Holland Safety QQI -Training Delivery and Evaluation 6n3326- Level 6 (previously known as Train the Trainer FETAC-Level 6) is delivered through a variety of convenient options;
- it can be delivered at Holland Safety Training Centre,
- at your workplace premises
- or via Webinar.
This QQI Level 6 Training Course it is taught over 4 days and after successful completion participants will be awarded a QQI Level 6 Certificate in Training Delivery & Evaluation. This is a very practical programme, with a very high pass rate focusing on providing participants with the knowledge & skills necessary to deliver, assess and evaluate training in the workplace. This will be achieved by equipping the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence in Training Delivery and Evaluation. After successful completion of the course, the participant will gain the skills to plan, design, deliver, assess, and understand the training evaluation process. During the course, participants are given many opportunities to practice their training skills and receive individual feedback from the Trainer to develop their competence.
Who Should Attend
- Persons interested in developing a career in training.
- All those who are involved in training delivery and who want to become a certified Trainer.
- All those who are involved in training delivery and who want to develop their skills and confidence.
- Understand the differences between training and education. Participants will review theories of training, adult learning, and the approaches to evaluation.
- Understand the different skills, attributes and behaviours of an effective trainer looking at the learning environment, methodologies, and group dynamics.
- Know about aspects of equality, diversity, and disability legislation to recognise and implement support practices for all learners and to ensure inclusiveness.
- Identify the different levels of training evaluation available and know which to choose in the appropriate context.
- Develop the skills to competently review, analyse, choose, implement, and demonstrate the design and delivery of a training intervention.
- Demonstrate the stages involved in preparing for successful training delivery such as setting objectives, learner activity, learner materials and aids.
- Deliver an effective training programme, using the skills, behaviours, and practical application of the rules for delivering training.
- Possess the skills to provide effective feedback using an appropriate feedback model and can adjust the trainer style to adapt to the individual, allowing feedback in a constructive way led by the participant and their learning style.
- Design evaluation tools, techniques, and approaches to determine if training needs were met and any business objectives fulfilled.
- Conduct a training evaluation process and write an evaluation report showing evidence of planning, data collection, effects of training & cost analysis.
- Outline the concepts and theories underlying the delivery and evaluation of training interventions
- Examine issues that impact negatively on the effectiveness of training.
- Understanding current legislation and provision in equality, diversity, and individuals with disabilities.
- Appraise a range of evaluation models, approaches, tools, and techniques used in the evaluation and monitoring of a training and development intervention.
- Deliver appropriate training content and materials using a range of training aids.
- Develop evaluation tools for a training session to ascertain whether training needs were met, and learning objectives fulfilled.
- Provide constructive feedback to participants in relation to training intervention.
- Apply a comprehensive range of specialised training delivery and evaluation skills in the delivery of an appropriate training intervention
- Report on a training and development evaluation to include the identification of areas of success and of improvement opportunities.
Certification & Assessment
Project 40% - The assessor will brief you on the project, it will involve research of a topic and will have a process such as designing a task or practical activity. There will be an appropriate length of time assigned to the project completion.
Skills Demonstration 40%- A skills demonstration is used to assess a wide range of practical based learning outcomes including practical skills and knowledge.
Learner Record 20% - A learner record is the learner's self-reported and self-reflective record. The learner describes specific learning involvement, activities, responses, and skills acquired. It allows the learner opportunity to reflect which can add great benefit to the learning experience.
Upon successful completion of the course, delegates will be awarded an internationally recognised QQI Level 6 Certificate.
A QQI Level 6 (6N3326) award is worth 15 credits.
It can also be used as one of two components of the new QQI Training & Development Special Purpose Award (6S3372) see FAQ.
Career & Self Development
Achieving an internationally recognised award gives a wider scope of practice to the Trainer. It demonstrates competency to potential clients that the Trainer can deliver and evaluate training professionally and effectively. The Trainers curriculum vitae is enhanced with an excellent qualification accredited from the National Awarding Body.
Why is this course often called Train the Trainer?
When FETAC transitioned to become QQI the renowned Train the Trainer course was disbanded. Training needs within the workplace have evolved and this led to QQI replacing Train the Trainer with Training Delivery and Evaluation and Training Needs Identification and Design.
How is Training Needs Identification & Design different or used in addition to Training Delivery & Design?
The purpose of this award is to equip the learner in identifying training and development needs at an organisation and or individual level, to devise a training intervention and to explore the scope of training and development design to meet those needs. It too is QQI level 6 Minor Award, and together with Training Delivery & Design achieves Special Purpose Specification NFQ- Level 6. The Special Purpose Specification identifies the candidate as having a broad base of knowledge and skills to assess, design, intervene, specify, deliver, and evaluate all types of training.
Are both courses needed to Train?
No, you can train after doing either course. Completing both courses adds more scope to your knowledge, enhances your ability to see gaps in training and design courses to meet the needs of your client or employer.