Adult Learning Module 1: Delivery Skills

Adult Learning Modules

These classes help trainers meet the 12 hours of training about adult learning required for trainer approval in Minnesota. You must complete both Adult Learning Modules 1 and 2 to meet this requirement. For more information about trainer approval requirements, see the Trainer Approval Process Guide.

Both modules include self-paced online coursework and Zoom meeting sessions. TARSS uses a learning management system called Canvas where participants can access all the module materials.

Adult Learning Module 1: Delivery Skills

  • Blended online design: readings, discussion boards, and reflection assignments with a live Zoom session
  • 8 clock hours Develop-approved
  • You will receive emailed instructions for logging in a few days before the training begins from the TARSS team at tarss@umn.edu. Please make sure the TARSS email is on your safe list or check your spam folder.

In this module, participants will become well equipped to deliver pre-designed curriculums. The module discusses trainer competencies, adult learning basics, and facilitation skills. It also considers the impact of culture, communication, and presence on training effectiveness. The module design also includes a Personal Development Plan (PDP) built into each section to enhance the transfer of learning and encourage self-reflection.

Students will complete activities and assignments each week as well as attend a weekly live Zoom session. Activities include readings, videos, discussion board, and reflections.

Cost: 
$100 for those who live or work in Minnesota
$200 for those who live and work in other states

Register with live chats on Thursdays January 26, February 2, and February 9, 6-6:45 p.m. Registration closes on January 19.

New training dates are released in our newsletter, The Source. Sign up on this webpage.

Questions about registration? Contact TARSS Help at tarss@umn.edu.