This practical resource also includes learning outcomes templates in MS Word format for you to customize and use time and again.
Who uses this guide:
- Training and Learning Managers
- Training Consultants
- Training Co-ordinators
- Instructional Designers
- Human Resource Consultants
By using this guide you will:
- positively link training activities to organizational objectives
- allow designers to write more relevant program content and assessments
- better engage clients and other stakeholders for stronger program support
- increase your professional credibility within the organization
- give training participants a clearer purpose and direction with learning goals
- help trainers stay on track
- more easily measure the success of your program
Use the workbook to complete all process tasks, including
- identifying your clients
- facilitating client meetings
- reviewing background materials
- developing SMART objectives
- writing action statements
- encapsulating workplace variables
- formulating terminal and enabling objectives
- incorporating the three learning domains
Mr. Allan’s external and internal consulting roles have seen him lead successful projects in strategic planning, workplace communications, and quality and HR information systems. He is also a seasoned instructional designer and trainer, having taught programs in both vocational colleges and industry. Training programs that Mr. Allan has designed and delivered include the full gamut, from technical skills training to management and communication skills, team leadership, financial management and career planning.
On the process side, Mr. Allan has helped companies, small and large, improve their process capability. Managing 15 teams for one multinational manufacturer, he led the continuous improvement initiative, forming, training, coaching and motivating the teams to identify, map and improve their processes. His project management and facilitation skills were utilized in another national conglomerate to lead the design and implementation of a comprehensive document management system and the mapping and reengineering of core processes.
Mr. Allan is a prolific writer on business issues, with many journal and web articles to his credit. He is also the author of five books on employee capability, training and change management. Mr. Allan currently serves as Divisional Council Member for the Australian Institute of Training and Development and is a member of the Australian Institute of Management and the American Society for Quality.