Since January, 2014
Did our courses meet our business needs and solve performance problems? This question tops the list in every L&D Manager's mind. The best place to find an answer to this question is at the beginning – were the courses commissioned based on real, identified needs?
iDesign Skills can conduct a systematic, practical Needs Identification and Analysis (NIA) exercise for your organization using performance-based models. This study can be conducted for a given set of courses curriculum or an annual organization-wide exercise.
At the end of this exercise, we provide a detailed NI Report and a Curriculum (if applicable and within the scope). To know more about our approach and processes, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The design of learning shoulders the responsibility addressing all at once - learning needs, learner preferences, the learning environment, media and subject matter characteristics, and of course the targeted learning outcomes. It is really about finding that sweet spot where learning objectives are achieved so that learning is effective and learners are also thoroughly engaged. Our instructional approach borrows liberally from Cognitivist and Constructivist theories of learning – blending creatively with media to create a unique experience for learners.
We specialize in using Stories as an instructional method – for both classroom and eLearning – and for functional and behaviour-based training. The use of Stories allows the creation of holistic learning, that addresses both cognitive and affective learning objectives.
At the end of this exercise, we provide a detailed NI Report and a Curriculum (if applicable and within the scope). To know more about how we use Stories for holistic learning design, please get in touch with us at email@example.com
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