In this 2-day workshop we will start with an overview of SAM and agile, and transition into into hands-on practice using SAM to build initial prototypes, create collaborative teams, manage deliverables, and more. Our instructors are authors of Leaving ADDIE for SAM and the Leaving ADDIE for SAM Field Guide. Participants will learn the process implementation of designing and developing learning events. We will dive deep into successive approximation model (SAM) the agile, iterative process that has been used to produce award-winning courses. No longer be limited by producing ineffective learning and clumsily to navigate training, that is blamed on content and/or technology.
- Get Instructional designers, Trainers, Training directors, Training managers, Learning strategists designing cost effective training material.
- Learn to use industry wide best practices for instructional design.
- Increase ROI on training design and execution.
- Learn industry-leading strategy specifically created to facilitate brainstorming and design prototyping.
We suggest that you are familiar with instructional design practices and have some exposure to SAM. This is an introductory course that is design to get you fully immersed in the concepts of SAM
The key concepts covered are as follow:
- Agile project management
- Performance consulting
- Stakeholder management
- Performance improvement
- Acrobat 101 – Adobe Acrobat for Professionals
- Camtasia 101 – Camtasia Essentials
- Captivate 101 – Adobe Captivate Essentials
- Captivate 201 – Adobe Captivate Advanced
- Captivate 202 – Captivate Quiz Development
- Captivate 501 – Adobe Captivate Bootcamp
- Connect 101 – Adobe Connect Essentials
- Photoshop 101 – Adobe Photoshop Essentials
- Photoshop 201 – Adobe Photoshop Advanced
- Presenter 101 – Adobe Presenter
Our goal is to make sure your class meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are treated as guides to help steer the workshop. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.