Well, don't worry. You're in the right place. This learning path will help you make sure that all of your learners' needs are met and you, ninja in training, will also get to keep your sanity intact.
By following this curriculum you will be able to: Adapt instructional content or delivery methods for different levels of learners, and develop alternative training methods if expected improvements are not seen.
One training class might contain a CEO, a frontline employee, someone from the finance department, another trainer and 6 engineers (who are all new hires). They may all have varying tenure and experience. Someone in your class might be hearing or sight impaired. How do you change your style to ensure everyone meets objectives and gains what they need from your instruction? While training adults, you may also encounter several different personality types in a training class. You may be training people who are older or younger than you, or who have had more than one career in more than one field by the time they enter your virtual or live classroom. Preparing to manage the difficult learners you may encounter is a priceless skill.
Whether you are meeting face to face or virtually, the space you meet in is key to your learners' success. Also key is the ability to be fast and flexible when technology issues arise, like when it's the morning of your first class and you have no projector, or no Internet...
The needs of adult learners were defined by Malcolm Knowles, and being familiar with those needs can rocket your ninja skills to the top of the chart.
Class is over. The evaluations are in. Half your class failed. What do you do next? Here are some out of the box, easy to use methods for when a learner is really struggling or really exceeding expectations.