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Didactic concept

Why, for whom and how?
 

 

If you want to effectively train your employees, it is important that you think about how to do so. And not only that, but also why you let your employees learn something and which employees exactly are involved. So what do you have and how do you formulate that ? What is the exact description of your target group, what does it already know and what does it really need or does it really need to know for the learning objective? It is also important to agree at an early stage on the content of the training. You will be amazed at how many different answers a question like: “What do you actually mean by the main subject of this project?”

All these questions are taken up with you by our educational experts at the beginning of a training course. You will understand that the answers can differ per schooling. This also applies to the question of what preconditions there are. Is there, for example, a teacher available who assesses the work of participants and provides feedback? Within what terms are retakes possible?

Advice

Our educators know how to ask the right questions and are keen on the answers. As a result, they know exactly what information is needed to draw up a good didactic concept and to give you good advice: which form of learning offers the most added value for the desired learning path? Is only e-learning the best way or should it be combined with some group meetings, a form of blended learning ? Or is a job-aid sufficient in a given situation? Of course we like to develop e-learning modules for you. But we only will do so if we believe that these really offer added value for our customers.

A good didactic concept is the blueprint for content development. And only content based on a good didactic concept can ensure the highest learning return.

If you want to effectively train your employees, it is important that you think about how to do so. And not only that, but also why you let your employees learn something and which employees exactly are involved. So what do you have and how do you formulate that SMART? What is the exact description of your target group, what does it already know and what does it really need or does it really need to know for the learning objective? It is also important to agree at an early stage on the content of the training. You will be amazed at how many different answers a question like: “What do you actually mean by the main subject of this project?”

All these questions are taken up with you by our educational experts at the beginning of a training course. You will understand that the answers can differ per schooling. This also applies to the question of what preconditions there are. Is there, for example, a teacher available who assesses the work of participants and provides feedback? Within what terms are retakes possible?

Advice

Our educators know how to ask the right questions and are keen on the answers. As a result, they know exactly what information is needed to draw up a good didactic concept and to give you good advice: which form of learning offers the most added value for the desired learning path? Is e-learning only the best way or should it be combined with a few classroom meetings, a form of blended learning? Or is a job-aid sufficient in a given situation? Of course we are happy to ontwikkelen e-learning modules for you. But we only do that if we believe that these really offer added value for our customers.

A good didactic concept is the blueprint for content development. And only content that is based on a good didactic concept can ensure the highest learning return.

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