One-on-one instruction is extremely effective when it is done correctly. However, there are many pitfalls that one must avoid — otherwise the time and effort spent in training will be useless for the trainee and frustrating for the trainer. In this workshop we demonstrate the pitfalls and provide a systematic approach to effective one-on-one instruction.
One-on one instruction, whether conducted on the job, in the lab or in the classroom is the most effective type of instruction, but only if performed correctly. Providing the proper instructional tools and techniques will provide immediate payoff to the organization, both in terms of trainee performance and utilization of training resources.
This workshop is learner oriented and highly interactive with ample opportunity to apply and practice the skills presented. A wide variety of learning activities — questionnaires, feedback devices, group discussion and exercises, participative lecture, demonstrations — are used continually throughout the day.
Participants will gain the ability to be able to:
This workshop is designed for anyone who is assigned to teach a performance-based topic or skill to one or more people on a one-on-one basis or in a small group setting.
This course has no prerequisite.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
Predictable Traps in One-on-One Instruction
Job / Task Analysis
Sequence of One-on-One Instruction
Lesson Plan for One-on-One