It involves data gathering, identifying the training requirements, and understanding customer expectations.
The output generally includes scope of work document, project kick-off pitch, project plan, and Training Need Analysis (TNA) document.
Based on the analysis, the design or the blueprint of the training is created.
A key output of this phase is the training design document.
Training development and pilot testing are the hallmarks of this phase. This phase may also include the prototype creation.
The output developed includes storyboards, prototype, alpha, beta, and the final delivery of the training.
It involves the actually delivery of the training to the learner.
The output is the deployment of the training on the Learning Management System (LMS) or deployment of the classroom training materials.
We determine the effectiveness of the training. We should keep in mind that evaluation in reality takes place at every point throughout the ISD process.
The output is user feedback form analysis and recommendations for enhancement.
We’ll review each phase in detail in my subsequent posts.