In simple terms, a learning objective outlines what learners should know or be able to do by the end of the respective session or program. Typically, trainers can set a broad set of learning objectives for the entire training program, and then devise specific learning objectives that cater to the purpose behind each training session. As one might notice, even in a train the trainer program, a list of learning objectives is present for the trainees to gauge what will be included and how the program will benefit them in the short and long term. Learning objectives are a commonly used terminology that prevails in the spectrum of training and education, and this blog considers some of the main reasons why establishing learning objectives are important:
Typically, a train the trainer program aims to cover the importance of learning objectives and they also delve into how to effectively design a learning objective. That said, trainers really need to design concise and relevant learning objectives in order for them to realise the aforementioned benefits. If the learning objectives are not brief and specific then the trainers may end up being as lost as the trainees, and s/he will struggle to deliver a structured lesson.
Written By : Shivangi Chakraborty
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