Problem statements are often too vague or framed incorrectly, which can lead to wasted time brainstorming the wrong issue. Prevent this problem by investing time in the empathy phase, which involves two parts: developing empathy and then synthesizing data.
Unlike existing and traditional instructional systems design (ISD) techniques like ADDIE or Dick and Carey, agile changes what we know about training design and development.
Strategic, creative design grounded in recognized models and methods, coupled with a design process that allows for ideation, testing and change, can result in a quality, ready-to-launch course that designers are confident will succeed.
The desired goal of any environmental, health and safety program is eliminating workplace incidents and near-misses. Competency-based training can help improve safety training outcomes.
“Training solves all problems” is a common but misused mantra. While training can improve performance and enhance safety, the truth is that a training program serves one purpose: to develop competencies connected to work.
It can be dangerous to rush in and accept a training request as the correct one before identifying the real causes and needs.
Have you ever been faced with multiple large-scale design projects that start and stop at different times, require reviews from stakeholders at specific intervals, and leave instructional designers with extreme ebbs and flows in their work?
eLearning standards are a set of common rules that apply to content, authoring software and learning management systems (LMSs). They provide all stakeholders with guidelines for designing and developing content.