CITF Class Registration


Workforce Education 471 - Training in Business and Industry

REGISTER FOR CLASS:At Least 45 Days in Advance


Classes that do not meet the Minimum Attendance Requirements 45 days in advance will be cancelled.


The minimum participants for this course is: 5

PREREQUISITES: Workforce Education (WFED 105), Workforce Education 106 (WFED 106), Workforce Education 207 (WFED 207), and Workforce Education 270 (WFED 270)

3 Day, Plus, Distance Learning Lessons Course 

Appraisal of training functions and development of competencies I work analysis, design, development, delivery, and evaluation of training. WFED 471 does not include any exams, as students are better assessed through actual application of the concepts and procedures. As a result of successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Define key terms relevant to Workplace Learning and Performance (WLP)
  • Identify current instructional methods and media
  • Trace the roots of WLP and apply to the American Dream
  • Compare pedagogy and andragogy
  • Evaluate their own competencies within the Models for HRD Practice
  • Identify the seven major roles of WLP Professionals
  • Explain the difference between values and ethics
  • Identify trends that may have an effect on their organization
  • Define human performance; - Explain the comprehensive performance analysis model
  • Apply learning, instructing, and instructional planning to adult learners
  • Compare employee development, education, and training
  • Review a research article
  • Describe approaches to identify issues, problems; * Correlate the effect that higher level learning objectives have on the outcomes within the affective, cognitive, and psychomotor domains
  • Explain norm-referenced and criterion-referenced tests
  • Perform a preliminary analysis for market research within their own organization
  • Describe evaluations occurring before, during, and after performance improvement interventions
  • Identify the role that most closely represents their own duties
  • Develop their professional development action plan

This workshop also contains a series of distance learning lessons that must be completed to receive credit for the workshop. Upon completion of this course, you will receive 3 credits from Penn State University. These credits can be applied to a bachelors degree in vocational education. This course is part of the UBC Instructor Certification program.


Tech Coordinator: Alfonso Bastidos


Sessions

  • 1/27/2020 - 1/29/2020 (15 of 16 seats available - registrations close on 12/13/2019) register!
  • 6/23/2020 - 6/25/2020 (16 of 16 seats available - registrations close on 5/9/2020) register!