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Instruction Techniques

Why Choose this Training Course?

Since the learning process is internal and cannot be directly observed, therefore, to determine if learning is occurring, we must observe changes in human behavior.  In the ever-changing operational environment, a lot of money is spent on training equipment; however the vast majority of training still needs an instructor to make it all happen. The success of our training does, therefore, rely very much on the quality of the instructors.

This interactive, applications-driven 5-day AZTech training course in Dubai will highlight the learning process and how to manage the teaching process & communication effectively, it explores one of the three main defenses against accidents & incidents, and also it establishes the proactive culture in the aviation entities. The training course will emphasize applications of real cases in aviation organizations; will focus on how to create a clearer understanding of methodology on delivering training effectively starting from pre-course preparation till the trainee’s evaluation without ignoring the performance evaluation of the training on the aviation environment.

A survey of almost 50 instructional methods will be demonstrated and almost utilized for the benefits of teaching process.

This AZTech training course will feature:

  • How to develop the art of instructing through several principles of instruction that have been developed (e.g. ICEPAC)
  • How to optimize the various learning & teaching techniques at various aviation entities
  • A freewheeling technique to generate ideas
  • How learners meet, analyze and treat a specific problem or react to a problem they have encountered
  • Almost 50 instructional methods ranging between presentation and application methods
  • The human behavior & the learning process in the complex environment and the relationships among the system components
  • How to optimize the benefits of the different training strategies and how to reduce the barriers of learning

What are the Goals?

By the end of this AZTech training course, participants will be able to:

  • Define and implement the basic rules of good instructional techniques
  • To enable candidates to raise the standard of steady effective training delivery
  • Provide the participant with the confidence to practice training delivery within a “diversity rich” environment
  • Implement common instructional methods and aids
  • Recognize and manage classroom problems
  • Identify and overcome barriers to the transfer of learning
  • Demonstrate effective instruction and facilitation
  • Assess learners and provide feedback

Who is this Training Course for?

This AZTech training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Instructors involved in the training of any discipline
  • Training specialists and managers
  • Subject matter experts with little instructional experience
  •  Airport/Airline training instructors
  • Cabin crew, flight crew, ground staff, flight attendants and pilots

How will this Training Course be Presented

This training course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. The daily Exercises, presentation and applications will be highly interactive and participative. This involves regular discussion of applications as well as hands-on exposure to aviation stakeholder’s participants using advanced teaching tools and instructional aids. Delegates are strongly encouraged to bring their own work domain. This adds greater relevancy to the content.

The Course Content

Day One: Aviation: Human Behaviour & the Learning Process

  • Human Needs and Motivation
  • Teaching the Adult Student
  • Learning Theory & Acquiring Knowledge
  • Thorndike and the Laws of Learning
  • Scenario-Based Training & Transfer of Learning
  • Practical sessions and evaluation for trainees


Day Two: Effective Communication & the Teaching Process

  • Instructor Competencies
  • Basic Elements of Communication & Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Developing Communication Skills
  • What is Teaching & Instructor’s Code of Conduct?
  • Presentation of a Lesson & Organization of Material
  • Test Preparation Material
  • Practical sessions and evaluation for trainees


Day Three: Teaching Methods, Critique Evaluation and Assessment I

  • Discussion Method & Problem-Based Learning
  • Demonstration-Performance Method & Drill and Practice Method
  • Assessment Terminology
  • General Characteristics of Effective Assessment
  • Traditional Assessment
  • Practical Sessions and Evaluation for Trainees


Day Four:  Assessment II & Planning Instructional Activity

  • Choosing an Effective Assessment Method
  • Critiques and Oral Assessments
  • Course of Training & Blocks of Learning
  • Training Syllabus & Lesson Plans
  • Scenario-Based Training (SBT)
  • Practical sessions and evaluation for trainees


Day Five:  Instructional Aids and Training Technologies & Professional Development

  • Aviation Instructor & Flight Instructor Responsibilities
  • Aviator’s Model Code of Conduct
  • Safety Practices and Accident Prevention
  • Aviation Instructors and Exams
  • Developing a Test Item Bank & Personal Minimums Checklist
  • Relationships of Decision-Making Models
  • Practical sessions and evaluation for trainees

The Certificate

  • AZTech Certificate of Completion for delegates who attend and complete the training course

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