Training Delivery & Evaluation – QQI Level 6

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People are an organisation’s most valuable asset. Well trained people can massively leverage performance in your organisation through passing understanding, knowledge and skills on in a systematic, interesting, and consistently adult focused way.

This programme consists of 5 days of extensive insight, exploration, discussion and practice of the skills required to prepare, plan, and deliver training in business or the community. The programme will examine the theories that underpin best practice in all areas of training delivery, including how to effectively engage learners in the learning process and evaluate its effectiveness in the context of required learning outcomes. Learners will be invited to engage in a process of reflection and exploration of theoretical models introduced through designed experiential exercises and skills’ practice, which aim to give real learning of how these theories apply to their role as a trainer and the learning outcomes set. Core Trainer Competencies in the delivery and evaluation of training will be demonstrated, practiced and assessed.

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What's covered?

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This programme will be delivered in 5 days over a six week period.

As this programme is focused towards industry/community-based work settings, learners will have the opportunity to apply their classroom-based learning to real industry/community-based work settings. This will occur during the programme, in the intervening time between the Units, and post-Unit 2, to assist learners in developing their skills and completing necessary assessment requirements.  All potential learners are invited to engage with the tutor in a pre-course one-to-one discussion to establish their requirements and expectations and to determine the suitability of this course to meet their specific learning and development needs. The course structure will be as follows;

 

One to One pre-course initial contact with the learner

 

Pre-course learning via Moodle

 

Unit 1: Week 1     Training Days 1 & 2 (Hours: 8.30-6.00 per day)

Week 1 or 2          Online group tutorial session with the class                         1 hour

Week 2                Online learning (accessible via Moodle)                               30 minutes

Week 2 or 3          Tutor one-to-one session with the learner                             1 hour/learner

Unit 2: Week 4     Training Days 3 & 4 (Hours: 8.30-6.00 per day)

Week 5                Online based group tutorial session with the class                1 hour

Week 5                Online Learning (accessible via Moodle)                               30 minutes

Unit 3: Week 6     Training Day 5 (Hours: 8.30-6.00 per day)

Weeks 6 or 7        2 x Tutor one-to-one sessions with the learner                      2 x 1 hour

Course schedules will allow the learner the opportunity to research, reflect, practice skills and embed their learning, with further opportunity for discussion and reflection on shared learning on return to the group.  As indicated above, learners will also have separate one to one interaction with one of the facilitators to discuss and embed their personal learning journey.

Who should attend?

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The learner will be a full time practicing trainer or individual, in industry or community-based, who has a training requirement to their role and wishes to understand more about, and develop, their skills in the area of training delivery and evaluation.

The learner could also be a person who aspires to, or is wishing to, move into a trainer role and wants to explore and understand the theory underpinning best practice in this field while having an opportunity to put this into practice in a safe environment. It is understood that the learner will already have business/community specific competence for what their organisation requires.

Learners will typically have encountered challenges within their role as a trainer which they will be encouraged to explore and practice in light of theory introduced, and will have the opportunity to re-examine these through Skills’ Demonstration sessions. It is expected that learners will be currently (or imminently) training one-to-one, or groups of people in business/the community towards a specific set of learning objectives. Learners will be invited to self-assess their own Trainer competence through self-awareness processes such as self-assessment questionnaires, reflection, skills practice and feedback.

What will I learn?

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Participants achieve the following learning outcomes from the programme;

  • Outline the concepts and theories underlying the delivery and evaluation of training interventions
  • Explore the elements which impact on the effectiveness of a training session to include, the learning environment, the trainer, learning methodologies and the group dynamics of participants
  • Demonstrate an awareness of a range of issues to include equality, diversity and disability in the context of current legislation with regard to training provision
  • Appraise a range of evaluation models, approaches, tools and techniques used in the evaluation and monitoring of a training and development intervention
  • Deliver appropriate training content and materials using a range of training aids
  • Formulate appropriate evaluation tools, techniques and approaches for a training session to determine whether or not training needs were met and objectives fulfilled
  • Provide constructive feedback to participants in relation to training intervention
  • Apply a comprehensive range of specialised training delivery and evaluation skills in the delivery of an appropriate training intervention
  • Devise a training evaluation process to include the identification of key stakeholders, feedback from the trainee, challenges within the process and the conduct or methodology of the evaluation
  • Select from a range of evaluation tools, techniques and approaches for a training session to determine whether or not training needs were met and objectives fulfilled
  • Report on a training and development evaluation to include the identification of areas of success and of improvement opportunities.

Who are the tutors?

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What are the entry requirements?

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Level 5 Certificate, Leaving Certificate or equivalent qualifications and/or relevant life and work experiences.  For applicants whose first language is not English, SQT recommends a minimum English language competency of IELTS 5.5 (or equivalent) for successful completion of this programme. It is important to note that learners are not expected to have an IELTS or equivalent examination complete. Potential delegates are expected to self-assess their English language competency against the IELTS Band scores which can be found in this document.

How will I be assessed?

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Those delegates wishing to pursue QQI certification will be required to complete the following;

  1. Project - 40%
  2. Skills Demonstration - 40%
  3. Learner Record - 20%

Delegates who successfully complete the course and pass all 3 elements of the assessment, will receive QQI certification.

The assessment briefs will be given to the delegates during the course and final assessment must be submitted to SQT within 12 weeks of course commencement.

The grading of the QQI award is as follows:
Pass 50-64%
Merit 65-79%
Distinction 80-100%

 

How do we train and support you?

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Building on over 40 years combined experience in human resource learning and development, the tutors utilize an experiential learning approach to their programmes.  This methodology of learning provides an opportunity for learners to engage with, experience and apply the learning in a practical way and also provides the opportunity for learners to receive feedback on their newly applied skills.  The opportunity is also provided to learners to reflect on the full learning experience and how this might be of value to them in the achievement of their learning goals.

Learners will also be introduced to SQT’s Moodle platform to facilitate and enhance Learner communications and Tutor/Learner interactions.

The following are samples of resources and activities which may be accessible via Moodle:

  • Programme related documentation and links to further learning information
  • Custom designed learning objects

To assist and continue with skills development, we facilitate via email a post learning reflective practice utilising skills practice sessions recorded during the course. This assists delegates in embedding new learning, gives further support and enables them to define any further actions required.

Programme accreditation

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This course is QQI accredited at Level 6 on the National Framework of Qualifications. The course meets the requirements of Component Specification 6N3326, a QQI Minor Award.

Learners who successfully complete ‘Training Delivery and Evaluation’ (6N3326) and Training Needs Identification and Design (6N3325) will receive a QQI accredited special purpose award ‘Training and Development (6S3372).

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Accreditation

QQI (FET) Level 6 Minor Award (6N3326)

Level

6

Duration
5 training days
Course Times

8.30am - 6.00pm

Price
€750

+ €95 for QQI Certification Fees
(includes course documentation, lunch and refreshments)

Fact
77% of SQT learners assessed in March 2017 received Merits & Distinctions - 100% Pass rate
Delivery Mode
This programme is available In-House and on certain Public dates

What They SayWhat They Say

Maura and Gina were a genuine pleasure to deal with. Very respectful and patient. Often on assessment sheets like this it is easy to just tick a positive remark and be done, but in this case it is well earned

– Keith Kenny, QA Validation Supervisor, Forest Laboratories

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