Adult Learning Facilitators are volunteers — just like you — who provide learning opportunities for Girl Scout leaders and volunteers in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, High Awards, Outdoor Skills, and much, much more. Help volunteers build a safe space for girls to thrive in leadership by becoming an Adult Learning Facilitator. Attend a Facilitating Adult Learning Course 2.
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The objective of this Facilitating adult learning course is to assist delegates to recruit and select new staff members for defined positions within an organisation or the personnel recruitment industry. Persons credited with this unit standard will be able to prepare, recruit and select suitable candidates according to ability and potential within an organisation and through the personnel recruitment industry. This module is based on outcomes based learning principles where delegates are responsible for their own learning with support available when required.
In general, each credit represents approximately 10 hours of study time. Whether courses are delivered online, on paper or a mixture of both, there may also be components such as workshops, noho marae, work experience and practicum to participate in. To find out what your course involves check the course information page.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Basic book including theory and some practice. Useful for beginning study of the subject.
A facilitator makes a choice of a method to use in a given situation depending on a number of factors that determine which method is suitable and which is not. It is useful for a facilitator to be able to use a variety of methods so as to make an appropriate choice for every situation. This topic will for this reason introduce a number of methods suitable for adult learners, taking into account factors affecting the selection of each method.
Search How to Titles Subjects Organizations. Unit Two: Facilitating Adult Learning introduction Purpose: This Unit is to enable the functional adult literacy instructors and supervisors to appreciate the methods which are being recommended for the adult literacy activities, it is to help them know that methods are in response to the characteristics of adult learners. It is also to give them a practical structure for adult learning and introduce them in a general way to the various methods and techniques of helping adults learn.
Can be completed in two semesters, depending on intensity of study and course availability. School of Education. Graduate Certificate in Facilitating Adult Learning.
Speck notes that the following important points of adult learning theory should be considered when professional development activities are designed for educators:. Adults will commit to learning when the goals and objectives are considered realistic and important to them. Application in the 'real world' is important and relevant to the adult learner's personal and professional needs.