Competency Based Training (CBT) Archive

Adult Learning Principles

Part of being an effective educator involves understanding how adults learn best. In the 1970s, Malcolm Knowles, anPart of being an effective educator involves understanding how adults learn best. In the 1970s, Malcolm Knowles, an American theorist of adult education, identified the following six principles of adult learning: 1.   Adults are internally motivated

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Establishing Trainee’s Characteristics

In completing the trainee’s profile, we need to know the characteristics essential in individualizing the session plan. Below are the essential trainee’s characteristics the trainer needs to gather: Characteristics of Learners What does it mean to the plan? Language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) level These greatly affect the training method you can use, as

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Understanding Adult Learners

Before we determine trainees’ characteristics, we first need to understand our trainees as adult learners. Our training is learner-centered; hence, it is essential to know them first. Our training enables adult learners attain skills for them to land a job. Teaching them requires different teaching approaches and methodologies; thus, understanding them will surely help

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Ten (10) Principles of CBT

Competency-Based Training delivery anchors in its principles. These ten (10) principles of CBT serves as ground rules for trainers and trainees. Memorize, apply and promulgate the listed principles below: Principle One:The training is based on curriculum (CBC) developed from the competency standards (CS). Principle Two:Learning is competency based or modular in structure. Principle Three:Training

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