The development step is the longest and most labor-intensive part of the process. During this stage, you will actually create, test, and produce the training materials; structure the lesson; and create exercises. You should already understand what the appropriate level of challenge for this audience is, and which media would be most effective to drive the content and facilitate learning. Things to consider in this process are:

  • audience preferences

  • available equipment

  • time and budget constraints

  • your skill level.

There are different instructional strategies that can motivate, prepare, and aid retention. Some of the strategies include:

The lecture This is the most frequently used method for training. Good presentation skills are a must ...

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