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Introducing Training & Training Delivery. Chapter 1. Key Terms. Training Knowledge Skills _(e.g., Professional)___ development Training/ training delivery/ instruction Training vs. Information. Key Terms. Instructional designer (ID /IDE) Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)

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key terms
Key Terms
  • Training
  • Knowledge
  • Skills
  • _(e.g., Professional)___ development
  • Training/ training delivery/ instruction
  • Training vs. Information
key terms1
Key Terms
  • Instructional designer (ID /IDE)
  • Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
  • Human Resources Development
    • Human Performance Technology
    • Performance Improvement
    • Organizational Development
does it have a training solution
Does it have a training solution?
  • Scrap on production line
  • Flow of paperwork
  • Team productivity
  • New product line
  • New benefits package
  • Distribution problems
training performance improvement

Analyze situation

Choose appropriate intervention

Implement intervention

Evaluate results

Training & Performance Improvement
  • Training is subset of PI - one possible solution to a problem
  • PI may be Training or Non-training solution
systematic instructional design
Systematic Instructional Design
  • A planned process by which needs are identified, problems are selected, requirements for problem solutions are identified, solutions are chosen from alternatives, methods and means are obtained and implemented, and the required revisions to all or part of the system are made so that the needs are eliminated.
  • (Kaufman, 1972, p.2)
systematic instructional design1
Systematic Instructional Design
  • Uses design models
  • Documents steps
  • Identifies performance objectives
  • Describes “what is” and “what should be”
references
References
  • Kaufman, R. (1972) Educational systems planning. Engelwood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall