Who Should Attend?
The DACUM Training Institute is designed for school,
college, company, and other workforce development program or
course designers, training coordinators, trainers, curriculum specialists,
educational specialists, and human resource development
LEARN HOW TO AVOID THE SERIOUS
COSTLY CURRICULUM WHAT ERRORS
1. Failure to teach What should be taught (the
latest concepts and methods)
2. Teaching What should not be taught
(outdated concepts and processes)
These "What errors" cheat your
students/trainees and the taxpayer/company.
DACUM is a quick, low cost, and very effective
process for significantly reducing these errors.
Benefits of the Institute:
The week-long training institute is designed to prepare
you to be a successful DACUM facilitator. You will:
- Learn key
elements of the DACUM process - learn how to use DACUM effectively-
acquire facilitation skills - learn how to obtain panel comments and
clarify panelists' statements with probing techniques.
- Obtain practice -
use the DACUM process to practice analyzing a job and receive mentoring and
feedback from a trained facilitator.
- Conduct your
first actual workshop with a team of new facilitators under the
guidance of a highly experienced facilitator.
Certification as a DACUM Facilitator - recognizes you as having
successfully completed an Ohio State DACUM facilitator training.
DACUM - Related Services:
Are YOU interested in learning how to use the results of
DACUM to develop curriculum materials and training programs successfully
both in education and training settings? Because the DACUM process, when
correctly implemented has proven to be a reliable and efficient method for
competency identification, the Center offers a variety of DACUM-related
services supporting and including, the development of curriculum
Also, the Center offers its services to conduct workshops on
SCID (Systematic Curriculum and Instructional Development), including task
verification, standard task analysis, performance standards, learning
guide development, and various
other aspects of curriculum development, once the job performance
requirements have been defined by DACUM or other means.