Instructor Development Course 5 Day (40 Hours)
This course was created to help organizational instructors create and teach outcome-based courses that yield students that are able to demonstrate the intended knowledge, skills, and attitudes taught. Graduates of this course are able to:
- Effectively use ice breakers
- Established meaningful ground rules and student expectations
- Apply generational learner characteristics
- Demonstrate effective classroom facilitation using the 85% Rule©
- Explain how to maximize instructional tools
- Create purposed learning activities
- Explain Blooms taxonomy
- Analyze and apply learner characteristics
- Create detailed lesson plans
- Demonstrate effective presentation skills
- Create student–centered PowerPoint presentations
- Demonstrate productive classroom management
This course was created to maintain Academy Instructor Certification (AICC) requirements under P.O.S.T. P.A.M. 1009(f)(1). The material is very well-reviewed and was created by the same instructional experts who were contracted to write the curricula for the POST Instructional Development Institute levels 3 and 4. Students learn how to design outcome-based curricula by applying the science of how people learn.
Presentation Skills 1 Day (8 Hours)
Created to maintain Academy Instructor Certification (AICC) requirements, this course enables students to hone their classroom presentations to be a more effective instructor.
Facilitation Skills 1 Day (8 Hours)
Created to maintain Academy Instructor Certification (AICC) requirements, attendees learn how to involve their students and coworkers in productive facilitated discussions that yield true take-away strategies using the 85% Rule©.
Basic Curriculum Design 1 Day (8 Hours)
Created to maintain Academy Instructor Certification (AICC) requirements, students learn how to create outcome-based curricula that applies the science of how people learn best.