HR Competencies

  • Consultation
  • Communication

 

Have you been tasked with creating training from scratch and have no idea where to start? Come learn how to apply instructional design principles to your project(s). Examine the process of planning and developing learning materials and training experiences that contribute to successful learning outcomes. This class will focus on creating learner materials such as notebooks, handouts, and visual aids, as well as other learning aids and instructor materials.

Overview

Needs Assessment

  • Calculating development time and costs
  • Identifying design resources and constraints
  • Clarifying learning objectives

Developing Training Materials

  • Tying training objectives to material design
  • Considering sequencing options
  • Selecting the instructional method and delivery medium
  • Developing an instructor guide

Designing Training Materials

  • Writing content
  • Applying design principles

Evaluating Training

  • Reviewing your class design
  • Evaluating your instructional design skills

Who Should Attend

Individuals who prepare in-house training, deliver group training, or revise existing training. Useful for both new and experienced trainers who want to improve their design skills. It is recommended that you have already taken Employers Council’s Train-the-Trainer and Training Activities classes.

On-Site Option

In addition to the standard on-site rate, this session has additional materials fees.

Facilitator

Employers Council staff

 

Great on-site!

 

Credits

1.30 Continuing Education Units
12.00 HRCI-General
12.00 SHRM-PDC
Course ID #TRNG107



Class Details

There are no scheduled instances of this class for the remainder of the year. Check out our new course catalog this fall, or click below to explore onsite options.

Don’t have time to come to us? Are you looking to train a group of your employees and have the content tailored to your needs? You need an on-site!

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