Master Trainer Capstone Project and Presentation
The Master Trainer Capstone project requires that you demonstrate your complete mastery of the entire training development and delivery process, instructor led or otherwise. You complete a needs assessment, construct program and learning objectives, format and create support materials, design an evaluation strategy, etc. The capstone also requires you present your training program while demonstrating clear correlations with the design steps.
Throughout this journey you are supported by your instructor. He or she mentors you through the process step by step, providing feedback, and ultimately assessing your successful completion of the capstone project and presentation.
We estimate that it should take you approximately 40 hours to complete the entire capstone project. The capstone project must be completed before you present your training program for evaluation.
The Master Trainer Certificate is awarded after successful completion of the capstone project and presentation.
Rodney (Buck) Hillestad is founder and president of Hillestad Learning Technologies, a training and development company specializing in training design and delivery, along with leadership/managerial, and team skills. Buck regularly delivers classes for the University of Wisconsin extensions and is ... read more
Must have completed Unit I & Unit II of Train the Trainer program.
Once you register for the course you are emailed specific instructions on how to get started with the capstone project. You are required to register for a day to deliver your training program for final evaluation. Days to present your training program in person will be held in May and November each year. You can also register to submit a recording of your training program via online instead of presenting in person.
Dates and locations to be announced.