Design of Effective Workplace Learning
The Design phase of the ADDIE model uses the task performance information collected during analysis to specify, in measurable terms, the knowledge, skills, and abilities that training will develop in the employee. Job performance measures are prepared for each task. Defining how individual tasks are performed focuses training development efforts and supports in-plant training and qualification.
Performance objectives are developed for groups of task-related knowledge and skills. The performance objectives define what action the employee must perform, under what conditions, and to what standard. Tests are produced to ensure that the objectives are evaluated in a reliable manner. Design ends with development of a training plan. The work product from the design phase is the Content Design Document, or CDD, that is used as the basis for content development.
This module takes 30 minutes to complete. At the end of this module, you must obtain an 80% or higher on the Test Your Knowledge for it to be marked as complete. You have unlimited attempts and the highest attempt is recorded.