- Recall the most important job for an instructional designer.
- Name three cost-efficient, highly effective strategies that stakeholders can use in place of formal training.
- List three results that indicate an effective training program.
- Recognize steps that show changes in key performance indicators.
- Identify the stages in preparing a learning solution.
- Determine which strategy would prevent you from minimizing technical issues in your project development.
Skill Level Beginner
- It's hard to find good advice on how to develop corporate training. A lot of the people we work with just sort of fell into the training field and so are still figuring it out. And many of the learning experts espouse idealistic theories that just don't jive with the realities of our work situation. I aim to rectify that. I'm Daniel Brigham, and in this course I want to share tips on designing and developing corporate training, tips that I learned in the trenches over a 20-year career. I'll give pointers on all aspects of the training workflow, from determining the need for training to figuring out what format would be best, to measuring the impact of whatever it is you develop. As we hit on the different parts of the workflow, I'll show you how to hone a skill that's rarely talked about but one that's most critical to your success: your ability to earn the trust and respect of those you're building training for. Persuasion is a big part of this game. I hope you come along with me as I share the lessons that cost me some serious blood, sweat, and tears. If you do, I can almost guarantee you'll quickly produce better work that will advance your career.