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Train the Trainer Is Coming Back!!!

Train the Trainer is back from the 2nd to the 13th of March 2020!!


Train the Trainer: Simulation & Assessment

International Maritime Organisation Model Short-Course 6.09/6.10 

Delivered by Jan Hedegard.

1. COURSE INFORMATION.

”Simulator Instructor Course 1”

Maximum six participants. The participants should preferably have some experience of classroom teaching as well as simulator training as an instructor.


2. PURPOSES AND GOALS.

2.1. General purpose.

To teach and practice the role of a simulator instructor while performing simulator training and

proficiency assessment.

2.2.  Purposes.

Please, see course content description below (paragraph 5).

2.3.  Goals.

Will be described when the final course content and layout are decided.


3. COURSE MAIN PARTS AND CONTENT OVERVIEW.

The course consists of the following three main parts:

C. Simulator Training & Assessment Exercises.

-  Scenario briefing

-  Scenario execution incl. assessment data collection

-  Scenario debriefing

-  Conveying individual assessment results

-  Assessment reports

Simulator & debriefing room

B. Simulator Training and Proficiency Assessment Theory.

-  Simulation process

-  Scenario construction

-  Training preparations

-  Scenario execution

-  Observation methods

-  Feedback

-  Assessment purposes

-  Assessment techniques

-  Assessment data recording

-  Interpretation of assessment data and reporting

-  Demonstrations and exercises

Classroom and simulator

A. Background Theory.

-  Purposes of training

-  The instructor

-  Construction of training

-  Classroom teaching (short overview)

-  Learning psychology

-  Interpersonal exchange

-  Attitudes

-  Human errors

-  Stress (increased workload)

-  “Difficult participants” Classroom


4. COURSE LAYOUT AND EXECUTION.

The general principle for the execution of the course is as follows:

First.....

...background theory to achieve knowledge of facts and understanding of the aspect to be trained, ...

Instructor

...followed by.....

...demonstration by video or in vivo of the aspect to be trained ...

Instructor

...and finally.....

...practical application of the aspect to be trained in a classroom and simulator


Please email manager@maritimesimualtion.com.au for any more information or to sign up for the course!!


**This course comes highly recommended by previous participants and has limited places.**



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