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WFED 471 - Training in Business & 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: Brian Connearney


* This workshop is not scheduled at this time. Please contact your local training center to request to be added to the UBC International Training Center wait list. The class will be scheduled at first opportunity when class minimums are met.