Planning and designing a micro training session. You are to Design, Deliver, and Evaluate a group training event based on organisational case study lasting 20 minutes. The group size could be between 4 and 6 students depending on group size
HR 5009 Assessment
There will be two-part assessments on this module
a) Practical Assessment: up to 20 minutes maximum – 50% weighting.
b) Written Assessment 1000 word individual reflection based on training event – 50% weighting.
Assessment 1: Details & Requirements
You are to Design, Deliver, and Evaluate a group training event based on organisational case study lasting 20 minutes. The group size could be between 4 and 6 students depending on group size. Acting in the capacity of trainers, you are asked to deliver a 20 minute learning event to the other students in the class. You should aim to teach them a new skill, or to develop an existing skill or give them new knowledge in a business or management related area. Each group will be given a Learning Event Preparation Form which asks for the names of group members, the title and the learning objectives of the session.
Students will have developed their skills and understanding in:
o planning and designing a micro training session
o writing learning objectives
o using a range of methods and techniques to ensure effective learning
o constructing a simple evaluation tool to assess the learners’ experience of the event
o working effectively in a team Training event requirements:
Each group should:
1. plan and design a session of a maximum of 20 minutes
2. specify its training objectives for the event
3. deliver a session which includes some element of group or individual participation (eg a structured discussion, an exercise, a case study etc)
4. use audio visual aids as appropriate, including at least one handout
5. devise a simple evaluation tool to obtain feedback from the learners about the session
Part B: Details & Requirements Reflective account (1000 words)
You are required to submit via Turnitin, in the usual manner, a reflective report of 1000 words based on the training event, detailing your skills development and lessons learnt. You should include the following key points in your reflective account
• Discussion of key considerations when planning your training event and the professional behaviours required of trainer.
• You should reflect on the key learning you have gained from contributing to a training event. How has this activity shaped your knowledge as a future Learning and development professional?
• How has this activity shaped and improved your strategic understanding of developing a training intervention?
• You should reference relevant academic material in your reflective statement e.g. learning needs and learning styles literature.
• Your reflective statement should NOT just be a review of the challenges encountered in your team.
• You should reflect on how you were able to manage your own time and co-ordinate and contribute to the training - what have you learnt about your core competencies from this activity. You are allowed to include appendices that will not count towards the word-count but you must make sure that these are either numerical or graphical in nature, and NOT textual. The deadline for the submission of the reflective essay is xxxxx 2020. ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS Structure You have been asked to produce an essay, which should contain the following:
• Contents Page
• Main body, which should also be organised under appropriate headings.
• Word count; excluding contents page, appendices and reference list Presentation Your work should be word processed in accordance with the following:
• Font style, Ariel or Calibri, font size 12
• 1.5 line spacing.
• The page orientation should be ‘portrait’
• Margins on both sides of the page should be no less than 2.5 cm
• Pages must be numbered
• Your name must not appear on the script.
• Your student number must be included on every page.
We strongly suggest that you try to submit all coursework by the deadline set as meeting deadlines will be expected in employment. However, in our regulations, UEL has permitted students to be able to submit their coursework up to 24 hours after the deadline. The deadline is published in this module guide. Coursework which is submitted late, but within 24 hours of the deadline, will be assessed but subjected to a fixed penalty of 5% of the total marks available (as opposed to marks obtained). If you submit twice, once before the deadline and once during the 24 hour late period, then the second submission will be marked and 5% deducted. This rule only applies to coursework. It does not apply to examinations, presentations, performances, practical assessments or viva voce examinations. If you miss these for a genuine reason, then you will need to apply for extenuating circumstances, or accept that you will receive a zero mark. Resubmission of assessment Those students who were not able – due to extenuating circumstances – to take the group assessment for this module and have applied and been granted permission to sit this assessment will be given an individual task. Also, those students who failed their group assessment and need to re-sit it on an individual basis will be given an individual assessment to submit.
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