Setting Training Objectives

Setting Training Objectives - performance discrepancies Job...

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Setting Training Objectives Training or Instructional Objectives are a description of a performance you want learners to be able to exhibit before you consider them as competent Objectives specify what the trainee should be able to accomplish after successfully completing the training Objectives provide a focus for both the trainee and the trainer’s efforts and a benchmark for evaluating the success of the training program Providing opportunities for active practice improves motivation and learning Feedback includes periodic performance assessments and frequent verbal critiques Tools for Uncovering a Job’s Training Needs Job Descriptions: outline the job’s typical duties and responsibilities -> Helps define
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Unformatted text preview: performance discrepancies Job Specifications or Task Analysis: list specified tasks requires for each job Performance Standards: objectives of the tasks of job, and standards by which they are judged Perform the Job: most effective way of identifying a jobs specific tasks Observe Job-Work Sampling Review Literature Concerning the Job Ask Questions About the Job: inputs from several viewpoints can often reveal training needs or training desires Training Committees or Conferences Analysis of Operating Problems: Indications of task interferences, environmental factors, etc....
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