Difference Between Training & Learning

Training is the conscious and planned process of transferring knowledge, skills and attitudes to others. The concept of transfer here is critical, as is the element of planning. Learning is the processing and assimilation of what we hear, see or experience that alters or improves our knowledge, skills and attitudes. The combination of knowledge, skills […]

ACTA – CU 3A: DESIGN AND DEVELOP A WSQ FACILITATED TRAINING PROGRAMME

CU 3A: DESIGN AND DEVELOP A WSQ FACILITATED TRAINING PROGRAMME This unit covers the systematic process of understanding the parameters of a training programme. It provides you with the tools and methods to design a training programme. It also guides you through the principles and practice of developing training materials. The techniques needed to evaluate […]

ACTA – CU2: APPLY ADULT LEARNING PRINCIPLES AND CODE OF ETHICS RELATING TO TRAINING

CU2: APPLY ADULT LEARNING PRINCIPLES AND CODE OF ETHICS RELATING TO TRAINING This unit helps you understand adult learners and their characteristics. It presents a range of key learning theories to help you explore your philosophical orientation towards learning and teaching. The process is further supported by a discussion of related issues including motivation, retention […]

ACTA – CU1 – INTERPRET THE SINGAPORE WORKFORCE SKILLS QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK

CU 1: INTERPRET THE SINGAPORE WORKFORCE SKILLS QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK This unit provides a firm foundation for the rest of the programme. It builds up your knowledge of the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) system, a national platform for continuing education and training in Singapore. It specifies the competencies required of an individual to interpret the […]