Once you have gained a better insight in your initial training needs, it is time to look at these needs in more detail. We have created a Training Development Template to support you in this process. It asks you the most important questions to consider before the development of training can be started.
Make a copy of the template and fill it in. The template asks you to think about the following questions:
Impact: what is the impact of the training?
Users and use cases: who will benefit from the requested training and in what way will they be able to perform better than before the training?
Intended Learning Outcomes: what should trainees remember, understand, be able to apply after the training?
Learning pathway: does the training for part of a larger programme?
Existing training resources: what resources are there already available? If earlier training material is available, can it be remixed or used as a reference for the training that needs to be developed?
New training resources: what new resources will need to be produced and how will they be used for the delivery of training?
Timeline and actions: are there specific events or deadlines when the training should be delivered? And if so, what would the planning look like to go through the different development stages?
Contact information: who is involved in the development process and who will be the contact person for future updates?
Once you have completed the template, ask a colleague to review it. If you are developing training with Europeana, check whether the training fits with resources and training already in place.