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In-House Curriculum Development Training



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In-House Curriculum Development Training

In-House Cur­ricu­lum Devel­op­ment Train­ing is a sim­pli­fied cur­ricu­lum devel­op­ment process that results in detailed Instruc­tor Guides for ses­sions of any length.

In-House Cur­ricu­lum Devel­op­ment Train­ing has two com­po­nents, with the option of a third:

1. In a two-day Train­ing Design work­shop, sub­ject mat­ter experts (SMEs) learn to develop their own lively, inter­ac­tive work­shops. Only the num­ber of par­tic­i­pants lim­its the num­ber of train­ing ses­sions result­ing from these two days.

2. Then, with Guila Muir’s assis­tance, each SME trans­forms his or her work­shop into a writ­ten cur­ricu­lum for oth­ers to use. This ensures that the mate­r­ial remains con­sis­tent, no mat­ter who the trainer is or where it is deliv­ered. This process can take up to one month to com­plete, and involves face-to– face meetings.

3. Many orga­ni­za­tions choose to include a Pre­sen­ta­tion Skills com­po­nent, enhanc­ing the train­ers’ abil­ity to present the cur­ricu­lum with con­fi­dence and author­ity in front of any group.

In-House Cur­ricu­lum Devel­op­ment Train­ing ben­e­fits your orga­ni­za­tion if a dif­fer­ent train­ers in your orga­ni­za­tion must offer stan­dard­ized, con­sis­tent train­ing in sev­eral dif­fer­ent loca­tions. In-House Cur­ricu­lum Devel­op­ment Train­ing cap­tures and cod­i­fies train­ing design into a doc­u­ment that is not trainer-dependent.

Could your orga­ni­za­tion ben­e­fit from In-House Cur­ricu­lum Devel­op­ment Train­ing?  Find out if it can help you.

Dis­cover how In-House Cur­ricu­lum Devel­op­ment Train­ing works in real life.

Con­tact us to find out more about how In-House Cur­ricu­lum Devel­op­ment Train­ing works and if it is the right choice for your organization.


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