Create a training and development plan
Welcome! This course is about creating a plan for human resources training and development using the ADDIE instructional design model.
Introduction[edit | edit source]
Have you been tasked with creating training and development opportunities for members of your organization? If so, that's great! But perhaps you're unsure of where to get started.
This course will show you how to create a human resources training and development plan using the ADDIE instructional design model. Trainers have used the ADDIE design model for over 40 years to create effective training. In this course you'll get to create your own training plan and then compare it to example training plans.
Lessons[edit | edit source]
- Introduction to HR training and development using ADDIE
- Analysis Phase
- Design Phase
- Development Phase
- Implementation Phase
- Evaluation Phase
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This Wikiversity course is meant to prepare learners for an assessment and credential that is available from the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Both this course and the assessment are competency based, which means learners will be evaluated on their ability to create a human resources training and development plan using the ADDIE instructional design model -just as an HR representative would in the real professional world.
If you want to contribute, you’ll need to know what tasks learners will be asked to demonstrate and how they will be evaluated.
- Competency Statement: The competency statement is a concise description of the knowledge or skills that will be assessed, and that are the desired results of instruction. For this project, learners are asked to create a human resources training and development plan using the ADDIE instructional design model.
- Assessment Rubric: A rubric enumerates the criteria by which a learner’s performance will be evaluated. View the rubric for this “Create a training and development plan” course.
- Assessment Documentation: Some assessments may have related documents, e.g. templates, that students will be asked to use as part of the assessment. View the template for this “Create a training and development plan” course.