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The approach of training modules

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I'm designing a classroom training pertaining to a new government law on housing.

I've got my learning objectives and broken them down into 4 modules.

I'm wondering how to introduce those modules or how to approach them.

Any ideas on how to make those modules flow?

Thanks,

Julie

5 Responses

  1. Training modules

     Hi Julie

    When you say how do i approach / introduce these modules, what do you mean?  Is it how do you position them logically or rationalise why they’re important?

     

    Hope to be able to help.

     

    Mark

  2. Introducing learning topics

    Hi Mark,

    What I’m looking for is more how to introduce my learning topics (modules). I’ve put them in a logical order but how can I introduce them? I was thinking more of a connection learning activity, but I can’t do that for every module…

     

    Thanks,

    Julie

  3. Story

    Hi Julie

    Even if the modules are seperate try and have a story that ties them all together…walk your characters through the course module by module…

    eg Mrs Smith went to the housing department and… (you could have 3 or 4 stories maybe assylum seekers, disabled, elderly, young people etc etc)

    Having cut out animated characters works really well so have some images to introduce each character.

    Much easier to relate to methods and processes when they have a human feel to them.

    Good luck

     

    Steve

  4. Story

    Thanks Steve!

     

    I love that idea, however when it comes to stories, I get stuck. More so for this course as it pertains to a new insurance program on government housing. The modules I have are the following:

    – The new law

    -The agreement with the insurance company

    -Lease management process

    -System impacts

    -Forms

    How about a story about, let’s say Bob, who’s about to rent an appartment in that housing complex? And another storyline about Jack, who’s the office manager?

  5. Perfect

    The new policy must affect someone so your course is about how it affects, who it affects, when it affects,why it affects and what they need to do about it.

    Much more interesting if we get to know the characters and walk them through

     

    Watch the X Factor to see how powerfull attaching a story is ūüėČ

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