Training of Trainers Course | Advanced Training Methods | Alison

Training of Trainers - Advanced Training Methods

Learn about advanced training methods, cost-benefit analysis and decision-making in this free online course.

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This free online advanced training methods course offers an insight into training methods and analytics for training programs. Start this course and learn about conducting a cost-benefit analysis for training programs; and decision-making styles for training purposes. Start learning with this course today and improve your data analytic skills for training purposes.
  • Duration

    4-5 Hours
  • Assessment

  • Certification

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This free online Advanced Training Methods course is the last in the Training of Trainers suite of Alison certificate courses. It will give you an insight into analyzing and developing training methods for effective learning. Firstly, you will learn about the elements of effective role-playing and leadership styles. You will also learn about the managerial grid and contingency models.

Next, you will take a look at behavior modeling and how to develop a behavior modeling exercise for training purposes as well as sensitivity training. Then you will learn about how to conduct a cost-benefit analysis for training programs including how to determine the ROI of a training program. Lastly, the course will discuss the decision-making process, models, and various decision-making styles.

As a professional, decision-making skills are of the essence. Start this course on training methods today and develop your training and decision-making skills. This course will be of interest to trainers, students, researchers, and anyone with an interest in developing their training practices.

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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the requirements for an effective role-playing exercise
  • Conduct a leadership role-playing exercise among trainees
  • Examine Fiedler's contingency model
  • Develop a behavior modeling exercise in a training program
  • Discuss the relationship between sensitivity training and behavioral flexibility
  • Conduct a cost-benefit analysis of a training program
  • Discuss the key factors in the decision-making process
  • Identify the three approaches of selecting an alternative as a manager
  • Recognize the various decision-making styles


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