Training for tutors in the context of company apprenticeshipsDéveloppement Personnel
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As part of the Luxemburgish vocational training framework and in accordance with the law of 19th December 2018, the training company ("Entreprise formatrice") shall appoint one or more tutors to follow and train an apprentice throughout his years of apprenticeship.
This training is compulsory for any company wishing to obtain the right to train ("Droit de former").
The tutor is responsible for the integration, practical training, evaluation and pedagogical supervision of the apprentice. He/She has an essential role in the relationship with the Chamber of Commerce and the apprentice's school concerning all practical and professional aspects of the apprenticeship.
With this training course, the tutors-to-be acquire the necessary legislative knowledge, pedagogical and personal soft skills in order to successfully fulfill his/her mission.
The training is very interactive and allows tutors-to-be to meet, exchange and interact with peers.
At the end of the training, the participant will be able to:
Understand the tutor's mission and his/her different roles
Know how to facilitate the integration of the apprentice in his/her company and in the professional world in general
Use its competencies to develop a trustful and fruitful relationship with apprentices (interpersonal, communication, and pedagogical skills)
Organise and build a suitable training programme
Programme - DAY 1
The importance of tutor
Key roles for apprenticeship
Skills and competences required
Initial tasks and best practices
Recruiting the apprentice
Welcoming and integrating an apprentice into a company
Who are today's apprentices?
Context and social environment
How to create and develop the tutor-apprentice relationship
The foundations of a partnership
Expectations, rights and obligations
Self-awareness and adapting to each other better
Motivating and supervising on a daily basis
Accompanying and monitoring
Programme - DAY 2
Mastering the tutor's pedagogical duties
Training, supervising and evaluating
How to train and facilitate skills’ transfer?
Strategies and means
Approaches that facilitate learning
The difficulties of learning
Structuring and managing apprenticeship
Defining objectives to be achieved
Stages of progression
How to communicate well
How to manage conflict in a positive way
Programme - DAY 3 - Evaluating the apprentice (online session)
The competency-based approach
Understanding the competency framework
The legal framework and its key applications
Facilitating the acquisition of professional competences at work
Understand how to evaluate the apprentice
Attitudes for an objective evaluation
FOLLOW-UP and TRAINING CLOSING , followed by a WALKING LUNCH
Follow-up and implementation of training objectives
Exchange on challenging situations and possible solutions
Final assessment and action plans
Promote exchange and good practice between participants
Discuss and answer specific questions
The walking lunch gives you the opportunity to get to know the people of the "Formation Professionnelle Initiale" of Chamber of Commerce and to exchange with them.
Tutors of apprenticeship working in English language or with English-speaking apprentices.
Theoretical content, pedagogical games, videos, group discussions, case studies, role play…
The training will be delivered in English but the training material will be provided in French.
Please note that for environmental reasons no paper version of the training material will be provided for your training. The course material can be downloaded free of charge via your portal before the start of the course (download the Client Portal User’s Guide here). You will be able to view it on the screen of your mobile device or print it if necessary. If your registration has been made by a training manager of your company please contact him/her so that he/she can give you access to it or send it to you.