From Analysis to Evaluation: Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Trainers

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 11, 2008 - Business & Economics - 275 pages
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In this new book from the author of e-Learning on a Shoestring and Better than Bullet Points, Jane Bozarth has gathered a wealth of tools from leading training practitioners. Anyone—from the interested manager to the experienced training professional—can depend on this book when designing or delivering training. This single book contains all the valuable tools of the trade: worksheets for assessing training needs and writing goals and objectives; checklists for organizing the venue; and tools for analysis and structuring content. This remarkable resource also includes instant evaluation and measurement surveys, which can be customized freely from the companion website. In addition, Bozarth includes a wealth of invaluable advice for trainers at all levels on how to make effective use of props, staying energized, marketing training programs, and other things they don't tell you in train-the-trainer courses.
 

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Contents

Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers Chapter 1 Analyze
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Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers Chapter 2 Design
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Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers Chapter 3 Develop
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Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers Chapter 4 Implement
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Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers Chapter 5 Evaluate
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Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
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Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers ABOUT THE EDITOR
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Tools Tips and Techniques for Trainers HOW TO USE THE CDROM
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The Editor Jane Bozarth is e-learning coordinator for North Carolina state government's central personnel office. A popular conference presenter, she also reviews books for Training magazine's monthly "In Print" column. She is the author of e-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring and Better than Bullet Points also from Pfeiffer.

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