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Within the framework of the TRAINPOST distance-learning programme, which is based on a simpler and more user-friendly training approach, the Universal Postal Union (UPU) offers the participant trainees several important courses in the programme. One of them is dealing with Course Designers . This course is made up of thirteen modules.
This course is a Guide for all the main actors in the TRAINPOST Programme - Training Managers, Course Developers, and instructors. It describes, in two parts, a set of procedures for:
           - The Development of Training Programmes
                                                   and
           - The Design of Modular Courses within such programmes.


NOTE  : The learner may choose the language in which to follow the courses (Arabic, English, French or Spanish), via the relevant home page.

 
 
 
  Introduction of the course
    - General aims
- Course duration
- Entry requirements
   
  Module 1 : Introduction
    Section 1 :Introduction
   
  Module 2 : The Training Development Model
    Section 1 : The Training Development Model
     
  Module 3 : Analysis of Operational Problems
    Section 1 : Training and Operational Management
    Section 2 : Problem Analysis Checklist
     
  Module 4 : Training Strategies
    Section 1 : Goal of the Training
    Section 2 : Upgrading existing training
    Section 3 : Strategy for Choice
    Section 4 : Checklists for Choice of Training solution
   
  Module 5 : Implementation
    Section 1 : Special Needs of Modular Courses
    Section 2 : Organisational Development in Training
     
  Module 6 : Post-Training Evaluation
    Section 1 : The Cycle of Evaluation
    Section 2 : How to do Post-Course Evaluation
    Section 3 : Management and Evaluation of Training Development
   
  Module 7 : Design of a Modular Course - Overview
    Section 1 : Five Steps to the Validated STP
     
  Module 8 : Job Analysis
    Section 1 : Breakdown of a Job
    Section 2 : Classes of Skill, Knowledge and Attitude (S/K/A)
    Section 3 : How to Carry Out a Job Study
   
  Module 9 : The DACUM Session
    Section 1 : The DACUM Session
     
  Module 10 : Design of the Curriculum
    Section 1 : Goal of the Training
    Section 2 : Mastery Tests and Progress Tests
    Section 3 : Grouping of Objectives Into Modules
     
  Module 11 : Design of Modules
    Section 1 : Module Preliminaries
    Section 2 : Adjusting the Instructional Sequence to the S/K/A
    Section 3 : Media
    Section 4 : How to Work on Module Design
     
  Module 12 : Production and Developmental testing
    Section 1 : Developmental Testing
    Section 2 : Design of Printed Material
    Section 3 : Coding of Printed Material
   
  Module 13 : Validation and Revision
    Section 1 : The Criterion of Validity
    Section 2 : Diagnosis of Course Deficiencies
     
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