Advarra 3000: Train the Trainer Online - August 2022

Content
5 modules

Rating

Instructor
Advarra University

Price
$2,100.00

Description

Advarra Train the Trainer will take place virtually in August 2022. 

This course is designed to help trainers develop software training curricula and hone their training delivery skills. The course will also provide you with a chance to collaborate with other members of the Onsemble community to discuss training successes and challenges.

Train the Trainer is a course about how to deliver training for Advarra technology solutions. The Advarra Technology Training Team will guide learners through best practices for curriculum development and training delivery. The course is not specific to one Advarra technology and open to anyone at Advarra’s technology solution customers.

There is no formal amount of time required as a trainer to be in this course.

Class Schedule:

  • Web session 1: August 8 10-1 CT
  • Web session 2: August 10 10-1 CT
  • Web session 3: August 15 10-1 CT
  • Web session 4: August 17 10-1 CT
  • Capstone Presentations: August 19

 

Objectives

This virtual course will teach strategies and best practices for creating an end user training program.  By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Understand adult learning principles and models (ex: ADDIE, Bloom's Taxonomy, Kolb Learning Cycles)
  • Identify the differences between whole-product training and end-user training
  • Build credibility and rapport with adult learners
  • Create a training matrix to define courses and target audiences
  • Create workflow-based training curriculum, targeted for various audiences
  • Develop end-user documentation
  • Maintain training documentation and curricula throughout a product lifecycle
  • Utilize resources (such as the Onsemble Community Forums and the Learning Portal) to create additional supplemental training materials for end users

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Advarra Completion Certificate (No Expire)

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Web Session 1: Training Foundations & Philosophy
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Web Session 2: Curriculum Development
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Web Session 3: Developing Content
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Web Session 4: Implementation vs. Optimization
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Capstone Presentations
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