Rapid Training Design 1 – Survival Training Skills
So, you have a requirement to prepare a training lesson.
You want to produce a focused, interesting, and effective lessons that will set you apart. You want your audience to finish your lesson thinking, “Wow, that was just what I needed – short, and sweet, and to the point.”
That kind of reaction will set you apart and make people in your audience more likely to follow you in the future.
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Modules Sample lesson
- Module Introduction
- Download Materials for Personal Use
- Performance Objective
- RTD-1 Module Personal Plan, Part 1
- What Finished Training Should Look Like
- Recorded versus Live Training
- Terms and Definitions (Ts & Ds)
- RTD-1 Task #1: Three Key Tasks or Topics
- Example # 1: Microsoft Excel
- Example # 2: Mechanical Maintenance, Pumps
- Skill Check Task # 1: Tasks and Steps
- RTD-1 Task and Skill Check # 2: Provide a Written Handout or Printout
- Think About Visual Aids
- RTD-1 Task and Skill Check # 3: Prepare Simple, Readable Visuals
- Final Preparation / Rehearsal
- RTD 1 Wrap Up