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    Applied Instructor Skills

    The next AIS session is being offered in August by the Mid Atlantic District of APICS.

    Applied Instructor Skills (AIS) – PA
    Date
     Saturday, August 12, 2017
    Venue Penn State Worthington-Scranton
    150 Ridge View Drive, Dawson 10 
    Dunmore, PA 18512 
    Instructors Maryanne Ross, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP, APICS Master Instructor, AIS Master Instructor

    Michael Ford, CFPIM, CSCP, CLTD, APICS Master Instructor 


    Cost $339 USD per person, $319 USD for two from same chapter, $299 USD for three or more (must register concurrently for discount to apply)  Fee includes 9.0 hours of instruction, workbook, handouts, continental breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks and certificate of course.


    Registration Sue Fitch @ 570.963.2607 or 
    sef10@psu.edu
    The AIS class is only open to current APICS IDP Lead and Master Instructors

    Information is available here:

    Additional sessions will be planned at a later date.

    APICS Applied Instructor Skills (AIS)

    Overview

    The APICS AIS class is an advanced instructor skills class designed to provide the instructor-learner with a wide variety of instructional techniques. This course builds on the foundation developed in the prerequisite APICS Train the Trainer (TTT) and Learning Dynamics for Instructor (LDI) courses.  It is the perfect venue for instructors to experiment with new instructional techniques on the APICS body of knowledge.

    Skilled APICS Master Instructors critique and enhance the instructor-learners’ lesson plans.

    This interactive one-day, five-session, hands-on APICS workshop includes:

    • identifying ways to use the flipped classroom environment to improve learner comprehension and retention
    • recognizing techniques to improve learner retention of APICS body of knowledge
    • demonstrating the ability to enhance a traditional lesson plan to effectively engage learners
    • creating a non-traditional flipped classroom lesson plan
    • creating instructional objectives and an associated lesson plan to effectively deliver a presentation on the APICS body of knowledge
    • refining one’s Personal Development Plans to focus on specific areas to grow as an APICS Recognized Instructor