Part 1: Draft Topic.
A draft topic and objectives for your training and development plan.
Part 2: Actual Presentation
Assess the Draft Training Proposal and peer feedback you received in Week Two, and finalize the topic and objectives for your training program. In a 20- to 25-slide PowerPoint presentation, not including the title and references slides:
Conduct a needs assessment for your proposed training program. This should include both a person and a task analysis.
Develop SMART [Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely] training objectives based on the needs assessment and any assumptions you may need to make.
Create an original, detailed training proposal. This should include:
A title and description of the program.
A discussion of training methods to be used, and a rationale [justification] for using them, based on training theory.
Proposed instructors and the reason for using them.
A tentative training outline.
A tentative list and description of training materials needed.
Develop a plan for evaluation of training effectiveness including both short-term and long-term evaluation where appropriate.