Instructional Designs and Strategies On-Site Training
Learn to be able to design strong training courses using the Critical Events Model as a guide
All terminal (or course) objectives are written for learners whose professional role involves the design, selection, or management of human resource development programs. The primary role is that of a thoughtful evaluator of needs, programs, vendors, and implementation. This professional will often serve as a link between levels of the organization and between the organization and outside vendors.
Each of these objectives incorporates a series of specific knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to achieve these competencies. These enabling objectives are identified in the course notebook.
At the completion of the course in Instructional Design and Strategies, the participant will (or will be able to):1) Judge whether training design materials are consistent with adult learning principles
2) Use the Critical Events Model to evaluate and manage training design including:
4) Design and implement evaluation at all four levels: reaction, learning, job performance, and business impact
5) Create action plans to assure learning transfer
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