Trade Secrets of Using E-Learning in Training
How Best to Plan, Design and Implement E-Learning Training Programmes
1st May 2005
- ISBN 9781854183262
- Language English
- Pages 150 pp.
- Size 8.25" x 11.75"
This report is practical and jargon-free, showing step-by-step skills and processes to enable you to design effective e-learning products with confidence.
You will learn all about every aspect of designing a course—content, design and flow—how to anticipate users' questions and problems, choosing your software supplier and applying the learning. The benefits of e-learning: staff acquire skills when they need them—no need to wait for the next training course; people break learning into chunks to fit the demands and time-pressures of their job; time to learn underlying theory is reduced as people learn at different speeds, and may already know much about the topic; non-revenue earning time falls as the pace of learning is not driven by the slowest; people arrive at a trainer-led course ready to practice their skills. No need for theory; trainer-led courses are shorter—with reduced costs for trainers, facilities, overnight accommodation, etc.
Introduction; 1. Managing an E-Learning Project; 2. Accessibility; 3. The Software Supplier; 4. The E-Learning System; 5. E-Learning Course Content; 6. Delegate Workbooks; 7. Delegate Assessment; 8. Design the Course; 9. Project Review Meetings; 10. Building The Storyboards; 11. The Trainer-Led Course; 12. Links to The E-Learning Course; 13. Design the Trainer-Led Course; 14. Pilot the Trainer-Led Course; 15. Applying the Learning; Appendices.