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Training & Learning [7 Course Bundle]

Training & Learning [7 Course Bundle]

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Training and learning are two different yet interconnected parts of the employee development process. Training uses various methods to provide knowledge and information to employees who seek it. Learning is the series of activities that employees engage in to take that information in, understand it, and apply it. It takes both training and learning for new knowledge to change actions and make employees more effective and efficient in their work. Training is only successful with learning.

Seven (7) courses in total, twelve (12) modules per course. Courses included:

Adult Learning - Mental Skills, Adult Learning - Physical Skills, Creating a Great Webinar, Facilitation Skills, Measuring Results from Training, mLearning, Social Learning

Course Outline

Adult Learning - Mental Skills

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Module Three: Knowledge
  • Module Four: Comprehension
  • Module Five: Application
  • Module Six: Analysis
  • Module Seven: Synthesis
  • Module Eight: Evaluation
  • Module Nine: Updated Version
  • Module Ten: Types of Knowledge
  • Module Eleven: Training
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Adult Learning - Physical Skills

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Module Three: Observation
  • Module Four: Imitation
  • Module Five: Manipulation
  • Module Six: Precision
  • Module Seven: Articulation
  • Module Eight: Naturalization
  • Module Nine: Versions of Psychomotor Domain
  • Module Ten: Psychomotor Measurements
  • Module Eleven: Skills to Consider when Planning
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Creating a Great Webinar

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: What Can a Webinar Do?
  • Module Three: Successful Webinar Criteria
  • Module Four: Find the Right Format
  • Module Five: Marketing and Social Media
  • Module Six: Drive Up Registration
  • Module Seven: Leading up to Your Webinar
  • Module Eight: Presentation Tips
  • Module Nine: Interacting With Your Audience
  • Module Ten: Mistakes To Avoid
  • Module Eleven: Post Event
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Facilitation Skills

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Understanding Facilitation
  • Module Three: Process vs. Content
  • Module Four: Laying the Groundwork
  • Module Five: Tuckman and Jensen's Model of Team Development
  • Module Six: Building Consensus
  • Module Seven: Reaching a Decision Point
  • Module Eight: Dealing with Difficult People
  • Module Nine: Addressing Group Dysfunction
  • Module Ten: About Intervention
  • Module Eleven: Intervention Techniques
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Measuring Results from Training

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Kolb’s Learning Styles
  • Module Three: Kirkpatrick’s Levels of Evaluation
  • Module Four: Types of Measurement Tools
  • Module Five: Focusing the Training
  • Module Six: Creating an Evaluation Plan
  • Module Seven: Assessing Learning before Training
  • Module Eight: Assessing Learning during Training
  • Module Nine: Assessing Learning after Training
  • Module Ten: The Long Term View
  • Module Eleven: Calculating the Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

mLearning

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: What is mLearning?
  • Module Three: Common mLearning Devices
  • Module Four: Ancillary Equipment in mLearning
  • Module Five: mLearning vs. eLearning
  • Module Six: Four C’s of mLearning
  • Module Seven: Aspects of mLearning
  • Module Eight: Challenges of mLearning
  • Module Nine: Benefits of mLearning
  • Module Ten: Getting mLearning Started
  • Module Eleven: Employee Training
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Social Learning

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Setting the Right Group Dynamic (I)
  • Module Three: Setting the Right Group Dynamic (II)
  • Module Four: Develop a Social Learning Culture at Work (I)
  • Module Five: Develop a Social Learning Culture at Work (II)
  • Module Six: Develop a Social Learning Culture at Work (III)
  • Module Seven: Role Playing (I)
  • Module Eight: Role Playing (II)
  • Module Nine: Utilizing the Right Tools (I)
  • Module Ten: Utilizing the Right Tools (II)
  • Module Eleven: Modeling and Observational Learning
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up