The fully structured Learning for this course has been divided into video style sessions, Student research, Reading material and presentations.
Students will be asked to complete their own presentation which will be recorded and played back
(IMO model course 6.09 and 3.12)
The MNTB Recognition Services recognise good practice in training provision through criteria established by its Board. The criteria require the Training Company to provide evidence that the specified course meets an identified industry need; has been effectively constructed and demonstrates exemplary standards in delivery, management and quality assurance
A three day course aimed at giving the students the necessary knowledge and skills to enable them to research, design, prepare and deliver short professional courses for maritime people working, or wishing to work, within the maritime industry.
The course will concentrate on the learning styles of students and the reasons for tutors to develop a range of delivery strategies. The first day will also include discussion about possible sources of quality information and the range of methods that could be employed in assembling the information into a suitable learning structure.
Course topics include:
- Learning styles
- Developing a training needs analysis
- Designing education and training sessions
- Learning resources
- Writing measurable learning objectives
- Assessment/evaluation of learning
- Practice presentations and learn correct styles
The course content has been designed to include all the current learning outcomes identified within the IMO model courses for Train the Trainer 6.09 and 3.12
Experience of working in the Maritime Industry. A 5-minute micro-teaching presentation needs to be prepared for delivery to other course delegates. This can be on any subject the student desires and contain any support material required i.e. PowerPoint presentation, supporting video etc.
The course will include time spent delivering presentations and analysing others, recording and playback of presentations, large group discussions and trainer-led case studies and presentations.
Trainer to delegate ratio of 1:15 throughout.
Upon completion of the course, you will be sent the original certificate.