Curriculum Design and Development ~ Bay Hewitt Training, Recruitment, Consulting Solutions - Philippines

Friday, January 7, 2011

Curriculum Design and Development

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Many trainers and facilitators today are experts on presentation skills and training delivery but the other areas of the full training cycle are left unexplored. The two D's in CADDIE stand for Design and Development. Guilty as we may be, when asked to run training, trainers only create PowerPoint presentations and assessments without completely outlining the learning objectives and outcomes of a program in a curriculum content design document.

What's wrong with that? The trainers and trainees go into an aimless exercise of learning without truly understanding the end goals of a learning program; in addition, the training is un-documented and therefore becomes hard for other facilitators to replicate. Also, if the program does not have its specific topics, timelines, and methodologies spelled out, the trainer can just go free hand that could compromise learning quality.
It's high time to understand the full training cycle with an introduction to CADDIE and a focus on Design and Development. In this one-day learning session, you should be able to create and build robust learning programs by knowing how to write effective learning objectives, timelines, specific topics to include, methodologies, evaluation measurement plans, and engaging learning materials that can help your organization.

For those wishing to learn or improve their training design and development skills, this is the program for you. If you are a trainer, training supervisor, training manager, senior manager or teacher looking to design and develop effective learning plans and activities, this session is for you.
  • Understand the role of Design and Development in the CADDIE instructional design cycle;

  • Use a Design and Development model to systematize learning design and curriculum development;

  • Write measurable learning objectives using the Behavior, Standard, Condition format;

  • Create assessments that support learning objectives;

  • Write a design document that will include topics, sub-topics, objectives, materials needed, methodology, and learning validation modes;

  • Create effective training materials that support learning objectives

  • Introduction to CADDIE

  • What is design and development?

  • The DD Model

  • Writing Objectives
    • Types of Objectives
    • Behavior, Standard, and Condition Format

  • Creating Assessments
    • Types of Assessments

  • Building the Design Document

    • Topics to Include
    • Timing
    • Methodology

  • Developing Materials

    • PowerPoint Presentations
    • Participant's Guide
    • Facilitator's Guide
    To see if this program is available in our public learning event schedules, please go to the PUBLIC LEARNING EVENT CALENDAR.

    If you would like to request a proposal for a private, in-house or customized version of this learning program, please go to REQUEST A PROPOSAL.

    There is an available brochure for this program. Please download HERE.

    For those planning to attend a public training or workshop on this topic, please read our PUBLIC LEARNING EVENT POLICY.

    For any other additional questions, please contact (02) 925-1BAY (229) or You may also access our CONTACT PAGE HERE.


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