Jump-Start Your Learning Objectives: ISD, Vol. 25

  • 19m
  • Deborah Spring Laurel
  • Association for Talent Development
  • 2008

Detailed learning objectives are crucial to the instructional systems development (ISD) process. Objectives let trainers, learners, and managers know what the training will accomplish. They also allow trainers to evaluate learner progress and the training’s effectiveness. This Infoline shows readers a five-step process to design learning objectives. Readers will learn how to identify training needs, state training goals, determine key content, designate the level of learning required, and generate specific, measureable learning objectives. This issue includes practical worksheets, templates, and examples to help readers easily and successful create their own learning objectives.

About the Author

Deborah Spring Laurel is a trainers and a consultant in workplace learning and performance improvement with more than thirty-years of experience. Deborah is the principal of Laurel and Associates, Ltd., an international training and consulting firm.

In this Book

  • Objectives Made Easy
  • References & Resources
  • Job Aid