Delivery Method - Blended (Classroom and Online)
Blended learning is the integration of digital tools, techniques and materials with the physical classroom. In a blended course, students may view lectures, access readings, ask questions, and complete assignments online in virtual learning environments (VLE) like Moodle and through online classrooms such as Zoom, freeing up in-person class periods for discussions, activities and traditional lectures. Other terms, such as mixed, hybrid, or integrative learning, all describe the same method of teaching. Access to a Tablet or Computer with a broadband connection is required.
Important Notice: The approach to delivery may have to be adjusted at short notice depending on advice from the Government.
Course Name Training Delivery and Evaluation 6N3326
Award Certificate in Training Delivery and Evaluation (6N3326)
Awarded by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) (a credit of 15 applies)
Assessment this course is assessed through completion of a Project 40%, Skills Demonstration 40% and a Learner Journal 20%.
This Train the Trainer course is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge to design, deliver and evaluate effective training programmes.
On completing the course you will be able to:
Theories of adult learning
Create training that works with different learning styles
Training needs and programme design
Preparing for training delivery
Training delivery skills and practice
those wishing to become a Certified Trainer to deliver training for National Training Organisations i.e. ETB’s, Solas or to pursue a Training Role in Industry.
Participants have the option of continuing their professional qualification in term two to gain an Advanced Certificate in Training and Development (6S3327)
To complete this award participant must complete a second module: TRAINING NEEDS IDENTIFICATION AND DESIGN 6N3325
Training and Development Specialist with over 20 years teaching experience in Adult and Community Education. As a Business Trainer Joan delivers training to a broad range of organisations including Public, Private and Voluntary Sector. Joan holds a Higher Diploma in HRM from the University of Limerick and a BA Degree in Management. She is a high-energy training professional with a wealth of multi-business experience. Learners have described her approach as both professional and engaging, coupled with the desire to encourage them to participate with practical and personal contributions.
Note Participants have the option of continuing their professional qualification to gain an Advanced Certificate in Training and Development (6S3327). To complete this award participant must complete a second module: Training Needs Identification and Design scheduled to run in Term 3 Jan 2020.
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Every FET certificate and component specification includes an FET credit value. FET credit is quantified in multiples of 5 FET credits (up to 50 hours of learner effort). Learner effort is based on the time taken by typical learners at the level of the award to achieve the learning outcomes for the award. It includes all learning time involved including: guided learning hours, self-directed learning and assessment.
Project support is available to students from their tutor.