Certified International Professional Trainer (CIPT)
Who is the course for?
This training program is intended to equip the prospective trainer with the essential understanding of the conceptual background of the process of training in general and Training of Trainers (ToT) in particular. The training addresses the various phases of the training cycle starting with the needs assessment and ending with post evaluation.
Who is the course for?
Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
- Understand the training cycle
- Understand the diverse learning styles
- Plan for a training course
- Utilize proper resources for training content
- Recognize the training styles to plan for diversified training sessions
- Design training activities as means to transfer knowledge
- The assumption underlying major learning theories
- Some of the preferred ways people learn
- How adults learn differently from children
- What motivates people to learn
- How to use theories and models in training and development
- Maximize the learning outcome of participants at training courses
- Discuss how adults learn and how to enrich their learning environment
- The meaning of systems, performance, needs, assessment, and training
- The relationships between performance and training needs assessment
- Basic steps in conducting a needs assessment.
- Identify techniques for gathering data
- Describe methods for conducting observations
- Demonstrate methods for conducting interviews
- Choose appropriate methods for conducting surveys
- Explain instrument development and validation
- Describe techniques of test construction
- Plan approaches to creating experimental research designs
- Describe ways to use objectives to improve learning
- Write measurable learning objectives
- Classify learning objectives
- Appreciate the importance of communicating expectations to students
- Differences between program development and instructional design
- Specific approaches and issues
- Key steps in the instructional design process
- Ways of accommodating adult learners
- Theories and concepts of active learning
- Describe two major motivational theories and the implications of these theories for training.
- Advantages and disadvantages of the most common training methods
- Demonstrate several different training methods designed to familiarize attendees with the Decision-Making Process
- Explain how adult learning principles can be drivers for mediated instruction
- Discuss the role of books and journals and manuals in mediated instruction of all types
- Develop strategies for delivering mediated instruction
- Suggest ways that mediated instruction outcomes can be evaluated
- Define Distance Learning
- Describe a variety of technologies that can support synchronous distance learning
- Depict situations where distance learning is the method of choice
- Apply the Kirkpatrick Model to their training programs
- Explain the four levels of evaluation
- Describe the measurement tools & benefits of evaluation at each level of Kirkpatrick
- Determine appropriate evaluation methods for their training programs
- Using the Kirkpatrick model, determine how to measure learning including using tests, demonstrations, questions and answers, group work, reflection, etc.
I participated In the CIPT training with Ritaj and I found the training to be comprehensive and detailed, It was directed at my level as an experienced trainer. The trainer, Nisreen, was excellent and could answer all questions asked and delivered the course in an interesting format. I do appreciate the amount of details covered and I feel more confident on how I can apply everything to real life situations and my job. The course coordination was very flexible and I felt like it was a partnership relation rather than a client – service provider relation. I am looking forward for more capacity building investment opportunities with RITAJ, either for myself or for my colleagues in Right To Play organization.
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