Offered in partnership with Dynamic Corporate Solutions, Inc., this course introduces HR and training professionals to a solid, clear and repeatable process and instructional design model and their implications for practice. Participants will use instructional design principles to design an effective training lesson in a workshop format during the course.
Course goal: Students will use a systematic instructional design process to create an effective training lesson.
1. Determine how to approach and complete a proper needs analysis.
2. Identify and write a proper instructional goal, effective objectives and sound test items to support the goal.
3. Determine the best instructional strategy to engage learners and support the overall instructional goals.
4. Determine how to create and develop quality instructional materials.
5. Identify what is needed to build a sound implementation and evaluation plan for training.
Course Structure: The three-day course will revolve around student projects. The class outline is below.
- Day One: Introduction, Analysis
- Day Two: Design
- Day Three: Development, Implementation, Evaluation
Pre-approved for HRCI and SHRM Credits
Dates: January 22-24 from 9 am to 4 pm
Place: 1845 Town Center Blvd. Suite 525, Fleming Island, Florida 32002
About the instructor:
Stacey Jewesak is Training and development professional with over 20 years’ experience in organizational and curriculum design and development, leadership development practices and E-learning initiatives for major corporations, as well as, not-for-profit organizations. Her training strengths include human resource development, training strategy development, instructional design, project management and dynamic group facilitation skills. She has instructed similar courses in the past for The University of North Florida.
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