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There is often a mismatch between how individuals acquire new knowledge and skills and what organisations focus on and value. Modern workplace learning, therefore, requires an approach that aims to bridge this gap and necessitates a new learning mindset that views learning at work very differently than in the past. Workplace learning can improve employee performance by giving them the means to grow with the company and contribute to a culture built around performance and can also provide a very powerful way for individuals to learn what they want to and need to, in order to be effective in their job. However, this learning still needs to be structured and personalised to reflect both the learners’ needs and workplace context.
This webinar examined how to create this balance when planning, organising and facilitating learning for individuals in a workplace, and shows how using real work activities as the basis for learning can create more authentic outcomes. Furthermore, it will specifically explained how to establish, develop and maintain appropriate facilitation relationships as well as explore ways to close and evaluate the journey.
This webinar presented some of the course content for the Unit of Competency TAEDEL402 Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace, which is a core unit in the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
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Webinar Duration: 60 minutes
Bio of Presenter
Jason has more than 15 years of training and assessment experience, gained predominantly in corporate environments. He has specialised in delivering training in sales, coaching, business communication and management and has received international acclaim for his work in Learning and Development. Jason was the winner of the Platinum Award for “Best Young Learning Leader” at the 2011 LearnX Asia-Pacific Awards and was named a young trainer to watch by US Training Magazine in 2012.
Jason is a two-time MRWED Trainer of the year and is one of only three trainers in Australia certified to deliver Bob Pike’s Train-the-Trainer Boot Camp, the world’s most well-respected trainer training program. A strong advocate for the participant-centred approach to training, Jason has spoken on the topic of Creative Training Techniques at conferences all over Australia and at multiple events in the United States.