Teaching and Training Adults

Teaching and Training Adults

Program Code
TATA
Credential
Recognition of Achievement
Campus
BARRIE

Program requirements

  • 6 Mandatory Courses
  • 3 Optional Courses

Program Description

This program is for anyone interested in teaching and training in industry and/or an academic environment. It is designed to develop the skills and knowledge of novices and refine the skills of current practitioners. Each course emphasizes principles involved in the adult learning process. Group process, active participation, and learning by doing are stressed. The skills, ideas, expertise, and knowledge of the participants are utilized as key resources in learning about instructing adults.

Program course requirements
Course Title Course Code Equivalents Mandatory
Assessing Learning TATA0004  
Coaching TATA0009  
Developing a Course or Trainin TATA0018  
Facilitating Group Process TATA0003  
Facilitating Learning Online TATA0021  
Multi-Generational Classroom TATA0022  
Synopsis TATA0012   Mandatory
Tools for Teaching and Trainin TATA0007  
TT1: Introduction to Teaching TATA0001   Mandatory
TT2:Engaging Adult Learners TATA0002   Mandatory
TT3: Preparing a Lesson or Wor TATA0017   Mandatory
TT4: Teaching and Training Met TATA0015   Mandatory
TT5: Teaching Clinic TATA0013   Mandatory
Workplace Training TATA0008  

Additional Info

In addition to the required 8 courses, students must also complete the Student Evaluation in order to graduate. Achievement of the program learning outcomes will occur through the assessment of a lesson plan, peer and instructor feedback about lesson delivery in the Micro Teaching Clinic, and the submission of a learning synopsis.

TT1: Introduction to Teaching and Training Adults must be taken first, TT1 through TT4 must be completed prior to TT5.

It is recommended that mandatory courses be taken in the order specified, especially for individuals new to facilitating learning because the courses are sequenced toward the Micro Teaching Clinic; each course builds on the skills of the previous course.

External Recognition

Teaching and Training Adults is recognized by the Canadian Society for Training and Development (CSTD).