Utah Department of Public Safety

Emergency Management - Training - Instructional Delivery Skills

Instructional Delivery Skills (G265)

The purpose of this 2-day course is to prepare the participant to assist with State-delivered emergency management training. It provides a foundation from which participants can develop or enhance their instructional delivery skills within a classroom setting. This course is not designed to teach how to design training. Rather, the focus of this course is how to present an existing lesson plan or training materials.

At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • List the qualities of effective performance-based training.
  • Describe the fundamental principles of adult learning.
  • Identify the preparation steps for conducting a training session.
  • Describe the quality of effective presenters.
  • Distinguish between presentation and facilitation.
  • Describe how interpersonal skills are applied in a training setting.
  • Identify the techniques used to manage classroom interactions.
  • Describe how to assess training and make continuous improvements.
  • Demonstrate the ability to present a lesson plan.

Selection

Criteria: Members of State and local emergency management disciplines. Recommended for members of Federal, State, Tribal, and local emergency management disciplines who assist in the teaching of FEMA- or State-developed classroom training.

Prerequisites:

Required: Must have responsibility for teaching a portion of a FEMA- or State-developed course.

Completion of IS-265, Basic Instructional Skills course.

Course Length: 2 days
CEUs: .2

To register for this course go to: U-Train

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