Basics of the ADDIE Model
Have you ever been tasked with creating a training course on a complex topic and struggled with where to start? The best thing to do is to take this seemingly insurmountable task and break it down into manageable pieces.
The ADDIE ISD Model separates the entire training development process into five distinct phases: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate. This presentation examines the basic steps in each of the ADDIE Model phases and recommends some tools you can use to accomplish tasks during each phase.
Whether you are an experienced developer familiar with the ADDIE approach, or just beginning your career in training development, this session is sure to provide you with valuable take-a-ways to improve your approach.
About the Speaker:
Tim Spelman, Design Leader at Creative Training Concepts, Inc.
Tim is a lead instructional designer at Creative Training Concepts, Inc., a woman-owned business located in Monument, CO. For the last 26 years, he has applied the ADDIE Model for designing training courses to a variety of topics, from technical repairs on complex computer systems to patient education in managing diabetes.
He is responsible for coordinating development of custom classroom-based training and interactive eLearning programs for clients in a variety of industries. Tim manages instructional designers, videographers, graphic artists and programmers to ensure a quality finished product is delivered to customers on time and within budget. Prior to Creative Training Concepts, Tim was an Instructional Designer and Customer Training Manager at Xerox Corporation.
Tim has been a National ASTD Corporate member for 14 years and is certified in Mager Criterion Referenced Instruction. He has also been a member of the CLO Business Intelligence Board since 2010.