Original Date: 05/08/1995
Revision Date: 01/18/2007
Information : Instructional Design Consulting Manual
McDonnell Douglas Aerospace (MDA)-St. Louis’ Employee and Organizational Development program supports the organization’s growing need to develop training outside the range of management and professional development courses. Using an industry-standard process integrated with the consulting process, internal Instructional Design Consultants help customers generate specific training programs and materials to be used with their work groups. An Instructional Design Training Guide has been published describing the consulting process to assist customers in developing training programs. The guide can also be used for designing Train-the-Trainer workshops for potential course developers and trainers.
The Instructional Design consulting process consists of interactive steps such as meeting with the customer, analyzing training needs, designing training programs, developing training programs, implementing training programs, evaluating training effectiveness, and determining the next actions. Major benefits of this structured approach to assisting users with their training needs are the ability to meet the organization’s specific training requirements in a professional, focused way, the capability to measure training efficacy, and maximizing the resources of training professionals.
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