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Competency

Based Training

Certified Train the Trainer

Facilitator:
Haji Tajodin bin Sanusi
Master Trainer, DMFK Inspirations
Certified Professional Trainer, Malaysian Institute of Management
Certificate in Training & Assessment (Australia)
INTRODUCTION

Behind every spectacular training session is a lot of preparation and meticulous attention to detail.
The truly skilled trainer can make a program exciting. The learners will have fun while they are
learning. The facilitator has been able to involve their emotions as well as their minds. You will see
the involvement, and you will feel the energy.
To reach this stage as an adult educator isn’t always easy, but success isn’t just for the naturally
gifted. It is possible for all of us who put effort into our personal growth and development, because
we want the enormous satisfaction that comes from working with others to help them reach their
potential as human beings. This three-day workshop is your start to that goal.

TERMINAL OBJECTIVES
After this course participants are expected to become:
i) Individuals who are competent in designing and delivering Competency-Based Training
programme.
ii) Confident, creative, innovative, systematic, charismatic and energetic individuals who
are able to conduct successful training programmes.

SESSION OBJECTIVES
At the end of this 5-day course, participants should be able to do the following:
1) Itemize, enumerate and explain the various characteristics of adult learning principles as
per research by Kolb as well as Honey & Mumford.
2) Identify various methods of doing Training Needs Analysis and demonstrate how to apply
them.
3) Explain and describe the model of designing a training course as per our recommendation
and demonstrate they are able to apply by producing a training program of their own.
4) Demonstrate how to deliver a training program using various methodologies such as our
own as well as Georgi Lozanov’s and creating tools for their presentation.
5) Prove that they are really able to make a good presentation utilizing all the methodology,
tools and concepts that were given to them for the whole program.

Programme Contents
DAY TOPIC DURATION

1 Adult Learning Principles 1/2 day


1 Training Needs Analysis (TNA) 1/2 day
2 Designing Training Programs (Competency Based) 1 day
3 Conducting Training Programs 1 day
4 Assessment of Participants 1 day
5 Individual Presentations 1 day
(each pax of 15-20minute duration)

1
Day 1: Adult Learning Principles & Conducting Training Needs Analysis (TNA)

Time Content Learning Outcomes


08.00 am Registration
09.00 OVERVIEW:  Efficacy of ice breaker
Ice Breaker, Objectives of whole course, 5-
day Agenda, Administration
09.30 LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT:  Implications on trainers
(methodology of
 Differences between children and adult
training)
learning
 David Kolb’s Adult Learning Cycle
10.30 MORNING BREAK
10.45 YOUR STYLE OF LEARNING:  Identifying four styles of
Types of learning; Identify your style per learning (Theorist,
Honey & Mumford’s typologies; Implications Activist, Reflector,
on your training Pragmatist) and
implications on training.
11.45 EIGHT INTELLIGENCES:  Identify eight
Howard Gardner’s eight intelligences and its intelligences per
implications on training. Howard Gardner &
implications on training.
12.45 REVIEW: Review learning on first half-day  Adult learning
 Styles of learning
1.00 pm LUNCH BREAK
2.00 INTRODUCTION TO TNA: Definition of TNA &
TNA defined; Symptoms vs. Cause; Macro causes of needs for
vs. Micro training needs training.
2.30 DATA COLLECTION METHODS: Methods of doing TNA
Quantitative vs. Qualitative method
• Job Analysis
• Survey Method
• Interview Method
• Observation Method
• Critical Incident Method
3.30 AFTERNOON TEA BREAK
3.45 ORGANISATION DATA: Using existing data in
Organisation data to determine training organisation to determine
needs e.g. Performance Appraisal training needs.
3.45 ORGANISATION DATA: Using existing data in
Organisation data to determine training organisation to determine
needs e.g. Performance Appraisal training needs.
4.30 REVIEW: Review learning
4.45 BRIEFING: Individual Presentations on Day Preliminary briefing on
5 requirements of individual
presentation.
5.00 END OF SEMINAR DAY 1

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Day 2: Design Competency-Based Training Programmes

Time Content Learning Outcomes


9.00 am OVERVIEW:
Ice breaker; Objectives of Module; Agenda
09.31 9.30 OVERALL DESIGN:  Holistic view of
designing training
Accelerative Training Model (per Georgi program
Lozanov); Setting objectives,
Researching & writing materials, Pre-
course activities.
10.30 MORNING BREAK
10.45 PREPARING LEARNERS:  Techniques for
Ice breaker, Objectives, Program, preparing learners for
Administrative arrangements learning.
1.00 pm LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PLANNING TO INPUT COURSE  Why a trainer is
CONTENT: required & various
Objectives of engaging a trainer, methods for imparting
Techniques for inputting course content. knowledge & skills
3.30 AFTERNOON TEA BREAK
3.45 INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION:  Guides on selecting
Briefing on rules for individual presentation, topics, rules, and
PSMB’s marking scheme, Administrative highlights on criteria
matters. for competency.
4.45 REVIEW:
Review today’s learning, Preview
tomorrow’s agenda.
5.00 END OF SEMINAR DAY 2

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Day 3: Conduct Competency-Based Training Programmes

Time Content Learning Outcomes


9.00 am OVERVIEW:
Ice breaker; Objectives of Module; Agenda
9.30 PRINCIPLES FOR CONDUCTING  Holistic view of
TRAINING PROGRAM: conducting training
Model for conducting a training program, program
Principles for conducting a training
program, Competency based training (per
PSMB/HRDF)
10.30 MORNING BREAK
10.45 REINFORCING & TRANSFERRING  Techniques for
LEARNING: activating training
Reasons for reinforcing learning, materials
Techniques for reinforcing learning,
Techniques for transferring learning
12.00 pm LESSON PLAN: Techniques for preparing
Reasons for lesson plan, Formats of lesson lesson plan
plan, Doing a lesson plan for individual
presentation.
1.00 pm LUNCH BREAK 
2.00 REVIEWING: Methods for reviewing
Reasons for reviewing learning, learning (passive & active
Methods for reviewing techniques)
3.30 AFTERNOON TEA BREAK 
3.45 INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION: Applying technique(s) for
Practice – Planning to review your reviewing learning
individual presentation.
4.45 REVIEW:
Review today’s learning, Preview
tomorrow’s agenda.
5.00 END OF SEMINAR DAY 3

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Day 4: Assess Participant’s Competence

Time Content Learning Outcomes


9.00 am OVERVIEW:
Ice Breaker, Objectives of Module, Agenda
9.15 PRINCIPLES OF ASSESSMENT:  Principles of
assessment &
Assessment of knowledge vs. skills, procedures
Principles of assessment,
Administrative arrangements before
assessment
10.30 TEA BREAK
10.45 ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE:  Knowhow for
Methods for assessing knowledge, conducting assessment
Instruments to use of knowledge of
learners
1.00pm LUNCH BREAK
2.00 ASSESSMENT OF SKILLS: Knowhow for conducting
Levels of Competencies, Methods for assessment of skills of
assessing competencies, Tools for use. learners.
3.30 TEA BREAK
3.45 REVIEW:
Review learning points.
4.00 INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION: Do’s & don’ts when
Preparation for presentation, Methods making a presentation.
for getting participation, Transitioning,
Time management.
5.00 END OF SEMINAR DAY 4

Day 5: Practical Presentations (Whole Day)

Time Content Methodology


15 - 20 minutes  Participants (presenters) to  Adult learning theory
demonstrate competency in  Accelerative Learning
designing and delivering Methodology
Competency Based Training
program
 Marking scheme per HRDF form

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Course Facilitator

Haji Tajodin bin Sanusi


MBA (Bath University, Australia)
Master Trainer,DMFK Inspirations
DMFK Inspirations Professional Associate Certified Trainer
MIM Certified Professional Trainer
Certificate of Training & Assessment (Australia)

Why DMFK Inspirations ?


1. Our TTT Master Trainer is highly experienced and respected in the Training & Development
industry.
2. We provide Train The Trainer program for HRDF Certification, which standard will add
reputation and reliability of the trainer.
3. Our TTT participants will have:
 Motivation to be a great trainer
 Skills and knowledge to be a motivational trainer
 Creative Trainer philosophy: the ability to design and create their own training module,
training resources and tools such as games, case study and activities
4. We have our own conducive training hall in Seksyen 7, Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor
 Hotel-like quality and ambience
 Reasonable rental rate
 Free and ample parking
 Close to food outlets (30 of them, which include Sharifah, Masakan Belauk, Sup Urat
Keting, Sate UK and many more)
 Less traffic jam (as compared to the city center)
 Close vicinity to shopping malls (Bangi Gateway, Bangi Utama, PKNS Bangi, Alamanda
Putrajaya, Mines Shopping Fair)
5. DMFK Inspirations TTT Alumni (participants who get the certification through DMFK
Inspirations ) will be part of our Trainers’ Circle, which benefits include:
 Updated news and events on prospective training topics and training programs
respectively
 Free attendance to our next HRDF TTT program for learning continuation or refresher
(terms & conditions apply)