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Training Design Basics

  • July 09, 2014
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • University of Phoenix, 14002 E 21st St, Tulsa Oklahoma
  • 3


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Training Design Basics

Learn how to design and develop “real-world” classroom training programs.


Training Design Basics celebrates the fast-paced, ever-changing reality of organizations today.  Jobs, roles and expectations change quickly.  One day you might find yourself a subject matter expert on a topic, and the next day you might be asked to train 50 people on your area of expertise. 

Training Design Basics is designed to be your one-stop solution for designing training programs.  It is the perfect tool for new trainers, facilitators new to training design, and non-trainers taking on a training design role for the first time.  Students will experience minimum lecture, and maximum hands-on instruction with a specific end in mind based on real-life workplace needs.  Students will receive the book “Training Design Basics” from ASTD Press, and will create a personalized training plan document that can be implemented in his or her workplace immediately.

Perfect for:

  • New trainers
  • Facilitators new to training design
  • Non-trainers taking on a training role

Topics include:

  • Planning Training Projects
  • Instructional Objectives
  • Organizing Courses
  • Strategies for Presenting Content
  • Developing Course Materials
  • Producing Learning Materials
  • Evaluating Courses
  • Administering Your Course


·         21 hours of classroom instruction

·         7 consecutive Wednesdays beginning July    9ththrough August 20th

·          Meeting from 2:00 to 5:00 PM

·         University of Phoenix, 14002 E 21stSt
Tulsa, Oklahoma

·         Limited to 15 participants


·         Joint National & NEOK Members $199.00

·         NEOK ASTD Members $249.00

·         Non-Members $299.00


·         Training Design Basics by Saul Carliner

·         Personalized Training Design Plan

·         Feedback and input from professionals in the field of Training and Development

Contact: Chris Woodard cawoodard@aep.com 

The Tulsa Chapter of the Association for Talent Development


P.O. Box 33351 Tulsa, OK 74153-3351

Tulsa Chapter ChIP Code 7015

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