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Starter kit for employee training

When you start a new job, the main question that keeps you awake at night is “What should I do?” If you’ve just become an instructional designer and ask yourself the same question, here are the steps you need to take to succeed.

  1. Choose a training delivery method. Would you like to run classroom sessions? Or would you prefer a web-based learning hub? Or something different? There are lots of ways to organize learning, and it’s essential to pick the right one from the very start to avoid a costly mistake.

  2. Choose a toolkit for employee training. Nowadays, few training programs run without any technology. So, to provide the most effective training, you’ll need a tool that’ll help you create the content you need.

  3. Develop the training program. This is the most important and interesting part. Research the topic of the course, find the right approach to teach it, and create an engaging course that your learners will love.

  4. Manage employee training programs. Your job isn’t completed after creating a training program. You should track learners’ progress, evaluate the quality of the course, and fix it, if needed.

So, this is what they expect from you when you’re an instructional designer. Don’t worry, you’ll do great!

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