The purpose of the course is to help participants to apply the planning and controlling work process into their work in order to achieve positive results. It also provides necessary tools for this process. At the end of the course, participants will be able to use basic planning and controlling work tools. In particular, participants will be able to:
- Describe the planning and controlling work process.
- Organize individual work effectively when dealing with multiple tasks.
- Plan for a team project.
- Apply controlling and monitoring techniques.
- Plan and control work when sources are shared with others.
||The course uses a problem-based methodology in order to engage participants actively in the learning process. During the course, the trainer will act as a facilitator, using interactive learning methods to help participants to share their experiences and learn through participation in activities such as group discussions, case studies, role-playing, and games.
Our training design and delivery is based on the Kolb learning model. This model accommodates all type of learners and responds to questions “why”, “what”, “how”, and “what if”. Once participants are trained, they take home a complete set of skills. AHG will utilize the GLOSS, EASE, FEED, and OFF training delivery formulas. GLOSS focuses on motivating and stimulating learners; EASES on explanation, activities, and demonstration; FEED on providing feedback to learners; and OFF on evaluating the learning objectives, connecting learners to future trainings, and formally closing the training session.