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The Resource The training design manual : the complete practical guide to creating effective and successful training programmes, Tony Bray

The training design manual : the complete practical guide to creating effective and successful training programmes, Tony Bray

Label
The training design manual : the complete practical guide to creating effective and successful training programmes
Title
The training design manual
Title remainder
the complete practical guide to creating effective and successful training programmes
Statement of responsibility
Tony Bray
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Bray, Tony
Dewey number
658.3/12404
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HF5549.5.T7
LC item number
B638 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
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  • Employees
  • Instructional systems
  • Employee training personnel
Label
The training design manual : the complete practical guide to creating effective and successful training programmes, Tony Bray
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Accompanying CD-ROM contains training design manual tools and additional resources and tools for trainers
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM.
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1 Introduction -- Welcome -- Structure of the book -- What is 'learning' ... and 'training'? -- The benefits of good design -- Focus on designing a real course -- 2 The training design project -- Identify your stakeholders -- Project dashboard -- The initial planning meeting -- 3 Designing for global diversity -- The DESIGN process -- DESIGNing for global corporate diversity -- Why diversity is important -- Accessibility for trainer-led courses -- Accessibility for web-based materials -- The employer's 'two tick' commitment -- 4 Formal learning needs analysis -- The importance of learning needs analysis -- Who will you consult? -- Learning needs checklist -- Data collection techniques -- Practical examples -- Now focus on your course -- 5 Team-based needs analysis -- Introduction -- Functional competences -- Core competences -- Critical work processes -- 6 What do you propose? -- Training may not be the solution -- Define the overall course 'envelope' -- Internal or external designers? -- Write your proposal -- Sunflower analysis -- 7 The impact of learning styles -- How people learn -- Climb the learning ladder -- The impact of learning styles -- Fight the filters -- So what does this mean for me? -- 8 Go with the flow -- Process-map the flow -- Learning methodologies -- Four ways to communicate -- Timing the course outline -- 'Sign off' by the project sponsor -- 9 The STAR design model -- Follow the STAR -- 'S' is for stimulate interest -- 'T' is for transfer ideas or concepts -- Techniques for transferring ideas or concepts -- 'A' is for apply the learning -- Techniques for applying the learning -- 'R' is for review what's changed -- 10 Designing more complex activities -- Designing workshop sessions -- Reversed workshop sessions -- Team-based projects -- Role play or skill practices -- Using actors -- 11 Designing each session in detail -- Comply with company standards and policies -- The session plan -- Timings -- Session title -- Objectives -- Learning methods -- Administration and logistics -- A real example -- 'Diet' session plan -- Sponsor 'sign off' -- 12 Designing course materials -- What might you need? -- Harmonize with company standards -- Sources for course content -- Displaying text effectively -- Delegate name cards or badges -- Workbooks for trainer-led courses -- Delegate handouts -- Exercise briefing notes -- Feedback sheets -- Course peripherals -- 13 Using audio -- Why use audio? -- Some examples -- Slightly different uses -- Equipment needs -- 14 Designing visual aids -- Why use visual aids? -- What visual aids can we use? -- Basic design principles -- Flipcharts -- Overhead transparencies -- Computer graphics -- Potential pitfalls -- Plan your visuals -- 15 Designing e-learning -- Why e-learning? -- Managing the project -- The electronic learning system -- Using quizzes -- The course flow chart -- Building individual screens -- Creating the storyboards -- The trainer-led course -- The delegate workbook -- 16 Train the trainers -- Write a trainer's guide -- Train the trainers -- Trainer-led courses for blended learning -- 17 Select and manage the venue -- Draft the venue specification -- Manage the venue -- 18 Pilot the course -- Plan the pilot -- Pilots for blended learning -- Deliver the pilot -- Evaluate the pilot -- Sponsor 'sign off' -- 19 Go live -- Confirm ownership -- Identify resources and materials -- Market the programme -- Deliver the programme -- Follow up -- What could go wrong? -- 20 Review and relaunch -- Review what's changed -- Sources of feedback -- Measuring wider business impact -- Time for decision -- The end of the journey -- Index
Control code
62714312
Dimensions
22 cm +
Extent
x, 310 pages
Isbn
9780749445706
Lccn
2005037495
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
MU: CD-ROM in pocket.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)62714312
System details
System requirements for CD-ROM: Microsoft Word; Microsoft PowerPoint
Label
The training design manual : the complete practical guide to creating effective and successful training programmes, Tony Bray
Publication
Note
Accompanying CD-ROM contains training design manual tools and additional resources and tools for trainers
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM.
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1 Introduction -- Welcome -- Structure of the book -- What is 'learning' ... and 'training'? -- The benefits of good design -- Focus on designing a real course -- 2 The training design project -- Identify your stakeholders -- Project dashboard -- The initial planning meeting -- 3 Designing for global diversity -- The DESIGN process -- DESIGNing for global corporate diversity -- Why diversity is important -- Accessibility for trainer-led courses -- Accessibility for web-based materials -- The employer's 'two tick' commitment -- 4 Formal learning needs analysis -- The importance of learning needs analysis -- Who will you consult? -- Learning needs checklist -- Data collection techniques -- Practical examples -- Now focus on your course -- 5 Team-based needs analysis -- Introduction -- Functional competences -- Core competences -- Critical work processes -- 6 What do you propose? -- Training may not be the solution -- Define the overall course 'envelope' -- Internal or external designers? -- Write your proposal -- Sunflower analysis -- 7 The impact of learning styles -- How people learn -- Climb the learning ladder -- The impact of learning styles -- Fight the filters -- So what does this mean for me? -- 8 Go with the flow -- Process-map the flow -- Learning methodologies -- Four ways to communicate -- Timing the course outline -- 'Sign off' by the project sponsor -- 9 The STAR design model -- Follow the STAR -- 'S' is for stimulate interest -- 'T' is for transfer ideas or concepts -- Techniques for transferring ideas or concepts -- 'A' is for apply the learning -- Techniques for applying the learning -- 'R' is for review what's changed -- 10 Designing more complex activities -- Designing workshop sessions -- Reversed workshop sessions -- Team-based projects -- Role play or skill practices -- Using actors -- 11 Designing each session in detail -- Comply with company standards and policies -- The session plan -- Timings -- Session title -- Objectives -- Learning methods -- Administration and logistics -- A real example -- 'Diet' session plan -- Sponsor 'sign off' -- 12 Designing course materials -- What might you need? -- Harmonize with company standards -- Sources for course content -- Displaying text effectively -- Delegate name cards or badges -- Workbooks for trainer-led courses -- Delegate handouts -- Exercise briefing notes -- Feedback sheets -- Course peripherals -- 13 Using audio -- Why use audio? -- Some examples -- Slightly different uses -- Equipment needs -- 14 Designing visual aids -- Why use visual aids? -- What visual aids can we use? -- Basic design principles -- Flipcharts -- Overhead transparencies -- Computer graphics -- Potential pitfalls -- Plan your visuals -- 15 Designing e-learning -- Why e-learning? -- Managing the project -- The electronic learning system -- Using quizzes -- The course flow chart -- Building individual screens -- Creating the storyboards -- The trainer-led course -- The delegate workbook -- 16 Train the trainers -- Write a trainer's guide -- Train the trainers -- Trainer-led courses for blended learning -- 17 Select and manage the venue -- Draft the venue specification -- Manage the venue -- 18 Pilot the course -- Plan the pilot -- Pilots for blended learning -- Deliver the pilot -- Evaluate the pilot -- Sponsor 'sign off' -- 19 Go live -- Confirm ownership -- Identify resources and materials -- Market the programme -- Deliver the programme -- Follow up -- What could go wrong? -- 20 Review and relaunch -- Review what's changed -- Sources of feedback -- Measuring wider business impact -- Time for decision -- The end of the journey -- Index
Control code
62714312
Dimensions
22 cm +
Extent
x, 310 pages
Isbn
9780749445706
Lccn
2005037495
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
MU: CD-ROM in pocket.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)62714312
System details
System requirements for CD-ROM: Microsoft Word; Microsoft PowerPoint

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