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ATD MTP
ATD Master Trainer Program

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Course Overview

The role of the trainer has evolved
to include building consultative
partnerships, demonstrating facilitation
skills dependent on learner dynamics, and
reporting on business metrics to validate the
effectiveness of the learning solution. Aligned
to the Talent Development Capability ModelTM,
this renowned program covers the entire
process of training delivery, including purpose
and assessment, decision making, planning
and preparation, presentation and facilitation,
performance and evaluation, and business
metrics and reporting. You’ll be a part of an
online cohort and work with your facilitator
to lift the conversation about training delivery
to the master level, showcasing your ability to
adapt to learner needs. Identify where you excel
and where you have opportunities for growth.
Benefit from a structured and collaborative
learning experience and the opportunity to
assess your knowledge and skills through
discussion, practice, and skills demonstrations.

Key Takeaways

1
Diagnose your current ability in training delivery with the ATD Master Trainer self-assessment tool, the Learning Prioritization Inventory.
2
Demonstrate the ATD essential skills in training delivery, including preparing, creating a positive learning climate, facilitating learning, managing challenges, and evaluating learning.
3
Select questions to use when conducting a needs assessment to determine the need for training.
4
Apply adult learning principles and cognitive learning theory.
5
Describe various models of instructional design (ID).

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Our members and customers are professionals who help others achieve their full potential by improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the workplace. They go by many titles: talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, frontline managers, workplace learning professionals, and more. ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in organizations of all sizes and in all industry sectors. Interested in learning more about membership? You can also join a local chapter or find out about international membership.

Course Outline

INTRODUCTION
→ Introduction to Mastery
→ Learning Prioritization Inventory: Activity
→ Skills Assessment Topic Selection: Assignment
WEEK 1: PURPOSE AND ASSESSMENT
→ Conducting a Needs Assessment
→ Cultural Awareness
→ Learning Sciences
→ Principles of Adult Learning: Activity
→ Instructional Design Principles
→ Learning Objectives
→ Write Your Learning Objectives: Assignment
WEEK 2: DECISION MAKING
→ Consultative Partnerships
→ Framing Your Needs Assessment Findings: Activity
→ Decision-Making Models
→ Consulting Activity
→ Compliance and Ethics
→ Evaluating Impact
WEEK 3: PLANNING AND PREPARATION
→ The Four Dimensions of Training
→ Self-Assessment: Activity
→ Sequencing of Content
→ ROPES Outline: Assignment
→ Instructional Methods
→ Learning Methods and KSAs: Activity
→ Put It to Practice: Activity
→ Delivery Media
→ Best Practices in Global Delivery
→ Emerging Technology Case Studies: Activity
→ Copyright
→ The Power of Storytelling
→ Cultural Awareness and Inclusion
→ Effective Co-Facilitation
→ Co-Facilitation Best Practices and Lessons Learned: Activity
WEEK 4: PRESENTATION AND FACILITATION (LIVE ONLINE OR FACE-TO-FACE)
→ Facilitating Discussions and Maintaining Engagement
→ Focused Feedback
→ Feedback Models
→ Skills Practice: Creating a Positive Learning Environment: Activity
→ Overcoming Challenges of the Profession
→ Overcoming Challenging Behaviors: Activity
→ Peer-to-Peer Coaching
→ Skills Practice: Activity
→ Skills Assessment: Assignment
WEEK 5: PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION
→ Assessment Techniques
→ Linking Exercises to Learning Objectives and Performance: Activity
→ Evaluating Learning
→ Training Evaluation Levels: Activity
→ The Facilitator’s Role in Evaluating Learning: Activity
→ Self-Assessment Re-evaluation: Activity
→ Coaching and Mentoring
WEEK 6: METRICS AND REPORTING
→ Business Results
→ Change Management
→ Change Blocker Activity
→ Performance Support
→ Future Readiness and Lifelong Learning
→ Memo to Yourself: Activity
WEEKS 7 AND 8: FINAL LEARNING PROJECT
→ Business Results
→ Change Management
→ Change Blocker Activity
→ Performance Support
→ Future Readiness and Lifelong Learning
→ Memo to Yourself: Activity

Who Should Attend?

To ensure you gain the most from this advanced-level program, you must:

Have a minimum of three years in the
training and facilitating profession.

Be knowledgeable about effective training
techniques (such as managing participants,
engaging a variety of learning styles,
managing classroom challenges, and
creating a positive learning environment)
and how to apply them.

Have experience with developing engaging,
learner-centered training solutions.

Have completed a foundational ATD
certificate program, such as the ATD
Training & Facilitation Certificate (preferred,
not required).

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