- Okay, so you've identified the training need. … You've created a comprehensive project plan … that's been approved by your stakeholders. … The next stage in preparing a learning solution … is to gather the material that's already been created … around the issue that you're addressing. … And when I say "all," I mean everything … you can get your greedy little hands on. … You always want to work from a breadth of material. … Here are the core items you should ask stakeholders for. … Existing documentation. … This is usually written stuff that fact sheets, … handbooks, job aids. … Most of these items will be in an electronic format, … but don't turn your nose up at paper assets. … You'll want to ask about notes from previous discussions … on the topic. … It's likely that smart people have already talked about … the issues that you're building training around. … If a discussion took place in a formal meeting, … you might be able to get the agenda, discussion notes, … and the people who were involved. …
- 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.