven method is also needed in order to ensure an effective transfer of knowledge.

EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION

Effectively pass on your knowledge and experience to your colleagues!

1 Day

Édifice Steel

4080, rue Wellington, bureau 300

Montréal (Québec) H4G 1V4

OBJECTIVES

  1. Prepare a task-based training activity

  2. Facilitate task-based training activities

  3. Identify the role and duties of the instructor

  4. Identify the factors that influence adult learning in the workplace

  5. Establish an atmosphere that encourages communication and learning

  6. Create learning assessment tools

  7. Effectively evaluate knowledge transfer

CONTENT

 1. TRAINING FUNDAMENTALS

  • Basic concepts

  • Identification of trainer duties

  • Success factors

  • Principles of adult learning

  • Learning obstacles

  • Behaviour and style self-assessment

2. LEARNING FACTORS AND ANDROGOGICAL PRINCIPLES 

  • Motivation

  • Attention

  • Structure

  • Perception

  • Retention

3. TRAINING PREPARATION

  • Presenting desired skills

  • Active and interactive training

  • Training program

  • Creating a training plan

  • Identify the benefits of using a learning plan

  • Logistical preparation

  • Mental preparation

  • Adjust training activities according to task

4. TRAINING STEPS

  • Introduction

  • Explanation

  • Demonstration

  • Practice

  • Observation and feedback

  • Summary

5. FACILITATION

  • Communication styles

  • Apply different communication styles

  • Learning retention

  • Note information

  • Adapt training

  • Body language

  • Body position: standing, sitting

  • Discussion on participant concerns

6. EVALUATION

  • Observe learning progress

  • Note problem indicators and solve them with the learner

  • Types of evaluations

  • Apply an evaluation process

  • Give feedback

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Any specialist in a specific field who wishes to transfer learning to individual colleagues or clients.

 

To maximize training efficiency, the number of participants is limited to 12 per group.

About the Trainers

Louis Fortin

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Michel Di-Lillo

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Jonathan Sullivan

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Anida Duda

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Need more information?

Édifice Steel
4080, rue Wellington, bureau 300
Montréal (Québec) H4G 1V4

514 284-2622

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1-877-688-0101

514 284-2625

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