LE HUY TUNG Hanoi University of Science and Technology
Developing training program was usually divided into two main stages such as the development of output standard and curriculum design. The first thing to do when designing any training program is to set up the output standard. Output standards will stipulate the organization of the teaching process and ways of evaluation. Output standards are used to describe learners’ expectation and ways to achieve it. The paper presents the development of undergraduate training program in recent years and provides method suggestions for designing training program towards output standard. According to the author, training programs play an important role in the training process, decide learners’ quality. Therefore, the development of training program must be carried out in a rigorous and scientific manner. In particular, the development of output standards is the starting point for the development of training program and also the decisive step to the next steps such as content, teaching methods, testing and evaluation. Therefore,educational institutions should pay a special attention to this step
Output standard
Training program
development of training program
Testing and evaluation

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