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Successful Training engineering in 6 steps

A development that drags on... Content not validated... A pilot session where it is realised that the training does not meet operational needs... How can you avoid the pitfalls of an instructional design project? In this article, we share our method and practical advice.

1 - The Context

Take into account

  • Your context, issues, culture

  • Your operational and financial objectives

  • Your target audiences

  • Your trainers (skills, profiles)

Be open to

  • Appearing opportunities, imperatives, ideas ...

  • A realistic view of the constraints

Define key indicators to measure the success of the project.

From this stage, the involvement of representatives of the target audiences, their management and / or future trainers is strongly recommended.

2 - Training engineering

Definition of educational objectives, choice of modalities and their pace.

The training course (duration, choice of modalities, rhythms, educational progress ...) is defined according to your budget, the reproducibility of the project and your challenges.

At the end of this stage the training program is defined and can be communicated for quick organization and mobilization.

3 - Training engineering leading to all training deliverables

Operational deliverables

  • Face-to-face animation kits

  • Digital modalities

  • Virtual classroom supports

  • Quiz…

Intermediate deliverables allow to work in project mode and to validate orientations:

  • Educational scenarios

  • Sample modules or videos

Structuring deliverables

  • Learning paths

4 - The test of digital modules and / or pilot session

The project methodology guarantees that at this stage, only the last adjustments will have to be made (duration of a sequence, adjustment of an instruction, etc.).

Training of trainers / tutors will take place according to the specifics of your project.

5 - The transfer of skills to your internal teams

If your project is reproducible, we ensure the skills development of your teams for empowerment.

Depending on your needs, Luceole's intervention can also be done during a future training design in the form of methodological coaching and pedagogical validation.

6 - The follow-up of the mission

A follow-up meeting , 3 to 6 months after the end of the mission, allows you to share the successes, the difficulties encountered, the results ... to:

  • Benefit from an outside view on possible adjustments

  • Capitalize on the results obtained for future projects


Luceole expert en ingénierie pédagogique et formation
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