One to One Instruction

Development of staff is normally achieved through formal training sessions, however it is sometimes better to provide support and direction at the precise moment it is required. Instruction and Coaching enables increased productivity and improved ability to be achieved in the workplace and provides an opportunity to give feedback and direction.

 

The effectiveness of training depends on the trainer's ability to transfer knowledge and understanding. The course identifies learning styles and their impact on training and the way adults learn and are motivated. The stages of instruction are explored and how to conduct 1 to 1 training and instructional techniques. The effectiveness of training is considered and how the actions affect departmental development.

 

This course will enable you to deliver business benefits through the use of proven coaching and instructional techniques

 

Who will the course benefit?

 

Anyone who needs the skills to coach, instruct and develop others on-the-job.

 

Course Objectives:

 

To provide the skills and techniques to coach and instruct others so that staff can carry out their work effectively.

 

Course Duration: 2 days

 

 

This course will enable delegates to:

 

  • To identify the skills and tasks involved in the coaching process
  • To create a coaching plan
  • To identify and practise the interpersonal skills needed in coaching
  • To promote self management
  • Learn to structure training events effectively
  • Identify the way adults learn
  • How to conduct one to one training sessions
  • Evaluate effectiveness

 

Full Course Description:

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