Computer-Based Training (CBT) requires several skills. First, one must know the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing CBT. Next, one must know what is required to design an effective CBT program. Third, one must have the hands-on skills of developing a CBT program. This workshop covers all three skills.
This is a true "hands-on" workshop with active student participation throughout. Training content is introduced the first day and by the last day students will have developed, tested and critiqued a working module of tutorial CAI.
You will gain the ability to: select computers (or not) as the appropriate delivery medium for a specific body of content; judiciously select the combination of hardware components and authoring software, and actually design and develop the training effectively. These benefits will lead to better training and more effective use of training resources within the organization.
Participants will gain the ability to be able to:
Any trainer or course developer who is interested in the use of computers in training.
This course has no prerequisite.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
The ABC's of Computer-Based Training
Course Design for the Computer
Creating Teaching Sections
Creating Teaching Flow
Screen Enhancements and Graphics
Lesson Critique and Summary