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Five Timeless Tips for Effective Training

We have designed and developed a lot of training since 2002 (when the company was started) or since 1984 (when Pete started in the business). Much of it was instructor-led, sometimes for professional instructors and other times for delivery by subject matter experts, leaders, coaches, and supervisors. Lately, much of it has been eLearning using […]

The Future of Training

Upon being asked for ideas on innovative learning strategies, I thought I would post them here as well. Of course, often what is innovative in one environment is old hat in another. And innovative doesn’t necessarily mean effective — effective should always be top priority. Still, it can be helpful to think about where things […]

What Do Instructional Designers Do?

Recently, I saw an ad in the March 2010 Issue of T&D  looking for instructional designers to create “innovative elearning…” It caught my eye because it was looking for volunteers to build training for kids. But it rubbed me the wrong way and reminded me of a continuing concern I have that when people think […]