The purpose of this award is to enable the learner to acquire the knowledge, skill and competence to identify training and development needs and to deliver and evaluate a training intervention within a range of training and development contexts.
- Compare and contrast various concepts relating to training and education.
- Demonstrate an understanding of group dynamics in the context of training and development.
- Understand a number of psychological theories of learning.
- Distinguish between andragogy and pedagogy.
- Show an understanding of what motivates the adult learner.
- Plan, undertake and evaluate a training needs analysis.
- Distinguish between teaching, training and facilitation.
- Set clear and achievable objectives for a training course.
- Deliver a presentation in a professional manner.
- Demonstrate the communication skills needed to deliver a training programme. i.e. listening, responding, managing the group process, awareness of body language etc.
- Evaluate a training session based on written and oral feedback.
Unit 1 – Theory of Training and Adult Learners
Unit 2 – The Role of the Trainer
Unit 3 – Training Needs Analysis and Programme Design
Unit 4 – Preparing for Training Delivery
Unit 5 – Delivery and Assessment
Unit 6 – Evaluation of Training Delivery
Unit 7 – Internal and External Environmental Factors Influencing Training and Development
Unit 8 – Examine the impact of organisation strategy, policy, vision, and mission on training and development
Unit 9 – The benefits of training needs analysis at an organisation and or individual level and the range of approaches to training needs analysis
Unit 10 – The stages in conducting a training needs analysis and evaluating a range of performance management approaches in the context of identifying training and development needs
Unit 11 – Conducting a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) to identify training and development needs for an organisation and/or an individual
Unit 12 – Assessing a range of Instructional System Design (ISD) models
Unit 13 – Applying a comprehensive range of specialised skills and tools in identifying the barriers to training and attitudes to training in an organisation
Unit 14 – Designing a training intervention, that incorporates a range of design factors to include trainees, adult learning theories, motivation theories, objectives, exercises, training methods, learning aids, location, and facilities
Unit 15 – Developing appropriate training content and materials using a range of learning aids to include web-based facilities, software, flip charts, and handouts
Unit 16 – Devising a training plan based on prioritised training needs to include a cost-benefit analysis
QQI Level 6 Training Delivery and Evaluation [6N3326]
QQI Level 6 Training Needs Identification and Design [6N3325]
The minimum age is 17 Years. All learners must have a good standard of English.