The Open Training College is now accepting applications to the Level 6 Special Purpose Award, Training and Development course, commencing either in Summer or Autumn 2017.
This twelve week programme provides participants with the tools to identify training needs and design, plan, deliver and evaluate quality and engaging training.
The course, delivered in Dublin, is aimed at qualified practitioners who wish to pursue a career as a trainer. The course is aimed at individuals, including Support Workers, already involved in designing and delivering training as part of a project; and team leaders, supervisors and managers required to plan, delivery and/or evaluate training in their workplace.
You can choose from two courses scheduled for either Summer or Autumn 2017.
Training and Development course details:
Module 1 – Training Needs Identification and Design (15 credits) QQI /FET Level 6 Component Certificate 6N3325: 2-day workshop.
Module 2 – Training Delivery and Evaluation (15 credits) QQI /FET Level 6 Component Certificate 6N3326: 3-day workshop.
- Summer - workshop dates: July 7th, 21st (TNID) and Aug 4th, 11th, 18th (TDE)
Assignment due: Sept 18th
- Autumn - workshop dates: Oct 13th,27th (TNID) and Nov 10th, 17th, 24th (TDE)
Assignment due: Dec 23rd or Jan 15th
In the OTC, we provide affordable accredited training to people in the disability, community, voluntary and non-profit sectors but we do more than simply that. We offer the opportunity to learn in a way that works for people who work in these sectors allowing our students to gain valuable qualifications while balancing work and life commitments.
For training to work, it must be practical, professional, accredited and relevant but, most of all, it needs to be student-centred. It has to allow people pursue their personal and professional goals in a way that reflects the realities of their lives, where trying to balance work, life and learning is easy to say but not always easy to do.
Our approach to training – built on 25+ years of collaboration between ourselves, our students and the more than 220 organisations we work with – does this and has created a unique environment in which people can learn and work together in ways that make a real difference.