"• Learning doesn’t happen in a vacuum, it happens in the real-world, with real people, in real time. FKA’s learner-centric workshops gave me the most value for my time. They helped me take a passion "
Clint Clarkson, Manager, Learning & Process Improv Bison Transport
Are you doing one-on-one or one-on-a-few training in a real working environment? This program will help you develop effective skills to increase your performance with your learners. Based on the foundation developed for FKA's industry-standard 3-day Instructional Techniques workshop, this program is adapted to place those skills in the context of trainers who are delivering training in an on-the-job environment. You’ll practice new skills and explore the systematic learning process to empower your learners.
Who should attend:
Trainers, coaches, supervisors, subject matter experts (SME’s), skilled workers/performers, who are responsible for training others in the normal working environment
Training and line managers who are responsible for evaluating the quality of professional instructional staff
Instructors seeking certification: Trainer, CompTIA CTT+ Classroom Trainer, MCT or FKA’s Professional Instructor
Six Key Benefits:
Learn and receive feedback from the best instructors in the industry.
Small classes ensure you get individual attention and expert feedback.
Reference design and delivery checklists to ensure a structured, safe, on-the job training environment.
Observe and learn the ‘three-step’ job instruction process.
Develop your training and coaching skills by preparing and conducting three separate work environment topics or demonstrations.
Take home a comprehensive manual that supports effective adult learning during training and will be a valuable reference back on the job.
Define structured On-the-Job Training (OJT).
Determine when to use OJT.
Apply a checklist to the design and delivery of OJT.
Integrate the principles of adult learning into OJT.
Use trainee-centered instructional objectives.
Apply the Systematic Learning Process to OJT.
Deliver on-the–job training so trainees are motivated to learn.
Implement a variety of instructional methods.
Sequence content effectively.
Use instructional media effectively.
Use questions to ensure interactive instruction.
Test for understanding using questioning techniques.
Respond to questions using four different methods.
Give and receive constructive feedback.
Identify instructional strategies to handle difficult on-the job training situations.
Improve delivery skills through practice presentations and feedback.
Plan continued self-development as an OJT instructor.
ibstpi Instructor Competencies
OJT Decision Table
Role of the OJT Trainer/Coach
OJT Design and Delivery Checklist
Adult Learning Principles
Objectives and Assessments
Systematic Learning Process
Organizing and Sequencing Information
Initial and Ongoing Motivation
Test for Understanding
Handling Difficult On-the Job Training Situations
Applying What You Learn
Individual practice lessons each day
OJT Decision Table
Checklist for Designing and Delivering Demonstrations
Replace classroom with Training Area Classroom Layouts
Interpreting Non-Verbal Behavior
Voice and Language
Media / Training Aids
Guidelines for Using Media Effectively
Free one-year consultation service if you have questions after the workshop ends.
• Available in 1 to 3 day formats. Call 1-800-FKA-5585 to schedule this on-site workshop