Design the Training Plan; Use ADDIE Model
Using the ADDIE model, design a training plan based on the findings and training outcomes revealed in your TNA. The training plan should include the following, at a minimum:
Include a paragraph describing the organization and training issue.
Discuss organizational and training goals and objectives, the target group, and the KSAs that should be expected of learners, which the training will address.
Determine program format, length of training, and method of delivery.
What will be the costs, and what resources will be needed from the organization? A training plan budget is important because an organization needs to anticipate, plan and pay for the training costs. In the section, you will develop a spending plan that breaks down the costs of your proposed training plan. Consider the following cost categories for your budget table and report: Direct Costs, Indirect Costs, Preparation Costs, Developmental Costs, Participant compensation, Evaluation costs, Total Training Costs. Your budget will have two components, a formal report and a budget table.
Prepare a table with a proposal for your training.
Prepare a written budget report Describe in detail each the costs associated for your organization training needs as it applies to your training plan. Explain all of the costs included in your budget table.
Describe what will be included in the program materials and activities. Consider communication tools, modules, learning aids, and assessment/evaluation tools.
Give specifics on how you will implement and deliver training. Include any “train-the-trainer” pilots and plans for training.