Developing a Scenario-Based Criminal Justice Training Program

Hours: Sixteen

Seminar Synopsis:
It is well establish in the field of adult learning: When a person receives information and that person does not apply that information within twenty-four hours of receiving it, the person loses eight-five percent of that information over the subsequent thirty days. This adult learning theory invalidates most academy and inservice training. For a criminal justice training curriculum to be truly effective, each training module must have a scenario-based component. This informative course provides the insights and protocols for developing a scenario-based academy or inservice training program. The following are topics explained in this comprehensive course:

  • Student briefing
  • Instructor briefing
  • Scenario-based learning concepts
  • Developing effective training scenarios
  • Managing a scenario-based training program
  • Developing a scenario-based training curriculum
  • Developing scenario-based performance objectives
  • The benefits of scenario-based criminal justice training
  • Difference between simulation and scenario-based training
  • Adult learning theory that supports scenario-based training
  • Developing scenario-based academy and inservice instructors
  • Protocols for conducting scenario-based academy and inservice training
  • Integrating academic presentation with complimenting training scenarios
  • The resources required to conduct an academy or inservice based scenario-based training program

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