I admit it. I was late to the Line of Duty party – but better late than never! We devoured
Models can be very useful in training courses, but some people take them very seriously, and others dismiss them completely.
Training design is a skill like any other - the more you do it the better you become at it.
As trainers we know a lot of stuff: models, theories and psychology. But generally, our learners DON'T know it, and
Training design is part science and process, but it's also part art and creativity. And there's a lot we can
Learning alongside others - whether it's skiing or designing training highlights lots of little improvements that may be missed if
The ADDIE model of training design has 2 D's.... Top level design and detailed development. But most facilitators seem to
Collaborative working in learning and development is the perfect way to hone skills in the flow of work. Being part
As training designers, it's tempting to provide all learning for all learners all the time. However, encouraging self-discovery is a
Models and theories are useful to provide structure to training sessions. They provide hooks for us to hang information on
So many people think that good content makes a good training session. But you can ruin good content if you
Most learning and development professionals don't enjoy training design, which is a shame, as without good design, delivery would suffer.
So many trainers don't bother writing a training session plan, but if you don't, you're taking a huge risk...
Using subject matter experts can be a great way to develop knowledge and skills in others. But it can also
So many trainers and facilitators feel that only THEY can deliver a course. Whilst it's natural to feel attached to