The Instructional and Supervisory Skills course is a comprehensive look into how you can effectively manage your workplace through leadership and initiating personal development measures for yourself and your employees.

The practical aspects of talking in front of an audience and providing training to employees can be something that can be quite daunting if you have never done it before. By undertaking this course, you can learn skills that you can use to effectively engage your audience improve work performance and build confidence in your role and also confidence in your employees.

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Course Outline
Course Code: 
TSA002
Duration: 
80 hours with access for 12 months
Delivery: 
Online
Certificate: 
Statement of achievement
Lesson Structure: 
  1. Introduction to Communication Skills:
  2. Communicating Information – learn how to analyse your audience, look at ways of overcoming your fear and determine how the use of language and the delivery of your information can affect its recipient. 
  3. Discussion – how to create an introduction; lead a discussion and the advantages and disadvantages of both. 
  4. Effective Listening – understand the difference between assimilating information and summarising key information. 
  5. Written Communication – selecting the format, structure, style and tone to write clearly and definitively. 
  6. Introduction to Instructional Technique:
  7. Instructional Qualities – Preparation for how you will appear, develop your confidence and build a rapport with your audience. Planning and tailoring your subject matter for your chosen audience and how you will deliver the information. 
  8. Delivery & Development – rehearsal, timing, constructive feedback. 
  9. Use of Questions – how to monitor progress and maintain attention for your audience and how this enhances their learning.
  10. Practical Skills – how to develop your practical skills for delivering good introductions, practical demonstrations and how to give effective praise to your audience.
  11. Introduction to Supervisory Skills:
  12. Qualities & Attributes – essential leadership qualities, SWOT analysis and action centre leadership. 
  13. Types of Leadership – the different types of leadership including transactional and transformational leadership. The leadership principles you need to know. 
  14. Development & Performance – personal development training, coaching, feedback and appraisals and how to draw from these motivational techniques for various individuals to get the best from their performance. 
Aims - the learning objectives of the course: 
  • Learn what communication is and the most effective ways to communicate with your targeted audience
  • Determine which written format is best for your work including the format, style and structure
  • Develop your confidence in addressing an audience
  • Learn how to monitor and maintain the attention of your audience
  • Realise what the essential leadership qualities are and determine if you have these through a SWOT analysis
  • Learn how to continue with personal development measures for yourself and your team