Best Practices of Instructional Design

  • 20 Apr 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Keiser University 9100 Forum Corporate Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33905

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At an age and time when learning is a response to every action or external stimuli - It is important to streamline and systematize the way we learn to achieve the necessary results.

Instructional design refers to a system that enhances the learning experience of an individual. It is that aspect of a training that shows the path that one takes to reach the learning objectives.

This session will address the following questions:

  • Why must an organization design a comprehensive program to its employees?
  • How does the design show the path to learning?
  • What are the best practices of instructional design and how must we use the tools efficiently to reach the learning objectives.

Facilitator: Dharani Sridharan

Dharani Sridharan is a talent development professional who is currently employed as Leadership development specialist at Lee Memorial Health system. She holds a Masters degree in International Human Resource Management from Manchester Business School, United Kingdom. 

She hails from India, where she has worked with professionals from different industries as a human resource consultant.Her expertise lies in the field of facilitation.She has conducted numerous need analysis and designed client-specific programs catering to different issues in the organization. 

Her other interests include Human Resources in MNC's, expatriate management and culture in organizations. 

If you have any questions about this learning event or how to register please contact Christine Davlin, President, ATD Southwest Florida Chapter at cdavlin@leegov.com.
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