I. Fundamental principles in training and development

  1. Pre-training planning:
    • Identifying and analyzing training needs.
    • Creating training plans and implementing them.
  2. Learner profiling.
  3. Experienced internal instructor styles.
  4. Training objectives.
  5. Training methods.
  6. Training content and materials.
  7. Tools and equipment required for the training process.
  8. Theory test completion.

II. Presentation skills

  1. Getting acquainted with participants:
    • Welcoming participants.
    • Allowing participants to introduce themselves.
    • Understanding participants’ expectations for the course.
  2. Establishing classroom rules.
  3. Clarifying the course objectives.
  4. Introducing the content.
  5. Opening the lesson.
  6. Professional teaching skills:
    • Instructor competence requirements.
    • The process of professional delivery.
    • Instructional control.
    • Active teaching methods.
    • Necessary skills.

III. Classroom management

  1. Situation management:
    • Overcrowded class.
    • Underparticipating class.
    • Passive class.
  2. Time management and proper allocation.
  3. Student management.

IV. Interaction between instructors and students

  1. Preparing before the start of the class.
  2. Creating teams and groups within the classroom.
  3. Training methods and techniques:
    • Inductive and interpretive methods.
    • Body language, postures, and interaction positions with students.
    • Listening and questioning techniques.
    • Summarization and linking techniques.
  4. Student assessment:
    • Test design methods.
    • Evaluation forms.
    • Testing and evaluation results.

V. Developing teaching materials

  1. Lecture slides:
    • Principles and methods of slide design.
    • Considerations on font size, color, illustrative images, background color.
    • Creating links, effects, and animations.
  2. Textbooks:
    • Content
    • Format.
  3. Presentation tools and props.

VI. Teaching practice

  1. Preparation and design of a 20-minute lecture.
  2. Teaching practice.
  3. Evaluation and feedback from instructors.
  4. Overall assessment of students throughout the course.
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