Instructional Design

Solid Instructional design is the foundation for any successful training program.  Understanding the target audiences, business processes and what knowledge will be most relevant in helping them be successful in their roles are the keys to our success. We have a proven track record of developing engaging, innovative and relevant curriculum based on over 18 years of experience in the Learning and Development field.

ADDIE MethodologyTo ensure that the most effective and relevant content is developed, JPW Consultants and Instructional Designers follow the proven Instructional Design model known as ADDIE:

  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Development
  • Implementation
  • Evaluation

Learning Paths

Through analysis of the target audience, system and/or technology and business processes, JPW will define learning paths for each role, design and develop course curriculum, implement a training program and evaluate the results in order to ensure successful end user adoption.

With large scale training engagements for multiple end user roles, one size does not fit all.  Our best practices suggest it is important to design course content based on what is relevant to each unique functional role and define learning paths for each group to accelerate learning.  The correct learning path will cut down on end users spending time in unnecessary training.

Curriculum Development

Our team of experienced Curriculum Developers will create role-based course content for each user group based on our discovery of your systems and business workflow. JPW works closely with subject matter experts and business managers to ensure that information is relevant, technically accurate and consistent with business practices. Included in all course content are relevant scenarios, best practices and tips & tricks for getting the most out of the system or technology.

Training Documentation Development

JPW prides itself on delivering the highest quality training documentation. Therefore all materials go through our rigorous quality assurance process prior to being presented to our client. Training documentation includes but is not limited to:

  • Training PPT Presentations
  • Facilitator Scripts
  • Reference Guides
  • End User Manuals
  • On-the-job Training Guides