Kerrin is the HR and Operations Manager at Leading Training and is passionate about learning and personal growth. She has a BA (HDip) Ed from Wits University with majors in English and Psychology and has experience teaching English at high school level and extensive experience in training and managing.
She loves dealing with people and the general well-being of the staff and delegates is her primary concern. She also facilitates soft-skills courses in HR, leadership and instructional design.
She is a qualified SDF (Skills Development Facilitator), having completed the UNISA Certificate in Skills Development Facilitation in 2015 with distinction. She is registered as an HR generalist with the SA Board for People Practices (membership no. 42866985). She, together with a team of professional facilitators, project manages agile customised training interventions for Leading Training clients. Their services range from training material development incliuding accredited and online learning, to high-impact facilitated interventions that result in organizational change and team growth.
She is accredited as a Level 1 Cultural Intelligence Facilitator with The Cultural Intelligence Center, has completed the Wits online Instructional Design course in 2017 and is a Certified ScrumMaster® through Scrum Alliance. Kerrin is a dynamic facilitator who consistently gets excellent reviews for the training she conducts.
Becoming an expert trainer involves continuous improvement, self-evaluation and an analysis of the results of every training intervention. The purpose of this programme is to provide delegates with the opportunity to develop new skills. A platform is provided for the experienced trainer to hone in on identified areas for improvement. This programme provides delegates with an opportunity to identify and improve developmental areas immediately.
The recommended duration of this programme is 3 days with a maximum of 10 delegates. This is based on the final recorded 10 to 15 minute training intervention per delegate.
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HR Managers, Trainers, Learner Trainers, Coaches, Facilitators, T&D Managers, Skills Development Facilitators, anyone needing to train staff or be accredited by the ETDP SETA as a facilitator.
It is assumed for credit calculation, that learners are already competent in the learning area in which they will provide training. (Have scope or experience to train in a specific field.) It is recommended that learners have at least 14 days workplace experience in training or facilitation (part time or full time and bring proof thereof). Basic communication skills (English = reading and writing skills on a NQF level 4 (Matric Level)) Access to email and where possible to the internet for re
Course Outline / Curriculum
Module 1: Adult Learning
Characteristics of adults
Adult learning principles
Learning style preferences
Module 2: Plan and Prepare for Training and Development
Identify learning needs in relation to intended learning outcomes
Ensure plans cater for the identified learning needs. (possible learning barriers, previous learning experiences, literacy and numeracy levels, language, culture, special needs and different learning styles.)
Arrange resources, locations, and personnel.
Prepare learning material to suit agreed outcomes.
Select appropriate facilitation methods
Prepare the facilitation process to include the availability of key questions, scenarios, triggers, challenges, problems, tasks and activities as is appropriate to the situation.
Arrange the learning environment
Establish and document review criteria
Module 3 : Facilitate learning.
Facilitate learning in a coherent manner using appropriate methodologies
The learning environment and facilitation approach promotes open interaction
Ensure learners are aware of expected learning outcomes
Ensure active participation.
Enables learners to draw from and share their own experiences and work out and apply concepts for themselves.
Development of concepts through participation
Manage groups in line with facilitation principles
Maximise the strengths of group learning while recognising the needs and requirements of individual members.
Questioning techniques to promote learner involvement
Questioning techniques to achieve learning outcomes.
Creating opportunities for monitoring learner's progress & gathering of evidence
Modifying the facilitation approach to ensure the learners' needs are addressed.
Module 4: Evaluate learning and facilitation.
Obtaining learner and stakeholder feedback
Critically analysing feedback against review criteria.
Identifying strengths and weaknesses of the planning, preparation and facilitation of learning.
Obtaining useful recommendations for improvement
Identifying remedial actions.
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