So you’ve been asked to get the staff trained on new software and/or procedures. Whether you plan to do it in-house or contract it out, careful planning will help ensure that the experience is positive for all parties involved. So where should you begin? Having a clear set of expectations at each stage of the effort is critical to a successful outcome, but having a very clear idea of the desired overall outcome is a great place to start. There are plenty of other considerations: Should you do the training in-house or send your team to an established institution? How about an external consultant? What about training materials and learning content? Should you perform pre-assessments and post-assessments of attendees’ skill level? In this session, we’ll explore all of these issues and questions and more. And at the end, you will have a solid road map that you can adapt to your own situation, giving you the tools and strategies needed to design a successful training delivery system for your organization.
This class is targeted toward anyone tasked with (or interested in) managing or developing training curriculum for their organization
Paul Aubin is the author of many Building Information Modeling (BIM) book titles, including the widely acclaimed Aubin Academy Mastering Series, which includes Revit for Architecture, and Renaissance Revit: Creating Classical Architecture with Modern Software, and Revit video training—which you can find at www.lynda.com/paulaubin. Aubin is an independent architectural Revit software consultant helping architectural firms be successful with Autodesk, Inc., software.