Managing Training Projects

Managing Training Projects

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As training professionals strive to highlight the value of learning to the bottom line, a trainer's project management skills become more important. If training doesn't increase sales, improve productivity, increase customer satisfaction, reduce expenses, or have some similar positive effect, the training has failed. The Info line focuses on the project management process to achieve a positive outcome.In the sidebar Sample Project Schedule at right is a partial example of a project schedule for an e-learning project. Establish the Budget ... (For example, the instructional designer will interview no more than five SMEs for a total of 10 hours of research time.) a–i Set Up the ... If you developed your estimate using a column format, it is simply the total dollars (or hours) for each column. The budget should alsoanbsp;...

Title:Managing Training Projects
Author:Lisa Toenniges, Karyn Patterson
Publisher:American Society for Training and Development - 2005-12-01


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