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Six steps to create a training tool!. First Step: NEED ANALYSIS. How do you determine what the participants/ local community needs?. Need Analysis focuses on the specific elements you want to identify. Identifies knowledge based solution Identifies skills based solution

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First Step:

NEED ANALYSIS

How do you determine what the participants/ local community needs?

  • Need Analysis focuses on the specific elements you want to identify.
  • Identifies knowledge based solution
  • Identifies skills based solution
  • Identifies operational objectives of the training activity.
  • Identifies the target group
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Second Step:

SET THE OBJECTIVES

  • Objectives are the guidance for implementing a training activity
  • Sets the targets
  • They are the milestones you can reach
  • Set the ways to identify the success of your activity
  • Sets the timeline to achieve the objectives
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Third Step:

DEVELOP TRAINING TOOLS

  • Identify the type of the tool you would like to develop

TYPES:

  • Exercise
  • Simulation exercise
  • Boardgame
  • Presentation
  • Discussion stimulator
  • Soft activity (energizer, group division, ice breaker etc).
  • All aspects of the training materials must focus on the needs of the learners.
  • Include debriefing sections
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TIPS:

  • Creativity is your friend
  • Don’t be afraid to get inspired by:
    • Popular stories
      • Fairy tales
      • Movies
      • Cartoons
    • Popular Activities
      • Cooking
      • Sports
      • Theatre
    • Famous People
      • Their life
      • Something they’ve achieved
      • Things they’ve said
  • Try to create something interactive
  • A bit of humor or pleasant activity is always attracting the attention of the learners.
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Important details:

  • Decide the duration of the activity dividing it to:
    • Introduction, explanation, questions
    • Main activity
    • Debriefing, evaluation, comments
    • Time to change rooms, moving (if necessary)
  • Write down or give print outs for the
  • instructions.
  • Prepare all material needed (and have some
  • extra just in case)
  • Don’t give the participants more or less
  • material
  • Experiment/ test the tool
  • Form an assessment policy
  • Form an evaluation policy
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Fourth Step:

IMPLEMENTING THE TRAINING ACTIVITY

  • Create a comfortable learning environment
  • Set up the training area with the appropriate materials
  • Check your technical equipment (if needed)
  • Be always there before (to receive participants) and during (to assist, advise, time keeping etc)
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Fifth Step:

BE PREPARED FOR CHANGES

  • Changes can appear for several reasons
  • Try to “read” the participants
  • Assess and evaluate
  • Have a plan B’
  • In case of failure of the tool, think fast and change it. If not possible discuss it with the participants. Don’t go to the next activity without the closure
  • Don’t forget that in non formal education, even failures can be transformed to learning activities
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Sixth Step:

Conclusion / Evaluation

  • Revisit the training objectives
  • Check if all previous steps were working properly
  • Seek to understand the reactions of the participants. Assess and evaluate
  • Change something if necessary for the next time
  • Ask for recommendations, advice, tips
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THANK YOU!!!

This presentation was created for the needs of the training course:

Formal Education Meets Non Formal Learning

The competence based approach

3-11 November 2012

Kalamata, Greece

Created by: Filaretos Vourkos