This course introduces learners to the skills and knowledge required to prepare, manage, monitor and review the delivering of distance-based learning. It covers how to prepare and contextualise distance-based learning materials, manage distance-based learners, support and guide them through a program before finally conducting a review of the process.
- Key concepts
- Planning the delivery of distance-based learning
- Supporting distance-based learners
- Monitoring learner’s progress
- Reviewing the program.
- On completing this course, learners should be able to:
- Define and explain distance-based learning, the types and techniques
- Identify and explain learner characteristics
- Facilitate distance-based learning
- Define and explain models of delivery
- Interpret and explain policy and regulation
- Prepare for distance-based learning
- Determine learning objectives
- Prepare delivery management plans
- Consider learner characteristics
- Evaluate learners’ suitability for distance learning
- Select and evaluate resources
- Recognise the need for support in distance-based learning
- Identify support options
- Tailor communication for distance learners
- Provide information to learners
- Support learners throughout the learning program
- Address learner difficulties
- Monitor learner progress
- Review the learning program
- Describe Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model
- Define and explain formative and summative evaluation
- Identify opportunities for improvement.
Organisations implementing this course will:
- Have a defined process for delivering learning programs for remote employees that ensures learning
- Provide cost-effective training to employees in remote locations
- Increase efficiency and productivity
- Engage, retain and develop employees.
This course is designed to be delivered organisation-wide. It applies to people leading a team, aspiring leaders and those responsible for managing learning programs for remote employees.
Approximately 90 minutes