Training sucks … literally. It sucks budget, time, resources, and the enthusiasm of the learner. But performance … ah. The learner feels great about improved performance, and the company appreciates the budget, time, and other resources that went into creating the performance based-learning because it made a difference. How can you get your eLearning program to be more performance-based, rather than just training? Competing for eLearning budgets is much easier when you can show performance results.

Participants in this session will learn how to approach learning strategy, design, development, and assessment differently to better achieve performance results.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What performance-based learning is
  • The key elements in creating performance-based learning
  • How you can tell if it’s making a difference
  • How to approach learning strategy, design, development, and assessment differently

Audience:
Novice and intermediate designers, project managers, and managers who have some basic design knowledge.

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