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After reviewing the resources this week, consider your program’s design.

Specifically, focus on the following:

  • Pre-Training – What will you do in phase 1 to engage and excite your learners for your training?
  • Learning Event – For phase 2, how will you convey knowledge to your learners? How will you train them? Consider outlining the entire event. Keep in mind time constraints as well.
  • Post-Training – In phase 3, how will you assess them and the training? How will you be sure that they are transferring the skills from the training and applying them in their day to day positions?

It is recommended that you create a Concept Map, Curriculum Road Map, or Storyboard, if applicable and helpful to you as you create your sections of the final project. To guide you in this process, access the templatDownload access the template. While not mandatory, this templateDownload templatehelps you form an outline of your plan.

Papers will be 3-5 pages in content length, mostly narrative in format.  However, some items can be contained within a chart or table, or a bullet points outline as you create sections of your Final Project. See the rubric for specific details to guide you in developing your papers.  Papers must follow APA guidelines (especially in regards to citing sources to avoid plagiarized work). You will utilize content from additional resources, such as scholarly articles, journals.  (Note: Wikipedia is not a scholarly resource).

Resources:

Rubric


Note: The text in blue is there to guide you. You should delete it and fill in with your own information using black text.

Training Program Title:

Training Specialist/Designer:

Pre-training

Discuss any preliminary events here. How will people learn about the training? How will they register? What pre-requisites are needed? What materials, supplies, or other items do trainees need to have prior to the training? Are there any technology needs (log in information, special software to be procured, etc.)?

Learning Event

What will happen during the actual training? How will you convey information to trainees? What activities are you holding? You do not need to go into exact detail at this time, as we will cover methods and evaluation in the coming weeks. Here is a general table you can use or modify to outline your training. This may change as you learn more and can be modified to meet your needs. It is only meant to help you if you require a boost.

Time

Training Event

Objectives

Assessment

Ex: 9:00 am – 9:30 am

Welcome and introduction to the training. Overview of training and objectives

None

None

Ex: 9:30 am – 10:00 am

Lecture on training techniques

Identify the different methods of training (remember these come from the Week 1 assignment and should be modified based on instructor feedback)

Question and answer session

Post-Training

Describe what you plan on doing to assess your trainees as well as the training itself. How will you prove that the training is effective? How will you show that trainees have mastered the content? Again, you do not have to go into detail here, as we will cover this section in-depth later. However, this should be a good start.

Concept Map/Curriculum Road Map/Storyboard

Visually show how your objectives from week 1 are being addressed in this training. Connect them to parts of the training and assessments used to prove trainees “got it”.


Note: The text in blue is there to guide you. You should delete it and fill in with your own information using black text.

Training Program Title:

Training Specialist/Designer:

Pre-training

Discuss any preliminary events here. How will people learn about the training? How will they register? What pre-requisites are needed? What materials, supplies, or other items do trainees need to have prior to the training? Are there any technology needs (log in information, special software to be procured, etc.)?

Learning Event

What will happen during the actual training? How will you convey information to trainees? What activities are you holding? You do not need to go into exact detail at this time, as we will cover methods and evaluation in the coming weeks. Here is a general table you can use or modify to outline your training. This may change as you learn more and can be modified to meet your needs. It is only meant to help you if you require a boost.

Time

Training Event

Objectives

Assessment

Ex: 9:00 am – 9:30 am

Welcome and introduction to the training. Overview of training and objectives

None

None

Ex: 9:30 am – 10:00 am

Lecture on training techniques

Identify the different methods of training (remember these come from the Week 1 assignment and should be modified based on instructor feedback)

Question and answer session

Post-Training

Describe what you plan on doing to assess your trainees as well as the training itself. How will you prove that the training is effective? How will you show that trainees have mastered the content? Again, you do not have to go into detail here, as we will cover this section in-depth later. However, this should be a good start.

Concept Map/Curriculum Road Map/Storyboard

Visually show how your objectives from week 1 are being addressed in this training. Connect them to parts of the training and assessments used to prove trainees “got it”.