Training System Design Mentorship

For those that create, coordinate and deliver workplace training
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1-1 Mentorship for Training Professionals

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New Systems

This is the perfect time to install training systems that can grow with you and your employees
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Existing Systems

This is the perfect time to take your business to the next level of performance by revising the necessary training systems
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Customized Systems

This is the perfect time to dedicate resources to ensuring training is not the reason for a lack of performance

You get

18 virtual hours of instruction spread across 3 or 6 months

Access to tools and templates

Access to pre-recorded content that maximizes our time together

For the price of

$3500 Per Learning Professional

Focus Area 1

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Learning Core Concepts

We will focus on several foundational concepts that enable learning design and course facilitation. This includes a review of the ADDIE model for instructional systems design, learning retention, and the three types of learning. These three are embedded throughout the remaining courses of the series. As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
• Explain the phases of the ADDIE model and apply the ADDIE model to their learning project development
• Provide examples of how to increase learning retention in their training offerings
• Describe the characteristics of the knowledge, skills, and attitude types of learning
• Correctly identify competencies as knowledge, skills, or attitudes

Focus Area 2

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Writing Performance Based Learning Objectives

We will focus on identifying strong learning objectives and writing strong learning objectives. As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
• Distinguish between terminal and enabling learning objectives
• Define the parts of a learning objective
• Write effective terminal and enabling learning objectives meeting all the criteria for a strong learning objective.

Focus Area 3

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Training course design and development

We will focus on developing learning content for adult learners or those who need a refresher. This course is also useful for those auditing existing content and focuses on environmental impacts to consider during design and development. As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
• Design learning materials and exercises applying adult learning concepts
• Design learning materials and exercises to support participants of various backgrounds and learning styles
• Identify impacts to delivery modality and correctly select the best delivery modality for a given situation

Focus Area 4

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Incorporating Active Learning

We will focus on how to incorporate active learning into virtual instructor-led courses and in-person instructor-led courses. The course can also benefit inexperienced facilitators. The course reviews common types of activities with the opportunity to practice which will increase the active learning of new and existing learning experiences. A laptop is required for this course.
As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
• Identify and state active learning examples for in person training, virtual instructor led training, computer-based training, and training outside of the classroom
• Create active learning experiences for in-person training and virtual instructor led training

Focus Area 5

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Training Evaluation Systems

We will focus on The Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation, when and how to use the various levels of evaluation, and the guidelines for writing effective test questions and distractors. As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
• Identify the five levels of evaluation
• Evaluate training program impacts at various levels utilizing various assessment types
• Create effective assessment questions and answers following the provided guidelines
• Create a rubric for assessment evaluation

Focus Area 6

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Training Facilitation Basics

We will focus on conducting instructor-led training (virtual or face-to-face), familiar with instructor-led training but new to adult learning theory concepts, and those designing content who require a refresher on adult learning theory concepts. This course can serve as a ‘Train the Trainer’ for course instructors to prepare them for the classroom. Adult learning theory, the Cone of Learning, effective facilitation, and planning the location will be covered. As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
• Prepare properly to conduct in-person or virtual instructor led training sessions
• Foster an environment of engagement and inclusivity conducive to the learning process

Training System Design Mentorship

For those that create, coordinate and deliver workplace training
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