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Training the Trainer Courses , Online Courses For Trainers
13 March 2020
Training means more than just telling (or yelling) at people about what they need to do to perform their jobs. It should be planned more systematically than just asking new hires to follow more experienced workers around. In fact, many approaches have been created over the year to guide effective training-including the so-called Instructional Systems Design (ISD) model, the Successive Approximation Model (SAM), and many others. This session will describe those approaches as well as newer approaches such as Action Learning (AL).
How is training defined? How does it differ from education or development? How can training be designed efficiently and effectively? Why can effective training slash the unproductive breaking-in period of new hires, keep workers' skills current at a time of rapid change, and prepare people for more responsibility? This webinar will address these important questions.
Dr.William J. Rothwell, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CPLP Fellow is a Professor of Learning and Performance in the Workforce Education and Development program, Department of Learning and Performance Systems, at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park campus. He is also President of his own consulting firms-Rothwell & Associates, Inc. and Rothwell & Associates, LLC. At Penn State University he heads up a top-ranked graduate program in organization development/change. He has authored, co-authored, edited, or co-edited 300 books, book chapters, and articles-including 111 books. Before arriving at Penn State in 1993, he had nearly 20 years of work experience as a Training Director and HR professional in government and in a multinational business.