We all know that objectives provide the foundation for training design and performance improvement. A challenge in the training industry is how to communicate this information to our target audience without creating a mind-numbingly dull introduction. Novices in the training world frequently think the only legitimate way to start a lesson is with the list of learning or performance objectives we used as the framework to design the training. My advice: Don’t do it!
|A survey by the Elearning Council indicated that approximately 50 percent of respondents (learning professionals) read objectives. Do you think your target audience reads your objectives?|