Session 1 May 27- 31, 2013
Session 2 September 2 -7
Datuk Atikah Adom spent 28 years in BSN. Her career in the banking industry culminated in her assuming the roles of Director of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs, Director of BSN Finance and Director of Permodalan BSN Berhad. She has had good international exposure through active participation and representation in overseas conferences, marketing exchange programs through the ISBI (International Savings Banks Institute, Geneva/Brussels) and Bank Bumiputra Malaysia Berhad in London. Datuk Atikah currently presents workshops/ seminars on numerous topics with regard to projecting and enhancing good corporate image to an impressive list of corporate clientele. She brings a wealth of experience to her instruction and demonstrates etiquette concepts with plenty of real life examples. The principles introduced in the seminar are transferable between business and social situations.
With over 30 years of working experience and her exposure in the corporate and with NGOs she has been associated with; Datuk Atikah now lends her experience to these organizations. What Datuk Atikah does best is help people build their own personal brand through seminars and courses in Social and Corporate Etiquette, Effective Communications and Motivational Seminars in Government, Corporate and NGOs.
Datuk Atikah has a Bachelors Degree (Hons) in Sociology and Anthropology.
Dr. Asma Abdullah is a free lance consultant, intercultural specialist, author and facilitator. She conducts regular training and facilitates meetings on human resource development topics, intercultural and cross cultural management, corporate culture, teambuilding and negotiating for both public & private sector organizations. She is also a regular speaker at conferences and a part time lecturer at the Graduate School of Management, UPM and the University of Nottingham, KL campus. Dr. Asma was also recently appointed Adjunct Professor at Universiti Utara Malaysia. Dr. Asma holds a Bachelor of Arts and Diploma in Education from Monash University, Melbourne, Masters in Educational Technology from University of Southern California in Los Angeles, Masters in Counseling Education from University Malaya and a Doctorate in Social Anthropology from Universiti Kebangsaan, Bangi, Malaysia. She has also authored 3 books Understanding the Malaysian Workforce, Going Glocal published by Malaysian Institute of Management and Understanding Multicultural Malaysia by Pearson-Prentice Hall. Dr Asma was with Maktab Rendah Sains MARA and more than 22 years in ExxonMobil, Malaysia in human resource development.
Puan Masitah Babjan has served more than 15 years in corporate organizations and enthusiastically supports leaders and managers committed to make meaningful contributions to their personal, business and community success. Although trained as an engineer, her experience also include areas in human resources development, facilitation, training and consulting gained from her corporate exposure in a government linked company (GLC) and a multinational oil and gas corporation(MNC). She currently focuses on corporate training and facilitation of workshops on leadership and management development. Her special interest lies in the areas of innovation & visual thinking, intercultural management and work-life coaching retreats for management executives and business leaders. She engages participative learning approaches in her workshops, incorporating creative expressions and graphic facilitation techniques. She is also adapt at using Idea Mapping as a creative management thinking tool and conducts such workshops regularly.
Encik Aziz Kassim is a Certified Learning Agent and Trainer, a Certified and trained Life, Business, Corporate, Executive and Leadership Coach from University of Malaya, International Institute of Coaching Studies and Leadership University, USA, has hundreds of coaching, training and speaking engagements and consulting hours to his credit in varied areas of personal, professional, businesses and industries as well as community work. He was featured live on RTM TV1 & 2, as Resident Consultant sharing his views and experiences on personal, professional, organizational, corporate and business development issues. He is a Chartered Accountant, a Member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants, and an MBA holder from The Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, UK. His working experience in a large GLC and later in a medium size PLC, his own personal experience as an entrepreneur, his hands-on practical know-how of what works, speak for itself. He is a sought after facilitator, and speaker by public, private, as well as government bodies and agencies.
BACKGROUND In a recent survey of training needs conducted with technical trainers at CIAST, the following challenges were identified as areas of development in order to enhance their effectiveness in training sessions: Gaining confidence and experience in delivering their training
Having a good knowledge of the subject matter being taught
Enhancing key competencies in planning, designing, conducting and evaluating learning sessions
Responding with confidence to questions from students
Being creative in attracting students attention
In addition, the respondents also identified the availability of teaching materials, skills acquisition, and attitudes of students towards learning - to be vital in enhancing their competency levels. Most important is for them to equip their students to be well-prepared for the industry upon graduation. The survey also highlighted the need for trainers to be informed on the state of available technologies that are being used in various types of industry so that they are able to assist their technical trainees enhance their assimilation of new knowledge. In gaining the attention of their students, trainers need to acquire knowledge and skills in finding new and creative ways of learning, training and facilitation.
To enhance their learning approaches technical trainers have to incorporate a variety of presentation and facilitation techniques so as to maintain a high level of interest among their students. By so doing they would be able to increase their confidence levels. This 5 day course- cum- workshop will enable technical trainers at CIAST to be aware of their competency levels in planning, designing, developing and evaluating their learning and training methodologies which will incorporate various forms of highly interactive, and facilitative activities to encourage participant involvement and student centered learning activities.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
Be aware and explain the various levels of learning competency
Acquire knowledge and explain concepts, theories and models on Integrative Learning (Whole Brain learning, Multiple Intelligences)
Apply skills in visual facilitation and classroom management
Integrate what they have learned as part of their day to day teaching and learning approaches
Issues dan cabaran yang
anda hadapi di tempat
anda mengenai kursus ini
b Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
9.00 am 10.30am Morning Coffee at 1030
Introduction Ice breaker Profiling: 4Fs 5 stages in ADDIE Model
Recap Stage 2: Design 4 levels of Learning Competency model
Recap Stage 4: Implement Ted Style talk Presentation skills
Recap Open Space World Cafe
Practicum Team 2 Practicum Team 3
10.45am -1 pm
-Lunch at 1 pm
Issues and challenges at each Stage Expectations Faculty experience: Life of a trainer
Gagne Learning Outcomes Writing Objectives
Ted Style talk Presentation skills
Practicum Team 4
2.15 pm -3.30 pm Afternoon tea at 3.30 pm
Stage 1: Analyse Homeroom groups Groups conduct training Feedback
Stage 3: Develop Faculty Experience: Whole Brain Approach Multiple Intelligence
Stage 5: Evaluate 4 levels of evaluation
Practicum Team 5
4.00 pm 5.30 pm
Assignments: Team assignment on Practicum Flyer Communication skills ala TED talk
VAK Coaching style Mentoring style Experiential learning cycle Homework
Facilitation Techniques Graphics ORID
Practicum Team 1
Evaluation Closing Feedback Certificate
WORKSHOP AGENDA: September 2-7, 2013
METHODOLOGY The program would take a learner-centered, experiential learning, interactive and practical approach, incorporating experiential and highly facilitative techniques of World Caf, Open Space Technology, group discussions/exercises, presentations, situational activities, real life case studies and role- plays which employs a variety of learning methodology.
Teamwork based on ADDIE model (45 mins) Topic: A training session in class on a skill you want to impart to learners Develop a brochure to advertise the training session
Individual presentation ala Ted talk style (5 mins) Topic: Technical artifact / hobby/ When: Day 3
Most creative group gets a prize
Whole Brain Thinking and Learning
4 Phases of Learning Competency
5 Principles of Adult Learning
Basic Assumptions About Learning
Influence of Culture on Learning
5 Stages in Learning and Training