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Objectives

The reference text used for this category is:

Title - How to be an effective trainer - skills for managers and new trainers, 3rd edition

Chapter 7 - Writing Training Objectives and Competencies.

Authors - Brian L. Delahaye and Barry J. Smith

Published by - John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998


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Session
Plans

The reference text used for this category is:

Title - How to be an effective trainer - skills for managers and new trainers, 3rd edition

Chapter 8 - Creating the Session Plan.

Authors - Brian L. Delahaye and Barry J. Smith

Published by - John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998


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TNA

The reference text used for this category is:

Title - How to be an effective trainer - skills for managers and new trainers, 3rd edition

Chapter 6 - What Is Training Needs Analysis?

Authors - Brian L. Delahaye and Barry J. Smith

Published by - John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998


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Questions

The reference text used for this category is:

Title - How to be an effective trainer - skills for managers and new trainers, 3rd edition

Chapter 11 - Questions.

Authors - Brian L. Delahaye and Barry J. Smith

Published by - John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998


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Skill
Session

The reference text used for this category is:

Title - How to be an effective trainer - skills for managers and new trainers, 3rd edition

Chapter 4 - The Skills-Session Model.

Authors - Brian L. Delahaye and Barry J. Smith

Published by - John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998


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Training
Room

The reference text used for this category is:

Title - How to be an effective trainer - skills for managers and new trainers, 3rd edition

Chapter 25 - The Training Room.

Authors - Brian L. Delahaye and Barry J. Smith

Published by - John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998


Statement of terminal behavior, standards,
and conditions.

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Statement of terminal behavior, standards,
and conditions.

What are the three components


of a training objective?

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This training objective component
describes how well the trainee must
perform the terminal behavior.

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This training objective component
describes how well the trainee must
perform the terminal behavior.

What is the standards


component?

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Given a standard set of …
Without the aid of mathematical tables …
Using an electronic calculator ...

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Given a standard set of …
Without the aid of mathematical tables …
Using an electronic calculator ...

What are some examples of


conditions?

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This is where a training objective comes
from.

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This is where a training objective comes
from.

What is a training needs


analysis?

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Standards of excellence in the training
objective are generally divided into these
three types.

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Standards of excellence in the training
objective are generally divided into these
three types.

What are quantity, quality, and


time?

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It shows you where to pick up and continue
if you deviate from the designed session.

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It shows you where to pick up and continue
if you deviate from the designed session.

What is a session plan?

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It’s what you calculate starting at zero
minutes when preparing your session.

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It’s what you calculate starting at zero
minutes when preparing your session.

What is time?

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Before a trainer is in a position to list what
needs to be included in the session, this
must first be specified.

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Before a trainer is in a position to list what
needs to be included in the session, this
must first be specified.

What is the objective(s)?

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This is one of the three grade rankings
which is the essential material to achieve
the training objective

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This is one of the three grade rankings
which is the essential material to achieve
the training objective

What is “must-know material”?

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This is where you specify how you intend to
get your material across to the trainee.

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This is where you specify how you intend to
get your material across to the trainee.

What is Modus Operandi?

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It is used to uncover gaps between
adequate and inadequate job performance

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It is used to uncover gaps between
adequate and inadequate job performance

What is training needs


analysis?

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These three stages have been found
useful to describe a training needs
analysis.

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These three stages have been found
useful to describe a training needs
analysis.

What are surveillance,


investigation, and analysis?

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The stage of training needs analysis which
uses performance appraisals as a data-
gathering technique.

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The stage of training needs analysis which
uses performance appraisals as a data-
gathering technique.

What is the investigation stage?

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In this stage of a training needs analysis,
you should regularly review the vital data of
your organization.

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In this stage of a training needs analysis,
you should regularly review the vital data of
your organization.

What is the surveillance stage?

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The three major headings under which
data is analyzed during the analysis stage
of a training needs analysis.

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The three major headings under which
data is analyzed during the analysis stage
of a training needs analysis.

What are organization,


operations, and person
analysis?

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Questions are usually divided into these
two broad categories.

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Questions are usually divided into these
two broad categories.

What are open and closed?

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Open questions in adult learning should be
based on this structure.

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Open questions in adult learning should be
based on this structure.

What is stem-plus-query?

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A question that needs no answer.

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A question that needs no answer.

What is a rhetorical question?

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A question asked by a trainee and then the
trainer passes the question to another
trainee.

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A question asked by a trainee and then the
trainer passes the question to another
trainee.

What is a relay question?

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A questioning technique that helps to
discipline the “talker” or “sleeper”.

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A questioning technique that helps to
discipline the “talker” or “sleeper”.

What is a direction question?

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The three part basic structural unit of the
skill-session model.

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The three part basic structural unit of the
skill-session model.

What is the introduction, body


(in four step segments), and
conclusion?

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A type of skill involved in gathering
information and then acting on it (usually
with some type of muscle movement).

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A type of skill involved in gathering
information and then acting on it (usually
with some type of muscle movement).

What is psychomotor skill?

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They are the 4-step segment in the body of
the skill-session model.

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They are the 4-step segment in the body of
the skill-session model.

What are show, show and tell,


check of understanding, and
practice?

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Orientation, motivation, measure current
knowledge, and state complete training
objectives.

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Orientation, motivation, measure current
knowledge, and state complete training
objectives.

What happens during the


introduction part of a skill-
session model?

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It is when the steps and key points are
briefly reviewed.

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It is when the steps and key points are
briefly reviewed.

What is the conclusion?

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This layout is general best for the theory
session.

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This layout is general best for the theory
session.

What is the U-shaped layout?

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This is perhaps the worst shaped class
room.

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This is perhaps the worst shaped class
room.

What is long and narrow?

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As a classroom setup tip, it’s the distance
that should be created between the board
and the front of your desk.

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As a classroom setup tip, it’s the distance
that should be created between the board
and the front of your desk.

What is 10 feet (3 meters)?

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This is the ideal location for the classroom
clock.

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This is the ideal location for the classroom
clock.

What is the back wall?

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These factors often create a less-than-
ideal training layout.

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These factors often create a less-than-
ideal training layout.

What are availability of physical


resources, the training
technique, and the trainee?

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