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After Needs Assessment - Next Step = Program Design. Design Phase - Inputs. Constraints That Can Influence Your Design. Date, time of day Time available to design & develop training Location Available equipment Budget Training team talents. Types of Costs in Training Programs.

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constraints that can influence your design
Constraints That Can Influence Your Design
  • Date, time of day
  • Time available to design & develop training
  • Location
  • Available equipment
  • Budget
  • Training team talents
types of costs in training programs
Types of Costs in Training Programs
  • Development Costs
  • Direct Costs
  • Indirect Costs
  • Overhead Costs
  • Participant Compensation
  • Evaluation Costs
design guidelines
Design Guidelines
  • Maximize opportunities to learn by applying learning theory concepts to the design of training modules and processes (SLT and G-B)
  • Identifying the number and sequencing of modules
  • Organization of modules {intro, objective, content, activity, review}
  • Identify where to focus on Gen. Principles or Identical Elements
  • Enhance motivation to learn
facilitating learning
Facilitating Learning
  • Use of learning theory
  • Facilitating Transfer through design
  • Organizing to facilitate learning
  • Accommodating Individual differences
facilitation of learning
Facilitation of Learning
  • Attention/Expectancy
    • Eliminate distractions
    • Attract attention
  • Retention
    • Activate memory
    • Symbolic coding & cognitive organization
    • Symbolic rehearsal
  • Behavioral Reproduction
  • Elaboration Theory
    • Topical sequencing
    • Spiral sequencing
    • Simplifying Conditions Method (SCM)
      • Epitomizing
      • Elaborating

Applied? Improvements?

design theory
Design Theory
  • Elaboration Theory
    • Topical sequencing
    • Spiral sequencing
    • Simplifying Conditions Method (SCM)
      • Epitomizing
      • elaborating
  • Gagne & Social Learning
    • Gain attention
    • Inform learner of goal/objective
    • Activate motivation to learn
    • Stimulate recall of prior relevant knowledge
    • Present material to be learned
    • Provide guidance
    • Elicit performance
    • Provide feedback
    • Assess performance
    • Enhance retention & transfer
facilitation of transfer
Facilitation of Transfer

Focus on Training

Focus on Organizational Intervention

Supervisor support

Peer support

Trainer support

Reward systems

Climate & culture

  • Conditions of Practice
    • Massed vs spaced practice
    • Whole vs. part learning
    • Overlearning
  • Maximize Similarity
  • Vary the Situation
  • General Principles
  • Knowledge of results
  • Relapse prevention

Applied? Improvements?