Essential Thoughts in Training Delivery

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Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton
(LCDR USN, ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB,CL

As an instructor, lecturer or training professional – one of the essential tasks is the transfer of learning outcomes to eventual intended results by learners on the job. As such, training professionals must learn the important learning theories and methods with which to successfully transfer that knowledge as intended; sometimes this means converting tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge; facilitating experiential learning or methods that entail reflection or other training methods. Much of this work requires more than a working knowledge of instructional design and methodologies such as ADDIE; from analysis of needs to design, preparation, delivery, facilitation to encouragement and motivation. As far as learning theories are concerned, their importance in this process cannot be overstated! That of individual learning preferences such as David Kolb’s four basic learning styles; the four elements of Ned Herman’s brain based approach; and something called neurolinguistic programming (NLP) involving the visual, auditory and kinesthetic (VAK) aspects of learners. Nothing yet has been said of other skills such as use ABCD for objectives, Blooms’ Taxonomy or Gaines Nine Events– either way, training professionals must stay actively engaged in the field to help ensure their delivery stands the test for its intended purpose.

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