The Scandinavian Academy adopts modern methods of training and development and raising the efficiency of human resource development, and we follow in that:
Theoretical lectures through PowerPoint presentations and visual presentations (videos - and short films)
Scientific evaluation of the trainee (pre-evaluation and post-evaluation)
Brainstorming and application and representation of roles
Practical cases that suit the scientific material and the nature of the trainees' work
Tests at the end of the course
The participant gets the scientific and practical material for the training program printed on paper and saved on CD or flash memory
Attendance reports for participants and final results reports with a general evaluation of the program
The scientific material for the training program is prepared in a scientific and professional manner, and this is done by the best professors and trainers in various fields and all specialties
At the end of the program, the trainee is awarded a professional attendance certificate (signed and certified) issued by the Scandinavian Academy for Training and Development in the Kingdom of Sweden (with the possibility of attestation from the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the trainee's embassy in the Kingdom of Sweden)
Training program times are from ten o'clock in the morning until two o'clock in the afternoon, and the program includes a snack buffet during the lectures
Training Co-ordinators play a vital role in ensuring any training actually solves the performance gap or need, this conference equips you with the appropriate tools and techniques to manage these issues.
In this conference you will study:
How to develop the Training Coordinators competence
How to influence management allowing new skills to be practiced
The changing needs of business and illustrating/demonstrating results.
The most appropriate learning styles for individuals
Training needs analysis, design, validation and evaluation techniques.
The training and development cycle
Analyse how Training & Development contribution to business performance
Reposition Training & Development by adopting a measured approach
Examine administration systems and techniques
Develop a profile for the Training Coordinator role
Apply a new 4 quadrant analysis model for individual performance issues
Be able to apply the 10 steps in the training cycle
Consider action planning for your return to work including training requirements
The conference will be delivered in an interactive style, using group discussions, and programme material, encouraging active participation, exercises, real life case studies and questionnaires. There will also be the opportunity to discuss individual issues on a one to one basis with the Programme Leader if necessary.
The conference is designed to provide the essential skills and knowledge to perform the role of a Training Coordinator competently. The programme also provides the tools and techniques to achieve success analysing the benefits to the organisation. Then moves on to consider how to construct complex training solutions using a flexible approach
Designing Training & Development to support Business Needs
Introduction, programmes objectives and ways of working
Change in organisations, including case studies.
Positioning Training & Development to ensure delivering strategic success
Aligning Training & Development activities to the business needs
Training & Development activities and organisational success including case studies
Clarifying/developing the role of a Training Coordinator
The skills and attributes of a Training Coordinator – exercise
How do people learn? When making training decisions – exercise
Accounting for individuals’ learning styles – questionnaire and exercise
Resources planning – medium and long term requirements
Managing change – managing your own training and development needs
Training Needs Analysis (Corporate vs. Individual needs)
The relationship between T & D and company performance
At the Corporate level – including case study
Departmental and section training needs
Team development including Planning (TDP)
Personal Development Plans, manpower/ talent management
Examination of Validation and Evaluation Techniques
Delivering effective structured programmes.
Application of the 10 step training model using a case study
The use of Validation Techniques and Methodologies
How to construct an Evaluation Survey and using learning
How to present results to best effect – evaluation in action.
Budgets and back to work planning
Understand the Training and Development budget planning process.
Generating Individual action plans, and agreeing priorities
Review and programme recap
Final review, presentation of certificates and awarding of CPE points
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