Basic Instructor Training Course NavigationWelcome to the Basic Instructor Training Course!

The basic instructor training course has been carefully developed to teach those wishing to enter into an adult training environment, the basic teaching skills necessary to become an instructor/trainer.

Learning the basic fundamental teaching skills is the first step in building a successful career as an instructor. The course focuses on teaching and helping you develop those basic skills and knowledge expected of an instructor.

Basic Instructor Training Course Objectives!

The basic instructor training course has been designed to provide those attending with the basic teaching skills needed to function as a basic entry level instructor. The course will also provide those attending a thorough overview of the current methods and theories of training developments and instructional techniques used in business and industry.

Who should attend? All those wish to enter into the world of training of personnel at all levels of the business, both in formal and informal situations.

Objectives: At the end of this course the attendees will have a working knowledge of the basic requirements to:

  • Plan, develop, and write training objectives.
  • Develop and write lesson plans.
  • Develop training aids.
  • Build and maintain good presentation skills.
  • Define evaluation and testing methods.

The course of instruction will be an instructor-led presentation, with learner’s involvement and participation being the key method of learning used throughout the training session.

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