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Writing Performance-Based Learning Objectives

Clear learning objectives drive better performance.
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Before developing instructional materials, you must be clear about what you expect your learners to do as a result of your training course. You then must communicate these expectations in a clear and concise manner. A learning objective is a clear statement of the skills or behaviors you expect your learners to acquire and demonstrate during the training course, and the level of performance that is to be demonstrated. Discover how to write learning objectives that are measurable and clearly describe the desired outcomes.

Who should attend:
Instructional designers and other talent development professionals who find their learning events do not have measurable results.