Training sessions with impact
Venue: BPS Offices, Tabernacle Street, London
Date: Monday 4th March 2013
Poor teaching & training is neither ethical or professional. The underpinning philosophy of this workshop is to improve the effectiveness of teaching and training in both academic and applied psychology. This workshop is geared to different groups depending on the sort of teaching or training they do and how experienced they are.
This workshop is geared to different groups depending on the sort of teaching or training they do and how experienced they are.
For lecturers this workshop can help them appreciate the importance of active learning and how to engage learners so that any teaching session has real impact.
For applied psychologists training others in their field this workshop can support them in developing the skills and abilities of their trainees so that they learn independently outside of the classroom.
For managers, this workshop can support managers in assessing the quality of training and how to use feedback and training plans to improve quality.
Delegates will be asked to provide a description of the type of training environment they work in, how they assess learning outcomes and any particular issues that affect their teaching.
Lecturers, academic and applied psychologists training others, trainers and managers.
Learning outcomes and objectives
Participants will be able to:
• identify the elements of an effective training session
• appreciate the importance of active participation and engagement in learning
• experience some strategies for involving learners that they could adapt for their own practice
• understand the role of the trainer in supporting different types of learners
• develop their confidence in planning training programmes and assessing the quality of training
Facilitator: Julia Pollock MBPsS
If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224506.
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