Participants will acquire knowledge, skills, and behaviors through small group hands-on experiences and large group presentations. Upon completion, participants will be able to develop competency-based instructional materials such as Competency Profiles, Learning Guides, Learning Aids, Job Aids, Modules, Curriculum Guides, and Lesson Plans. One-on-one mentoring with a trained team leader is provided throughout the workshop.
These materials will be useful for secondary and post-secondary career and technical education, business and industry training, and government agencies’ training programs.
At the end of the workshop, participants will have developed two learning packages that incorporate the SCID methodology and are ready to use right away.
SCID participants learn:
- Procedures for training needs assessment
- Specific procedures for task verification
- Specific procedures for standard task analysis
- Factors to consider in designing instructional programs
- Guidelines for developing learning objectives
- Guidelines for developing instructional media
- Procedures for developing learning objectives
- Procedures for developing performance measures
- Key components of a training program plan
- Procedures for developing learning guides/aids
- Procedures for identifying existing materials
- Specific procedures for conducting field tests and field critiques
- Procedures for formative and summative program evaluation.