I started to write it but could not finish it. My project is based on tracking patient with
abnormal PAPs. The way i would stay you can be teach this is with Instructor-Led training.
what I started :With ever program change there is training that must be involved for the program to be successful. The training that will be needed for my program should be done in groups. Each group will be based on their job title. One training style is instructor-led trainings, with instructor lead training it will help keep everyone focused on the objective.
Classroom or instructor-led training (ILT) is delivered by an instructor to an audience of learners who are present in the classroom or connected via AV technology. Development of ILT content requires the least amount of work hours, averaging around 100 hours of development per hour of delivered instructional content (Kapp & Defelice, 2009), but does not include time needed to prepare the information technology for training. Development of instructional content can include resources, such as manuals and handouts, the facilitator guide, sign-in sheets, learner exercises and scenarios, class evaluations, and notes pages.
ILT provides a kinetic learner experience, which requires both computer hardware and a training database that mirrors the actual information-technology environment. ILT provides an opportunity for learners to interact and ask questions during the training process and can be a useful tool for change management (Celia & Rebelo, 2015). ILT is often the most expensive training-delivery method; costs include, not only trainer and material costs, but also end user wages, technology, and facilities. Costs for ILT include:
Trainers. Trainers are responsible for the delivery of ILT, and spend time in learner assessment, preparation for training, and formative and summative training evaluation, and may also be accountable for training development, communication, and scheduling.
Support staff. Support staff may be used for printing, collating, and preparation of training materials for each class session, scheduling and tracking end users, and managing class attendance, room logistics, and any refreshments for the class.
End users. Employees attending ILT may be salaried or hourly. With careful scheduling, salary costs for training may be paid as a regular workday. Scheduled development should be flexible so that overtime is avoided for hourly employees. Training schedules should be published far enough in advance so that managers and supervisors can plan for training needs and replacement staff.
Technology. A training classroom that mimics the real information-technology environment will include computer monitors, keyboards, and other equipment for each end user in the class. In addition, each learner will need access to any peripheral devices such as bar-code scanners. This equipment may need to be purchased or leased for training purposes, and costs will include the time and labor for set up and testing.
Replacement staff. Coverage is needed for patient care or other duties while a regularly scheduled employee is attending training. Salary costs for training will include both the replacement employee performing patient care, and the employee attending training.
Facilities. Organizations may not have the available facilities to host ILT classes that would support a quality learning experience. Space may need to be acquired at off-site locations, such as hotel training rooms or conference centers. Costs for these facilities, which may require daily setup and cleanup, are included in training costs.
Materials. Learners attending ILT may be supported with binders, paper manuals, handouts, assessments, job aids, and evaluation forms. Training-material needs must be identified, stock ordered, and the final product prepared for classroom use.
Instructional designers. The design and development of training may be performed by instructional designers, who are specialists in instructional and learning theory, and training best practices. Instructional designers work with subject-matter experts to develop training content and materials so that trainers deliver the content. Costs for training-materials development by professional instructional designers may be less than the costs associated with paying high-salary healthcare staff to perform this function.Discussion Question:
Discuss what training programs are needed for the technology required for your final presentation topic. Consider what training to provide to new employees and what on-going training may be necessary.
Your initial posting should be at least 400 words in length and utilize at least one scholarly source other than the textbook.