There’s a lot more to training design than people realise, and it’s often overlooked as a discipline. Text books talk the theory and ‘macro’ level, but that doesn’t help when you’re tasked with researching and designing a training solution for actual people in a real organization where the outcomes matter.
That’s where the Training Designer’s Club comes in. It’s not about understanding theory or discussing ideal situations – it’s about helping real-world practitioners get the job done. As well as courses, detailed guides and a thriving membership community, there are 28 practical HOW TO Guides that can be used to kick start or sense check your approach to all aspects of training design.
They aren’t sequential – the idea is that you can pick ‘n’ mix to get the guidance you want when you want it. It’s a truly lean/just-in-time way of providing practical support.
Here are the topics...
Identify Training Needs
Nail Down a Proper Brief
Design Self-Directed Learning
Design a Workshop Outline
Design Engaging Pre-Course Work
Write a Great Session Plan
Design Training that Accelerates Learning
Design for Virtual Delivery
Bring Virtual Training to Life
Design for a Hybrid Group
Design Appealing Visual Aids
Create Useful Delegate Materials
Ensure Learning Transfers
Weave Values into Training
Write a Great Case Study
Design for Other Facilitators to Deliver
Design Bite-Size training
Design Technical Training
Design Training for Senior People
Cut your Training Design Time
Generate Interest in Your Programme
Drive People to Your Self-Serve Resources
Bring Models and Theories to Life
Manage Stakeholder Expectations
Outsource Training Design
Work with a Subject-Matter Expert
Each Guide contains 6-20 practical actions to take to help you to nail that particular skill quickly emailed directly to your inbox.
No fluff, no unnecessary text, just practical assistance.
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