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UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS

Faculty of Arts and Letters


Espana, Manila
COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Title
Course Credit
Duration
Faculty

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Training and Development


3 units
1 Semester
Maria Vida G. Caparas, Ph.D.

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course describes training as a development intervention
geared
towards
human
empowerment
and
organizational
effectiveness. It presents a practical guide on how to develop training
programs which will be responsive to the needs of any organization.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:
1) Fully comprehend the relevance of training as a development
intervention and as the teaching arm of human resources
development;
2) Illustrate the importance of Training and Development as it
helps in the transformation of both the organization and
individual person; and
3) Apply the principles of Training and Development in the
empowerment process.
METHODOLOGIES:
The following will be employed as training techniques:
Lecture
Simulation
Autoscopy

Team tasks
Brainstorming
Business Games
Workshops

COURSE OUTLINE
The following topics will be tackled:
I.
The Training System
Training and Human Resource
Development
Training, Development and Education
Training for Empowerment
II.

The Trainer
The Trainer as an Authentic Leader
Qualities of an Effective Trainer
Keys to Effective Presentations

III.

Instructional Methodologies of the Training Specialist


Andragogy vs. Pedagogy
Adult Learning Principles and Conditions
Special Tools and Techniques in Training

IV.

Training Needs Assessment


Main Objectives of Training Needs Assessment
Training Needs Analysis as a Process
Determination and Prioritization of Training Needs

V.

Designing Training Programs


Preparation of Training Modules
Drafting a Training Course Design

VI.

Implementing and Managing the Training Program


Administration and Logistics
-- Selection of Venue
-- Selection of Qualified Facilitators
-- Resource Persons
-- The Team Approach
-- Documentation Scheme
-- Echo Scheme
-- Administrative and Operational Aspects of Training

GRADING SYSTEM
Prelims:
Autoscopy
Quiz
Preliminary Examination

20%
30%
50%
-----100%

Pre-Final:
Conduct of TNA
Conduct of Training
Class Evaluation
Group Grade

Final Grade =

30%
35%
35%
_________
100%

Prelim Grade + Pre-Final Grade


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SELECTED REFERENCES & READINGS LIST:


Broad, Mar L. and Newstrom, John W. Transfer of Training: Action-Packed
Strategies to Ensure High Pay-off from Training Investments.
Massachusetts: Adison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc. 1992.
Ellis, Steven K. How to Survive a Training Assignment: A Practical Guide for
the New, Part-Time or Temporary Trainer. Massachusetts: AddisonWesley Publishing Company, Inc., 1992.
Franco, Ernesto A. Training: A How-to-Book for Trainers and Teachers.
Quezon City: Center for Development Management and Productivity,
The Franco Institute and National Bookstore, Inc., 1991.
Ortigas, Carmela D. Training for Empowerment. Quezon City: Ateneo de
Manila University, 1993.

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