Instructional Design Is A Process Of Systematically Developing Training

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Instructional design is a process of systematically developing training to meet specific needs as the stages of instructional design are: Assess needs for training. Ensure readiness for training. Plan a training program that involves objectives, trainers, and methods. Implement training program through principles of learning and transfer of learning. Then evaluating the results of the training. The needs assessment provides solutions to the organizations and how they determine what the framework for the training will include. Then identifying the people in need of the training and what subjects are to be covered during the training. The readiness for training involves a mixture of discovering the employees who can complete the job successfully but are also have the appropriate amount of cognitive ability to absorb and apply the training that is being provided. Situational constraints can be constraints such as a deficiency in time, money, material, tools, or training lessons being presented. Moreover, the social support that is the manner in which trainees, peers, and employers foster encouraging and rewarding training attitudes that influence the work environment. The planning of the training programs involves decisions that focus on the distinctive objectives of whether the training is being provided in-house or by another contracted training service. Then determining the training method as typically it is either a presentation, hands-on or group building
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