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Training Designs Basics

By: Carliner, Saul.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Viva Books 2017Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xi, 219p.ISBN: 9788130930152.Subject(s): Employee Training PersonnelDDC classification: 658.312404
Contents:
Chapter 1: The Basics of Designing Training Programs: What Is Design for Training? • Basic Principles of Training Design • The ADDIE Approach to Instructional Design • Getting It Done Chapter 2: The Basics of Planning a Training Project • Getting Started • Planning the Project • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done Chapter 3: The Basic Information Needed to Start a Project• Eight Types of Information Needed in Training Needs Analysis • Four Methods of Uncovering Needs • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done Chapter 4: The Basic Instructional Objective• The Basic Value of Objectives and Evaluation • Establishing Objectives • Drafting the Evaluations • Presenting the Analysis and Requirements • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done Chapter 5: The Basics of Organizing Training Programs• Beginning the Design Process • Choosing an Appropriate Format • Choosing a Communication Medium • Structuring the Training Program • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done. Chapter 6: The Basics of Choosing an Instructional Strategy• Characteristics of an Engaging Training Program • Four Common Instructional Strategies for Presenting Material • Choosing an Instructional Strategy • Presenting Design Plans • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done Chapter 7: The Basics of Developing Instructional Materials• Getting Started With Development • Preparing Materials for Live Training Programs • Preparing Materials for Self-Study Training Programs • Preparing Common Parts of Training Programs • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done. Chapter 8: The Basics of Preparing and Producing Instructional Materials• Preparing Instructional Materials • Producing Instructional Materials • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done. Chapter 9: The Basic Quality Checks for Training Programs• What Is Formative Evaluation? • The Three Basic Types of Formative Evaluation • Revising the Training Program • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done Chapter 10: The Basics of Administering Training Programs • Administering Training Programs • Marketing Training Programs • Supporting Training Programs • Closing a Design and Development Project • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done References Additional Resources
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Chapter 1: The Basics of Designing Training Programs: What Is Design for Training? • Basic Principles of Training Design • The ADDIE Approach to Instructional Design • Getting It Done
Chapter 2: The Basics of Planning a Training Project • Getting Started • Planning the Project • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done
Chapter 3: The Basic Information Needed to Start a Project• Eight Types of Information Needed in Training Needs Analysis • Four Methods of Uncovering Needs • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done
Chapter 4: The Basic Instructional Objective• The Basic Value of Objectives and Evaluation • Establishing Objectives • Drafting the Evaluations • Presenting the Analysis and Requirements • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done
Chapter 5: The Basics of Organizing Training Programs• Beginning the Design Process • Choosing an Appropriate Format • Choosing a Communication Medium • Structuring the Training Program • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done.
Chapter 6: The Basics of Choosing an Instructional Strategy• Characteristics of an Engaging Training Program • Four Common Instructional Strategies for Presenting Material • Choosing an Instructional Strategy • Presenting Design Plans • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done
Chapter 7: The Basics of Developing Instructional Materials• Getting Started With Development • Preparing Materials for Live Training Programs • Preparing Materials for Self-Study Training Programs • Preparing Common Parts of Training Programs • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done.
Chapter 8: The Basics of Preparing and Producing Instructional Materials• Preparing Instructional Materials • Producing Instructional Materials • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done.
Chapter 9: The Basic Quality Checks for Training Programs• What Is Formative Evaluation? • The Three Basic Types of Formative Evaluation • Revising the Training Program • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done
Chapter 10: The Basics of Administering Training Programs • Administering Training Programs • Marketing Training Programs • Supporting Training Programs • Closing a Design and Development Project • Platinum, Silver, and Bronze Types of Projects • Getting It Done
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