On-the-job instruction (OJI) is the most effective form of training, specifically because it occurs in the environment in which the job or task is performed. However, too often its value is lost due to lack of proper preparation by the trainer and ineffective instructional techniques. This workshop provides the tools and techniques for assuring that the desired learning occurs. A step-by-step process for the design, preparation and implementation of OJI is presented and practiced in the classroom.
This workshop is highly interactive with extensive application of course content to the student’s own OJI projects. Course content is delivered through participative lectures, full and small-group discussions and demonstrations.
Participants will gain the ability to be able to:
This workshop is designed for anyone who is responsible for teaching a performance-based task or skill to one or more people in a job setting.
This course has no prerequisite.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
Overview of the design process
Preparing instructional objectives
Performing job and task analysis
Sequencing of Instruction
Preparing Lesson Plans