This course will enable you to write a course outline that can be used to get approval from stakeholders, generate interest from potential delegates and act as your blueprint for detailed design.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Explain what you need to consider before you start designing a training solution so that what you design will be effective
- Use Bloom’s Taxonomy to write meaningful objectives that engage learners, satisfy stakeholders, act as hooks to hang your training on AND provide a first point of call for evaluating training
- Write measurable outcomes and state why these are useful
- Decide what content should be included in your training (and what shouldn’t)
- Describe different learning methods that can be used to deliver the content in a blended way
- Explain the value of pre-course work and suggest what it might include
- Scope out a training workshop (top line) taking into account practical issues
- Give examples of good follow-up work to stretch learners and help learning transfer to the workplace
First, let's consider the difference between designing a course for face-to-face and virtual delivery...