Chapter 9

It’s Showtime: Delivering Success

In This Chapter

arrow Opening with a BANG

arrow Creating a supportive learning environment

arrow Getting to know your participants and their needs

arrow Using smooth transitions to move from one place to another

arrow Bringing closure to a training event

Showtime! You’ve conducted a thorough needs assessment, written clear objectives, designed an interactive training program, and developed materials. You’re on!

Stage Four, Implementing the Design, illustrated in Figure 9-1, is most likely the part of The Training Cycle that most people think about when they hear any terminology about training. It is certainly the part that everyone sees; now you can see that it is actually the culmination of a huge effort that focuses on the learner and what needs to be accomplished to ensure a successful training.


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Figure 9-1: Stage IV of The Training Cycle: ...

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