ERIC Number: ED207400
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Reference Count: 0
A Resource Manual for Designing Training Programs.
Wood, Stayton A.
Since training is an integral and intrinsic component of the college union program and operation, this manual is designed for use by college union and student activities programmers. A section on the training concept and design gives a brief introduction then discusses an approach to planning a training program, seminar planning and development, and a seminar model for training in college union programming. The training process is discussed in terms of: introducing the training experience, development of a philosophy, goal development, program development, group development, staff/career development, training program development, and ending the training experience. A section on resources and readings is also provided. Appendices include: plan of action for training, needs assessment instruments, sample budget for training program, training program announcement letters, workshop design format, sample training program schedules, sample training program timelines, seminar evaluation instrument, suggested supply list for training programs, and a strategy for small group composition. (LC)
Descriptors: Fraternities, Higher Education, Leadership Training, Resident Assistants, Sororities, Staff Development, Student College Relationship, Student Government, Student Leadership, Student Organizations, Student Unions, Training Methods
Association of College Unions-International, Box 7286, Stanford, CA 94305 ($45.00).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of Coll. Unions-International, Stanford, CA.
Identifiers: Student Activity Directors; Training Materials