VET: Model Curriculum
There are two significant challenges when you design and develop content for vocational skills training. First, the audience for vocational skills training is not a homogeneous one. Second, there is no specific universally accepted vocational pedagogy. So, what principles guide the design of vocational skills? Which pedagogical principles and which andragogy principles should one apply? You will find answers to these questions, and more, in the three-course curriculum.
This course, VET: Model Curriculum, is the first course in the three-course curriculum. This course maps to the universally accepted methodologies, such as the DACUM Approach and the ADDIE model against the various work outputs that are a part of the VET content development process. In the first course, you will understand the Analysis and Design phases of creating a model curriculum and how to define learning outcomes in vocational training courses.
Who should take this course?
This course is meant for subject matter experts, vocational trainers, instructional designers, and content developers who are involved in the VET space, specifically those who develop skilling content.
How is the course designed?
The course is structured and designed as follows:
- ID for Vocational Training (Understanding the challenges in vocational training)
- Analysis: Creating Model Curriculum (Content and audience analysis, curriculum format and components)
- Design: Defining Learning Outcomes (DACUM Approach, declarative and procedural knowledge)
- Final Quiz
|Course Name||VET: Model Curriculum|
|Skills Addressed||Analyse and design content for vocational training courses keeping in mind the challenges therein|
|Learning Seat Time – 1 hour; Course Access – 15 Days|
|Target Audience||Sector skill council members, subject matter experts, vocational trainers, instructional designers, and content developers|
To qualify for your certificate from Purnima Valiathan, you must complete all episodes.