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Developing Technical Training

Developing Technical Training

A Structured Approach for Developing Classroom and Computer-based Instructional Materials

  • Author: Ruth C. Clark
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
  • ISBN: 1118047419
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 288
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Since it was first published almost twenty years ago, Developing Technical Training has been a reliable resource for both new and seasoned training specialists. The third edition of this classic book outlines a systematic approach called the Instructional Systems Design (ISD) process that shows how to teach technical content defined as facts, concepts, processes, procedures, and principles. Whether you teach “hard” or “soft” skills, or design lessons for workbooks or computers, you will find the best training methods in this book. Using these techniques, you can create learning environments that will lead to the most efficient and effective acquisition of new knowledge and skills. Throughout the book, Clark defines each content type and illustrates how to implement the best instructional methods for delivery in either print or e-learning media.

Aviation safety FAA management practices for technical training mostly effective; further actions could enhance results : report to congressional requesters.

Aviation safety FAA management practices for technical training mostly effective; further actions could enhance results : report to congressional requesters.

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  • Publisher: DIANE Publishing
  • ISBN: 1428932216
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Instructional Design for Technical Training

Instructional Design for Technical Training

  • Author: Wendy Combs,Stephanie Peacocke
  • Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
  • ISBN: 9781562864361
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 16
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This Infoline will provide an overview of how to identify and plan hard skills training solutions. What's more, this Infoline will help you: identify and leverage the expertise of important technical stakeholder groups; execute a standard instructional design life cycle; avoid common challenges inherent to hard skills training.

Technical Training Basics

Technical Training Basics

  • Author: Sarah Wakefield
  • Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
  • ISBN: 1562867555
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 168
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Annotation With this book as your guide, you can understand and navigate the process of creating effective technical training programs in partnership with a subject matter expert.

Developing Audio-visual Instructional Modules for Vocational and Technical Training

Developing Audio-visual Instructional Modules for Vocational and Technical Training

  • Author: Norman T. Bell,Allan J. Abedor
  • Publisher: Educational Technology
  • ISBN: 9780877780946
  • Category: Enseignement professionnel - Aides audio-visuelles
  • Page: 168
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Demystifying Technical Training

Demystifying Technical Training

Partnership, Strategy, and Execution

  • Author: Wendy L. Combs,Bettina M. Davis
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
  • ISBN: 0470634545
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 288
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Praise for Demystifying Technical Training "Demystifying Technical Training is a must-read for CLOs,managers of training, instructors, and instructional designers. Allwho read it will gain critical insights into how to lower the costand improve the efficiency and effectiveness of learning." —Wm. Douglas Harward, CEO and founder of TrainingIndustry, Inc. "Individuals interested in and accountable for derivingsignificant value from technical training investments will gaingreat benefit from reading this book and applying itswisdom." —Karen Kocher, CLO at Cigna Healthcare "Demystifying Technical Training is an essential,complete guide for any learning organization. The overviews andconcepts are clearly stated, while the case studies and sidebarsprovide practical examples you can apply in your situation." —Jean Barbazette, president of The Training Clinic andauthor of Managing the Training Function for Bottom-LineResults "Considering the cost of acquiring and developing talent, whywouldn't all CEO/COOs insist on investing in people to improveresults and reduce risk? This book demystifies the process ofdeveloping technical experts to increase the return on investmentin human capital. Bravo!" —Martin J. Menard, former group CIO at IntelCorporation "Technical training is a key to sustaining competitiveness inthe new economy. Learn how to leverage and optimize its value inyour organization through this wonderfully insightful and practicalresource." —Dr. Arthur L. Jue, director of global organizationand talent development at Oracle and co-author of Social Mediaat Work: How Networking Tools Propel OrganizationalPerformance "Don't be misled by the title—this book—whilefocusing on the often segmented world of domain specific jobskills—provides guidance valid for the full spectrum ofworkforce learning from soft-skills to 'technical' skills." —Ruth Clark, principal and president of Clark Training& Consulting and author of e-Learning and the Science ofInstruction

Quality assurance technical development program

Quality assurance technical development program

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  • Category: Quality control
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Evaluating Technical Training

Evaluating Technical Training

A Functional Approach

  • Author: Wendy L. Combs
  • Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
  • ISBN: 9781562862169
  • Category: Electronic books
  • Page: 16
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Developing Training Courses

Developing Training Courses

A Technical Writer's Guide to Instructional Design and Development

  • Author: Rives Hassell-Corbiell
  • Publisher: Learning Edge
  • ISBN: 9780970145406
  • Category: Instructional systems
  • Page: 252
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Product Training for the Technical Expert

Product Training for the Technical Expert

The Art of Developing and Delivering Hands-On Learning

  • Author: Daniel W. Bixby
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
  • ISBN: 1119260345
  • Category: Technology & Engineering
  • Page: 272
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I was pleased to review Dan's new book - pleased because he addresses an old topic in a new way. He is making no assumptions for trainers who are not fully experienced and seasoned. He takes them step-by-step through practical and realistic methods to set up training graduates to actually be on-the-job performers. Enjoy, learn and be inspired. Jim Kirkpatrick, PhD Senior Consultant, Kirkpatrick Partners, USA Daniel Bixby’s approach to Product Training for technical experts is practical, relevant and exactly what anyone who is required to train others on technical content really needs. He writes with candor and with a sense of ease, making the reader feel as though he is right there with you helping to develop your training competency. A must read for anyone on your team required to provide technical training to others! Jennifer Alfaro Chief Human Resources Officer, USA An expert guide to developing and delivering technical product training programs While there are many books on talent development, leadership training, and internal training program development, there are precious few offering subject matter experts (SME’s) guidance on training others to get the most out of their products. Written by a training expert with many years of experience working at top technology companies, Product Training for the Technical Expert fills that yawning gap in the training literature by providing technical experts with a comprehensive handbook on becoming effective product training instructors. When new technology is rapidly transformed into products for popular consumption, technical experts, such as engineers, and other subject matter experts, are the ones tasked with instructing the public on their use. Unfortunately, most them have little or no prior experience or training in adult education and don’t have a clue about how to transfer their knowledge to others. In this book, author Daniel W. Bixby draws upon his vast experience developing and delivering training programs at Honeywell, Delphax, Telex, Bosch, and TE Connectivity, among other technology companies, to arm SMEs with the knowledge and skills they need to add “Product Training Specialist” to their resumes. Addresses an area of training too often overlooked and ignored in the professional literature Equips SMEs with the tools they need to become effective product instructors Covers both the educational and business aspects of product training for SMEs Packed with tables, illustrations, problem-and-solution sets, tutorials, enlightening real-world examples, worksheets, and group or self-study questions Features a companion website with worksheets and other valuable tools: www.wiley.com/go/bixbycert A must-have professional development resource for students and experienced technical experts alike Product Training for the Technical Expert is an ideal guide forengineers, product managers, product marketing managers, and technical instructors looking to expand their repertoires and hone their skills. It also makes an excellent course text for graduate-level engineering programs.