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Instructional Design – ADDIE

The ADDIE model is the generic process traditionally used by instructional designers and training developers. The five phases — Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation — represent a dynamic, flexible guideline for building effective training and performance support tools.

Aim

The aim is to introduce ADDIE from a theoretical and practical perspective focusing on the 5 phases.

Objectives

By the end of this course, through successful completion of revision exercises and with reference to notes, you will be able to:

Module 1 – Analysis

  • Analyse training needs
  • List documents to collate training needs
  • Identify people to support analysis
  • Describe contents of a Training Strategy
  • List examples of assumptions, issues and concerns

Module 2 – Design

  • List resources required to design agreed training strategy
  • List training delivery methods
  • Estimate development based on each training delivery method
  • Estimate budget required

Module 3 – Development

  • List training course material
  • Describe purpose of each document used in training materials
  • List methods for testing material and content
  • List methods of training delivery and advantages/disadvantages of each

Module 4 – Implementation

  • List activities in the implementation phase
  • List potential problems during this phase and possible solutions

Module 5 – Evaluation

  • Describe the Kirkpatrick Evaluation Model
  • List examples for each evaluation level
  • List advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Describe sustainable learning

Who Should Attend

Those identified to develop and design training courses. Suggested audiences are Trainers, Subject Matter Experts and Training Managers.

Duration

2 days

Price (excluding VAT)

£850 per participant, maximum 6 participants

Training Delivery

Online

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