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Active Training: A Handbook of Techniques, Designs, Case Examples, and Tips

Active Training: A Handbook of Techniques, Designs, Case Examples, and Tips

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Both in a classroom setting and in self-paced e-learning modes, it's not what you tell (and show) the learner that counts. What counts is what they take away. For learners to retain and intelligently use what has been presented, they must ask questions, discuss, apply, and perhaps even teach the material. This book is a comprehensive guide to the entire gamut of competencies that training professionals require to foster learning that is active.
This book provides numerous techniques, designs, case examples, and tips for designing and facilitating training that is participant-centered, brain-friendly, and experiential. If you are a student or someone new to the training profession, you will receive a comprehensive understanding of every aspect of training, including assessment, program planning, course delivery, back-on-the-job application, and evaluation. If you are an experienced training professional, you will be able to use this book as a one-stop resource for ideas you can use to promote deep learning and change.
This book is organized into four parts. Part One defines and contains a rationale for an active approach to training. Part Two considers all the steps, from the opening to the closing elements, needed to create an instructional design for an active training program, course, or workshop. Part Three covers every aspect of training delivery, including climate setting, enlisting participation, managing participant behavior, and staging experiential activities. Part Four examines how to extend the value of training through follow-up activity and evaluation.
3-rd edition.