- HR Expertise
- Critical Evaluation
On-the-job training isn’t easy. Approaches such as “Here, watch me” and “Just figure it out as you go” can leave new employees feeling lost and create a training culture of “anything goes.” This class provides on-the-job trainers with the tools and resources they need to create and deliver a systematic, organized and comprehensive approach to the creation of procedural manuals used in training one-on-one. The approach, once adopted will allow:
- A quick way to update materials
- The ability to uniformly train people to independently do a job
- The tracking of certifications and learning progress
Those organizations looking for training programs that meet ISO requirements, as well as compliance with other regulatory agencies, will want this training.
Note: Participants will deliver a 15-minute training module on the third day of class. Participants may find it helpful to prepare their module in advance, although additional evening preparation will be required to incorporate class information. Wherever possible, the participants will be encouraged to adapt existing training materials to the class content. Participants will receive a copy of their individual presentation for back-at-work viewing.
- Principles of adult learning
- Needs analysis
- Outlining targeted jobs
- Writing training procedures
- Sequencing of training
- Practice presentation
- Developing training plans and records
- Implementing a training program
- Evaluate training programs
- Maintaining the training system
Who Should Attend
Any individual responsible for the design and delivery of technical or one-on-one training. Class size is limited to 10, and participants must be able to attend all three days.
Employers Council staff