All training design, no matter what the delivery method or media, follows specific training design best practices and strategies. If you have large learning populations, dispersed across wide geographic areas, Learnware Design will custom design technology-based training to meet your employees’ learning requirements. We can also take your existing classroom-based and/or paper-based programs and re-design them for online learning.
- Online, Web-based Training Programs
- CD-ROM-based Training Programs
- Webcasts (Online Facilitator Guides, PowerPoint presentations)
Case Study – The Canadian Standards Association
The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) offers new Committee Members the opportunity to learn about their role and responsabilities and the Standards Development Process during a one-day classroom-based workshop as well as by interactive CD-ROM (previously designed by Learnware Design). However, for some committee members in more remote locations, a third learning alternative was needed.
- Worked with the subject matter expert to design the webcase, incorporating the key learning materials from the one day classroom-based workshop and CD-ROM
- Designed the New Committee Member Orientation Webcast to include an interactive learning strategy, using question and answer sessions, browsing the CSA and Standards Council of Canada Web sites as well as viewing selected portions of the orientation resources and CD-ROM
- Designed a detailed Facilitator Guide to support the delivery of the Webcast, to reduce the preparation time needed for future webcasts, and for easy updating
- Coached the Webcast facilitator on how to facilitate the Webcast
New CSA Members now have a choice of which learning method best meets their needs. All of the learning methods contain consistent, well thought out learning strategies, aligned around the new Committee Member materials and resources.
New CSA Committee Members can participate in a more readily available Webcast to quickly become oriented to the CSA and their role and responsibilities, before attending their first committee meeting. All of the orientation resources are also used sooner and to greater …