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  • 1. Instructional systems Design Done By : Yousuf Al-Khanbashi ID:48569 Department of Instructional & Learning Week 14 Writing training objectives using SMART
  • 2. What does SMART mean? Smart originally meant 'stinging and sharp' , as in‘a smart blow’ – maybe a good description of some training? In business it has come to mean “clever and intelligent”.
  • 3.
    • S – specific (thankfully, everyone seems agreed on
    • this one).
    • M – measurable, motivating, monitored.
    • A – achievable, actions, active, attainable, agreed and assessable.
    • R – Relevant, realistic, responsibility, results-oriented,
    • Rewarding and relevant.
    • T – time-bound, tactical and time-based.
    Smart Ojectives
  • 4. Specific says exactly what the learner will be able to do. Measurable can be observed during the training session. Active uses an active verb that implies change Relevant to the needs of the client and the company. Time-bound achievable by the end of the training programme. Checking an objective is SMART
  • 5. How can SMART help?
    • Do you think that the Smart is a writing process or checking process?
    There is a difference between checking something is SMART (an appropriate thing to do) and writing an objective using SMART (pretty well an impossible thing to do). SMART – in this context (Specific, Measurable, Active, Relevant and Time bound ) can do is help the trainer to ensure that they have covered all the bases with their client when they have written the objective.
  • 6.
    • The conditions for the performance:
    • Conditions set are the given circumstances with which trainer would expect to be provided.
    • For example: the tools, the equipment, the time of day and the people present.
    • The standards for the performance:
    • Standards are the minimum observable and acceptable standards that trainer must meet for her new performance to be adequate.
    How to Develop the traning?
  • 7. How to develop meaningful training objectives? with no more PowerPoint 2000 … than 1 spelling error per 1,000 words . In Microsoft Word and … with no more PowerPoint 2000.. Use a spell checker … Standard Condition Behaviour
  • 8. Thank You ! Play with the best