Are You Using Best Practices in Your Training Programs?

When designing, developing and delivering your training program, are you using a model for best practice? Has your company established best practices for education and training?

One of the oldest, but still widely used models using when developing training is the ADDIE module. ADDIE is an acronym for Analysis, Design, Develop, Implement and Analysis. Whether you use ADDIE or another model, consider all these areas when developing your education.

Best practices for education and training doesn’t stop there. There are many additional best practices you can establish to streamline the development process. Here are some additional areas to consider when established best practices:

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