During this course, you will consider whether defining the actual limits of each generation is most important, or whether the merits of people within the context of employment is the bigger issue. You will learn about the various types of generations and how human resource practices can bridge the gap.
To begin, you will explore the trainer’s role and what skills and competencies trainers should have. Then you will learn about the learning process and different learning styles, and apply that knowledge to designing programs and motivating learners. You will also learn ways to manage the stress of training, plan a workshop, and lead a training session. Then, you will learn techniques for dealing with difficult participants, evaluating learning, and conducting on-the-job follow-up. Alternative training methods, such as eLearning, co-facilitation, and team teaching will also be covered.