OF TRAINERS OFPPT GENERIC SKILLS DEVELOPMENT OF TRAINERS GLOSSARY OF TERMS TEACHING Preamble The success of the interactions and practices of professional communication need s to have a tool more or less standardized terminology and what to facilitate, r egulate or adjust the concepts that form the basis of trade professionals within the OFPPT . The OFPPT knows a terminological profusion due mainly to the differ ent contributions of international expertise. Malfunctions terminology, a direct consequence of this expansion, have reached a stage that requires an interventi on standardization. Far from being exhaustive, this glossary has the advantage o f providing players OFPPT basic vocabulary that they can use, if necessary, anch or semantics in the regulation of trade. Indeed, the terms selected are among th ose most recurring and most debated as to their meaning in different contexts of use within the OFPPT. In undertaking this work, the development team was faced with the following pitfall: reconciling the diversity of meanings attributed to each term by finding compromises terminology often difficult. These compromises can not set itself up as standards as they have not yet been validated by differ ent users. The development work was conducted following a rigorous process that involves: 1. The constitution of a corpus from authentic documents used in OFPPT 2. The study of lexical frequency, 3. The selection of the most recurring words , 4. The analysis of failures identified notional 5. The drafting of terminologi cal records; 6. The measure of the degree of acceptability among a small sample of users. 2 To fully play its role as regulatory tool, the glossary needs to be constantly f ed by the approach mentioned above. Its dynamism is based on a permanent standby terminology. The development team 3 1. All professional experience knowledge, know-how and expertise to be controlle d by an individual at a given time and that result followed professional trainin g and / or professional experience accumulated. O.F.P.P.T. 2. Operation Training action limited in time is the staff development OFPPT, business or winners (EFP action adaptation / integration). O.F.P.P.T. 3. Training action adaptation acti on training aims to give a winner of the OFPPT additional training required by t he company for its inclusion. O.F.P.P.T. 4. Action Action planned training integ rated training in a training schedule proposed by a regional entity (DR or VET) or a central business area. O.F.P.P.T. 5. Action Action training specific traini ng provided following a request made by the company. O.F.P.P.T. 6. Share Share c onversion training is to acquire knowledge, skills and expertise to be essential ly new specialty trainers in the redeployment of human resources. The action of conversion may also affect the corporate staff. O.F.P.P.T. 7. Advocacy Said abou t sessions of general information, of short duration in most cases on a particul ar subject in a business either on the operation or use of a technical facility or a any material. B.I.T. 4 8. Activity Together coordinated tasks implemented by an officer in his position

. An activity is always expressed in terms of action verbs (make, repair, contro l, ...) OFPPT 9. Competency-based teaching model that involves the acquisition o f skills completed on real business situations. O.F.P.P.T. 10.Aptitudes set of q ualities and skills acquired or natural to do something and remain a potential u ntil they are mobilized in a professional situation. O.F.P.P.T. 11.Assurance Qua lity All planned and systematic activities implemented within the quality system and demonstrated as needed, to provide adequate confidence that an entity will fulfill requirements for quality. Note: the phrase "as necessary" can be interpr eted as "if necessary". ISO 8402 (1994) 12.Hold Idea that are trained on what wi ll or should be the impacts and / or how to conduct training. O.F.P.P.T. 13.Audi t quality systematic and independent examination to determine whether activities and results on quality comply with planned arrangements and whether these arran gements are implemented effectively and are able to achieve the objectives. NF E N ISO 8402 quality 14.Audit internal audit interne.Il Also called a quality audi t is performed by members of the OFPPT O.F.P.P.T. 15.Auditeur internal Anyone OF PPT trained and designated to perform internal quality audits. O.F.P.P.T. 5 16.Besoins Gaps in training or skills gaps and knowledge between occupational st atus and occupational status experienced desirable and can be filled through a t raining program. O.F.P.P.T. Skills assessment Operation of determining the state of skills and abilities of an individual. AFNOR NFx50-750 Specifications traini ng (1) contractual document setting out the modalities for conducting a training . This document contains the administrative, educational, financial and organiza tional goals determined. AFNOR NF X 50-750 (July 96) Specifications, etc. (2) Do cument the contract between the SBB and DRIF specifying instructional elements ( skills, training objectives) and logistics (equipment, tools, etc..) In respect the development of training programs. O.F.P.P.T. Capacity set of provisions and achievement seen in generally expressed by the expression: to be able to ... AFN OR NF X 50-750 (July 96) an individual, Skill Set coordinated knowledge, know-how and know-being that are directly usefu l and implemented in the context of a particular work situation. NB: OFPPT, ther e is often understanding what "competence" with the "capacity". O.F.P.P.T. Profe ssional Competence Implementation, within the professional capabilities that ena ble properly exercise a function or activity. AFNOR NF X 50-750 (July 96) Traini ng Content Detailed description of the various topics covered in the training ba sed on learning objectives and training set. AFNOR NF X 50-750 (July 96) 6 Contract Program Set expectations and goals to be achieved by the VET / DR guide d by a scoping paper, negotiated at different levels of the hierarchy of the OFP PT annually and contracted in a document that bears the same name. Its developme nt reflects the achievements (previous years and current) and forecasts (next ye ar). It includes the operational objectives, human resource needs, procurement a nd means of support. Comparing the achievements and brings out a forecast rate o f change which must be consistent with the guidelines included in the plan devel opment OFPPT. O.F.P.P.T. All training courses teaching practical and theoretical sanctioned by one or more examinations and whose pursuit leads to graduation. O .F.P.P.T. The explicit demand for training of a need for training by an individu al or a collective and sent to a training organization. O.F.P.P.T. Warden Person responsible for managing and mobilizing human, material and its financial insti tution to achieve the various benefits included in a contract program and develo pment plan of the Office. It also provides external communication to the differe nt socio-economic partners. Document instrument Org. (Bossard, 1998) (adapted). Programming documents used pedagogical always plural, it refers to all documents used by developers and programs that serve to organize the training. O.F.P.P.T. Evaluation certified type of valuation is to be certified by an external body o

r non-achievement of educational goals and training. O.F.P.P.T. Training assessm ent is the process of assessment using predetermined criteria and tools to achie ve educational goals and training. O.F.P.P.T. 7 Formative Evaluation Type integrated assessment and training process of identify ing learning difficulties, to investigate the causes and propose remediation str ategies as necessary. O.F.P.P.T.€Type Rating normative evaluation is to judge th e results of learning by exposing them to a predetermined standard. O.F.P.P.T. R ating summative evaluation which is to punish an apprenticeship, in summing the results obtained on a set of benefits and determining the degree of success. O.F .P.P.T. External expertise set of interventions (advice, proposal, assistance .. .) provided by a person or entity or in response to a tender internal or externa l, either as part of cooperation agreements. O.F.P.P.T. Representing a system of training specialist in a given level of education, the sector is characterized by: • • Order a professional profile • a particular program; • Ways specific mat erials; • a title which describes the specialty of diploma / certificate; • Seve ral channels can be grouped in one area or engineering training. O.F.P.P.T. Func tion Set coordinated activities performed by an agent in accordance with the dut ies of his mission. O.F.P.P.T. Trainer Person assigned to an EFP, with the respo nsibility for ensuring training (initial and / or continuous) by exploiting the resources and educational material available to it (local programs, equipment, m aterial of work, etc..). It also contributes to the management of trainees in hi s section. A OFPPT, there are three categories of trainers: • Permanent • indivi dual contractors, • Cooperating. 8 The trainer is responsible for formation of functionally and hierarchically Dire ctor of VET. Document instrument Org. (Bossard, 1998) (adapted). Training of tra iners organized process for the education and training of trainers in various wa ys: seminars, induction training, upgrading, conversion, ... OFPPT Open and dist ance learning is a mode which is characterized by: • Lack of access conditions • the free choice made by its training curriculum based on its availability and i ts pace; • the physical absence of framing • Monitoring of distance learning and combining • Lack of qualification after training. O.F.P.P.T. Accelerated vocati onal training is a method that provides training in conjunction with the rise AM ITH. It concerns the tapping-mount preparation (warp / weft and mesh). The train ing duration is 24 months (four months and 18 months in VET in business). This i s a diploma-level specialization. O.F.P.P.T. Training is an alternate method of training which is organized by law 36/96 which Article 3 establishes the duratio n of presence of the trainee for at least half the company and at least one thir d in VET and what relation to the overall duration of training. O.F.P.P.T. Vocat ional training for adults is a mode that is to provide accelerated training and alternating short (3 to 5 months depending on the specialty, more than two month s of internship), practice-based and intended for adults aged over twenty years without a grade or low grade (5th year), by specialty. O.F.P.P.T. Training is a way of shifting training is to provide training in successive remote areas using a mobile unit and a route plotted demand. O.F.P.P.T. 9 Residential Training is a training mode that requires a presence of almost exclu sively formed in VET for the duration of training: an internship completes the t raining course. O.F.P.P.T. Vocational semi - alternating It is a training method that combines two years in training mode during the first year residential and alternating fashion during the second year. O.F.P.P.T. Skills training Unlike th e specific training that is tailored skills training obeys standard rules by OFP PT at: • the development of programs by sector, by level and by sector • the def inition of access profiles to training (age, educational level, etc..) • choice

of training methods (residential , alternate, etc..) • choice of teaching method s (approach, objectives, skills, etc..) • choice of assessment approaches (conti nuous controls, regular examinations, etc..) • sanction levels ( diplomas and ce rtificates) OFPPT Specific training set of training benefits of OFPPT€that addre ss: • either to specific needs expressed by the company (Specific Actions), or • a training plan by the company (Special Training Contracts) • needs to be diagn osed by OFPPT in a given sector (Planned Actions). O.F.P.P.T. Document guide for trainers with information, instruction and / or practical advice on learning ac tivities and their progress. O.F.P.P.T. All teaching engineering design practice s (and / or adaptation) methods or teaching materials or course content. O.F.P.P .T. 10 Engineer training under a person designated to make EFP production work training programs to suit the demand of enterprises. It is framed in its activities by t he organizer of the engineering training. Document instrument Org. (Bossard, 199 8) (adapted) Instructional Set of tools, instruments, equipment and printed mate rials, audiovisual and digital intended to provide a training program. O.F.P.P.T . Method active teaching method that involves placing students in situations the y can become agents in their learning. O.F.P.P.T. Method of problem solving teac hing method of presenting a problem situation to students that they should analy ze and reach a solution. O.F.P.P.T. Deductive teaching method in which the train er from the statement of a principle or law to achieve experiences that check. O .F.P.P.T. a Method demonstrative teaching method in which the trainer performs in front of h is students demonstrated how to make a practical or theoretical reasoning. O.F.P .P.T. Method expository teaching method in which the trainer explains in masterl y knowledge that trainees receive passively. O.F.P.P.T. Inductive teaching metho d in which the trainer by experiments to achieve the principles or laws that val idate. O.F.P.P.T. Teaching method interrogative method in which the teacher asks his students an articulated set of questions. The responses allow him to put a new matter within the logical progression towards the goal. 11 O.F.P.P.T. Mission predefined set of objectives in a given professional whose ro le is to guide the various activities of an agent in its function. O.F.P.P.T. Tr aining Mode Shape of educational organization whose choice is related to the nat ure of the area of training (training institution, enterprise, mobile, home, etc ..), Time (duration, effective presence of trained staff), the prerequisites of the course trained fitness training. O.F.P.P.T. Training Module Unit of independ ent learning through a training course. A module is characterized by a clear def inition of the prerequisites and objectives, duration and end of module assessme nt. A OFPPT, a module is typically a skill. O.F.P.P.T. Teaching methods All mate rial resources (eg printed documents, audiovisual materials) or intangible (eg c ase studies, specific examples ..) available to the trainer for a training. O.F. P.P.T. Skills Training Objective (s) to acquire, improve or maintain expressed ( s) originally by sponsors and / or trained. The objective of training is the cor nerstone of specifications. It is used to evaluate the effects of training. AFNO R NFx50-750 Operational Objective A teaching objective is operational if it meet s the following conditions: • it sets out the activity must be defined in terms of observable and measurable behavior • It must identify the product or result o f the conduct; • it must specify the conditions that allow the learner to produc e the expected performance • It must define the criteria by which we evaluate th e performance and by which we determine whether the threshold control set is act ually achieved. • Finally, it must identify the target audience. "Building a tra ining Christine Strauven 12

Learning Objective Capacity (s) that the training must be acquired (s) at the en d of a training action (s) specified by the trainer from a training objective. T he educational objective is to build and lead the training and assessment capabi lities.€AFNOR NFx50-750 Organizer Training Engineering In SBB, person responsibl e for organizing and coordinating the production work training programs to suit the demand of enterprises. Document instrument Org. (Bossard, 1998) (adapted) Or ganization Determines educational training in the work of curriculum development training on the choice made at: • the mode of formation of each module (dual re sidential accelerated ...) • Distribution Annual modules • the method of assessm ent for each module (adapted) Pedagogy Teaching method by which objecti ves is to clarify the objectives of the training and conduct assessment on the m astery of these objectives. Note: setting goals is not driven by extra-curricula r criteria ie it does not report directly on real business situations. Trainer's Guide Jean Marie De Ketele Development Plan Planning and budgeting of all forec asts and regional objectives to be achieved to meet the overall objectives of th e strategy defining medium-term development of OFPPT A scoping paper serves as a benchmark in determining forecasts and regional objectives. O.F.P.P.T. Plan tra ining program document that describes a training course in the professional prof ile, educational organization, declined to provide the materials and made into m odules into training objectives and educational goals, conditions of access and evaluation mode . O.F.P.P.T. Posttest 13 Test administered to participants at the end of training to assess the degree of control objectives. O.F.P.P.T. All previous knowledge of knowledge, skills or k nowledge be available to a real person at the start of training. NB: this knowle dge may be prerequisites. O.F.P.P.T. All Prerequisite knowledge, skills or knowl edge be required for entry into training and upon which the achievement of objec tives. O.F.P.P.T. Pretest Test administered to participants at entry into traini ng to ensure mastery of prerequisites. O.F.P.P.T. Training product At OFPPT, the term refers to the training product is usable result of research work (eg / tea ching approach), or production work (eg training programs) or benefits training (eg skills, specific ...). O.F.P.P.T. Profile Profile Professional trainer requi red of a trainer in charge of all or part of a training program. (adapt ed) provide Profile Profile of the winner output (actual prepayments) expressed in terms of skills that the winner should have mastered at the end of the training according to the key activities outlined in the job repository. O.F.P.P.T. Student Profil e Profile input expressed as essential prerequisite that the candidate must poss ess professional training to keep part or a training course. O.F.P.P.T. Profile All required professional knowledge, skills and knowledge to be an individual or class of staff must master in order to theoretically keep a job. Guy Le Boterf 14 Training Programme Detailed description of training content chronologically plan ned to meet in course. AFNOR NF X 50-750 (April 92) Repository Inventory of acts , observable performance, detailing a set of capabilities (training standards) r elated to trade or repositories corresponding function. AFNOR NF X 50-750 (July 96) Repository employment activities and defines the current and expected from t he description of jobs and their development in a particular sector of activity. The repositories can use to establish the training references. O.F.P.P.T. Estab lished training standards from the repository to use, it describes the training objectives. It is also used to assess learning before, during and after training . Its development to the west. F.P.P.T. takes into account the following paramet ers: • Profile of the winner (training objectives) • Profile of the trainee, the trainer • Profile • the contents of the plan the training program, the organiza

tion • educational training. O.F.P.P.T. Enhancement level operation that involve s raising the level of a system of training at higher level. The passage of the first track to meet the second criterion of kinship in the same genius. O.F.P.P. T.€Quality Assurance Manager The person designated by the Directorate General fo r the implementation of quality system, testing its effectiveness and its compli ance with the ISO 9000. It reports regularly to the Directorate General of syste m operation quality, and this eventually to take the necessary decisions to impr ove. O.F.P.P.T. Person Responsible for training assigned to a VET in order to en sure planning, management and control of the conduct of training (initial and co ntinuing training) in terms of human, material and teaching. 15 It is administratively and functionally to the Director of VET. Document instrum ent Org. (Bossard, 1998) (adapted) Restructuring Program Operation consisting up date, update training programs to suit the requirements of the job market. O.F.P .P.T. Know All of theoretical and practical. AFNOR-750 NFx50 know how to be comm only used term to define a relational knowledge, that is to say, behaviors and a ttitudes expected in a given situation. AFNOR Knowhow NFx50-750 Implementation o f knowledge and a practical skill mastered in a specific embodiment. AFNOR NFx50 -750 Experimental Establishment Site vocational training which is experienced in a new program. An EFP is selected to host a new training if all conditions of t his successful experiment. O.F.P.P.T. Core courses dominant in engineering train ing is the skill set commonly identified as essential by the representatives of companies involved in the sector study. These skills will have to master the win ner form the foundation for designing programs. O.F.P.P.T. 16