Profession ICT trainer
ICT trainers conduct training-needs analysis and design programs to train students in the use of software packages and information systems accordingly. They produce and update existing training materials (content and method), deliver effective training in classroom, online or informally, monitor, evaluate and report effectiveness of training. They maintain and update expertise on specialised ICT subjects and evaluate and report on students' performance.
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- Training subject expertise
The topic, content and methods of the training, acquired by doing research and following training courses.
The discipline that concerns the theory and practice of education including the various instructional methods for educating individuals or groups.
- Keep up to date with subject knowledge
Gather the latest information on the know-how which is related to the subject of the training process.
- Create SCORM packages
Develop educational packages for e-learning platforms using the Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) standard.
- Create training materials
Develop and compile training items and resources according to didactical methods and training needs and using specific types of media.
- Develop digital educational materials
Create resources and instructional materials (e-learning, educational video and audio material, educational prezi) using digital technologies to transfer insight and awareness in order to improve learners’ expertise.
- Plan learning curriculum
Organise content, form, methods and technologies for delivery of study experiences that occur during educational effort which leads to gaining learning outcomes.
- Evaluate training
Assess the realisation of the training's learning outcomes and goals, the quality of teaching, and give transparent feedback to the trainers and trainees.
- Give live presentation
Deliver a speech or talk in which a new product, service, idea, or piece of work is demonstrated and explained to an audience.
- Apply teaching strategies
Employ various approaches, learning styles, and channels to instruct students, such as communicating content in terms they can understand, organising talking points for clarity, and repeating arguments when necessary. Use a wide range of teaching devices and methodologies appropriate to the class content, the learners' level, goals, and priorities.
- Organise training
Make the necessary preparations to conduct a training session. Provide equipment, supplies and exercise materials. Ensure the training runs smoothly.
- Design web-based courses
Create web-based training and instruction courses using dynamic and static online tools to deliver learning outcomes to the audience of the course. Web tools used here can include streaming video and audio, live internet broadcasts, information portals, chatrooms and bulletin boards.