Course design principles P4D

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P4D is demonstrating acceptance and excitement from line management in using this methodology in course design. Simplifying the ROI opportunity....

Course design principles P4D

  1. 1. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Course Design Principles Leading Learning
  2. 2. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateMyths of Course Design It is easy for D.I.Y. It is quick – when you think you know how It can be based on one learning platform only It is for classroom only It is generic Anyone can do it Lesson plans are quick and unfocused © P 4 D Learning and Development2 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za
  3. 3. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateAgenda P4D Design Methodology P4D Planning Design P4D Learner Guide P4D Facilitator Guide P4D Summative Assessment guide P4D Assessments and Unit Standards P4D Accreditation Submissions P4D Success Tips3 © P 4 D Learning and Development Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  4. 4. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateP4D Methodology1. Plan the programme design (Do not worry to much about methodology at the planning phase)2. Design the Learner Guide3. Put in Formative Exercises4. Design the Facilitator Guide in totality5. Design the Summative Assessment work book (log Book etc)6. Quality assure7. Submit for accreditation © P4D Learning and Development 4 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  5. 5. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateP4D MethodologyPlanning1. Start with Terminal Objective a. Design objective in terms action outcome (use action words) b. Assign a “given” c. Assign and “measurable standard” d. Check against SMART criteria e. Sign off by SME’s2. Design Modular Objectives a. Design modular objectives in terms action outcomes (use action words) b. Assign a “given” c. Assign and “measurable standard” d. Check against SMART criteria e. Sign off by SME’s © P4D Learning and Development 5 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  6. 6. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateP4D MethodologyLearner Guide Take the Objective and the outcomes (VERBS) Design the entire Learner Guide in totality (All info) Link DIRECTLY to SOP’s and COP’s Format and make aesthetically pleasing Get the info signed off by SME’s Use the Objective and outcomes to design Formative Assessments © P4D Learning and Development 6 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  7. 7. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateP4D MethodologyFacilitator Guide – PT 1MOST UNDERESTIMATED DOCUMENT IN COURSE DESIGN – ensures 80%consistency and accuracy when doing train the trainer!! Take the Learner Guide Copy and paste information into the Lesson plan Design the golden thread of the programme Place all info INTO the lesson plans (including, facilitator requirements, learner requirements, visual aids, safety requirements) Use an INTRO, body and Consolidation approach Colour code all different requirements of the guide © P4D Learning and Development 7 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  8. 8. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateP4D MethodologyFacilitator Guide – Pt 2 Use Adult Learning Principles for the “golden thread” Use Situation Leadership, Readiness and Development models to ensure Development of ALL learners accurately DO NOT LEAVE A FACILITATOR TO THEIR OWN IDEAS!! To ensure consistency “tell” the facilitator WHAT to do WHEN and HOW... Plan your visual aids in DETAIL to ensure maximum impact in learning Ensure the consolidation measure the achievement of outcomes set and objective Finalise all required assessments (durations, outcomes, purposes etc...). Update Learner Guide8Design final assessments Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262;Development © P4D Learning and info@p4d.co.za,
  9. 9. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateP4D MethodologySummative Assessment Guide• In some cases a “Log Book”• All required post course assessment measures• All learner information (name, company number details etc...)• Defined outcomes and WHAT P.O.E. defined• All formative assessments achieved to be signed off in this guide• Moderators paperwork © P4D Learning and Development 9 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  10. 10. P4D MethodologyAll things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateAssessments and UnitStandards Select Unit Standards (If not already done) Unpack unit standards (to link to the PAGE in the Learner Guide where info is covered) Define WHERE the outcome is assessed Define HOW it is assessed Check all assessments for accuracy © P4D Learning and Development10 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  11. 11. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateP4D MethodologySubmission for SETA’sEnsure that your Course Design Portfolio is neat andlogical in sequenceEnsure that it is divided easily for reviewColour is ALWAYS importantDesign your QA document from this portfolioSubmit before February every year, for assessment © P4D Learning and Development11 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,
  12. 12. All things are Possible, but exceptional things are reserved for the PassionateSuccess Tips Get Line management to agree and sign off on the objectives Design the entire Learner Guide first Get SME’s to sign off content Ensure that your assessments are DIRECTLY linked to the business assessments being conducted Link the outcomes to your Performance Management Process to the learning Ensure it is real to business needs Design your programme with the “%” of return on investment you want to achieve from the programme © P4D Learning and Development12 Darryn: +27(0)82 925 2262; info@p4d.co.za,

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