Course id: LT
Duration: 3 Days
This program provides new trainers and experienced trainers with the optimal Kolb’s theory in learners’ styles, Bloom’s theory in writing the cognitive, values and skills objectives, Accelerated Learning to make learning more fun, adult learning principles and the seven-step theory in learning. All of this increase your training expertise and raise your professional training level.
This program is directed at trainers, instructors, facilitators, and those who attended previously a course of train of trainers and who want to develop their training skills and enhance them through the application of the most used learning theories.
- Analyze his learning style according to Kolb.
- Modify his learning style when necessary.
- Show the essential capabilities of each learning style.
- Strengthen the learning styles’ skills.
- Distinguish between Bloom’s taxonomy and others.
- Use Bloom’s taxonomy in the cognitive domain.
- Use Bloom’s taxonomy in the emotional domain.
- Use Bloom’s taxonomy in the psychomotor domain.
- Use Bloom’s taxonomy in the multiple-choice test questions.
- Distinguish between the obstacles and limits of the current educational practices, and how to deal with them.
- List the seven fundamental principles of Accelerated Learning.
- Make learning more humane and more convenient for the human being.
- Bring fun, pleasure and creativity to learning, and quickly.
- Use the four phases of the Accelerated Learning cycle.
- Apply the adult learning principles.
- Increase the content application to the maximum extent possible.
- Employ the review and summarization technique while delivering the course.
- Enhance the ability to effectively apply new skills in work.
- Manage the training time effectively and efficiently.
- Deliver purposeful feedback.
- Motivate learners.
- Attract the learners’ attention using McClelland's theory.
- Write the training objective.
- Provide the learner’s benefits.
- Display the course’s content.
- Provide exercises.
- Ensure good practice for the learner.
- Deliver feedback for learners.
- Provide summaries and reviews.
Kolb’s Learning Styles
Interpreting your learning style and understanding your movement during the learning cycle.
Determining your preferred learning style.
Benefitting from Lewin, Bayjit and Guilford.
Distinguishing among the essential capabilities of each learning style.
Strengthening and developing your own learning styles’ skills.
The essential types of learning styles: Diverging, Assimilating, Converging and Accommodating.
How this helps you in solving your problems, working within a team and settling disputes.
How this helps in communicating at work and at home, and in choosing the professions.
How is Bloom’s model developed?
Distinguishing among Bloom’s taxonomy.
Using Bloom’s taxonomy in the cognitive domain.
Applying Bloom’s taxonomy in the affective domain.
Using Bloom’s taxonomy in the psychomotor domain.
“Dave’s” taxonomy in the psychomotor domain.
“Simpson’s” taxonomy in the psychomotor domain.
“Harrow’s” taxonomy in the psychomotor domain.
Bloom’s taxonomy and multiple-choice test questions.
Accelerated Learning: the most recent and developed technique in the training and learning world today.
The obstacles of current educational practices and their limits and how to deal with them.
The seven essential principles of Accelerated Learning.
Transforming the learner from a passive knowledge consumer to an active knowledge consumer.
Make learning more humane and more convenient for the human being.
Bringing fun, pleasure and creativity to learning, and quickly.
The four phases of the Accelerated Learning cycle.
Guidelines to achieving institutional success using Accelerated Learning.
Techniques to ensure the stability of learning and its transition to application.
Applying the adult learning principles.
Increasing the content application to the maximum extent possible.
Encouraging learners to participate at work and be engaged in it.
Employing the review and summarization technique while delivering the course.
Enhancing the ability to effectively apply new skills to work.
Adding pleasure and thrill to work.
Devoting cohesion between the members of the group.
Managing the training time effectively and efficiently.
Delivering purposeful feedback.
Managing the group dynamics.
Paying attention to individual needs.
Enhancing healthy competition.
Increasing the attention span.
ILLAFTrain Learning Cycle
Learning strategy composed of seven steps.
Attracting the learners’ attention using McClelland's theory.
What you need to know about learning objectives.
Techniques to provide the learner’s benefits.
A simple technique to determine the course’s content.
More than thirty presentation techniques.
More than twenty exercising techniques.
How to deliver feedback to learners.
Guidelines for providing summaries and reviews.