The purpose of this accreditation is to develop and validate the competence of site instructors tasked with developing, implementing and assessing practical training activities on site (on-job training), so as to ensure compliance with international standards.
Experienced operations personnel who have been promoted to a site training position, or at experienced site trainers looking to develop their pedagogical know-how.
Personnel with experience in the technical area in which they will serve as instructor.
Prior experience in training or in passing on knowledge.
Intermediary managerial role (supervisor type).
PEDAGOGICAL METHODS PRESENTATION FOR TRAINING OPERATORS & TECHNICIANS
Operators' and technicians' training philosophies and objectives.
Typical program and implementation. Assessment systems and certification criteria.
The various types of pedagogical activities which can be conducted on site:
Theoretical courses and operations tutorials.
Practical exercises at the operational site and presentation in front of the group.
Technical training on site through mentoring (On-the-Job Orientation).
Practice of job duties through mentoring (On-the-Job Training).
TECHNICAL TRAINING TOOLS & METHODS
Active pedagogy for adults.
Pedagogical techniques and principles.
Techniques for setting up group activities, exercises, hands-on tasks.
Role play in front of the group.
ORGANIZE TRAINING ACTIVITIES ON SITE
Organization, supervision, coordination and reporting of on-site practical training: On-Job-Orientation (OJO) and On-Job Training (OJT).
Techniques for communication, questioning, listening, observing, reformulating, praising.
Assessment techniques: evaluating trainees’ practical know-how, assessing their competence.
On-Job Training implementation; technical knowledge and know-how:
How to develop a training sequence based on an actual situation on-site?
Learning on-site during operations, detecting and using interesting learning opportunities.
Encouraging information investigation methods.
Identifying difficulties that the trainee experiences.
Each candidate presents a training sequence to the group, putting into practice the methods they have learned during the week. They will also prepare the objectives off and instructions to a training activity to be delivered on site.
The group and the IFP Training expert will discuss the candidate's strengths and weaknesses.
Obtaining accreditation will validate the instructor's competences in implementing practical training on-site:
prepare an on-site activity schedule and coordinate on-site training activities with operations personnel,
facilitate participants' learning and memorizing through personal work,
assess participants in their study of their assignment area and their practice of operator/technician job duties.
Ways & Means
Training sequences simulations, which places candidates in training situations.
Case studies for studying the trainees’ different learning phases.
To French entities : IFP Training is referenced to DataDock ; you may contact your OPCO about potential funding.
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