Writing Impactful Learning Objectives

  • 08 Feb 2018
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • ATD Webcast
  • 491

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***This webcast is hosted by ATD (td.org), separate from Metro DC ATD chapter programming. Registration may require for you to create a free account with td.org, but not necessarily be an ATD member. ***

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Learning objectives are often an undervalued part of the design process, but they shouldn’t be. Well-written learning objectives tell your learners what you want them to know and do—clearly and concisely—and then help managers, leaders, and organizations measure their progress toward that knowledge and skill.

Be sure to join Nikki O’Keeffe, facilitator of ATD’s Essentials of Writing Impactful Learning Objectives, for an interactive discussion about practical techniques and best practices for writing objectives that are behavior focused and measurable.

During this webcast, you will learn about:

• the benefits of measurable and observable learning objectives

• a method to assist in structuring your objectives and simplifying the objective-writing process

• best practices for writing learning objectives.

When you join, bring along some of your organization’s current learning objectives, or a training project you are working on, as a frame of reference.

About the presenter:

Nikki O'Keeffe, Trainer, ATD

Nikki O’Keeffe is a dedicated training specialist who delivers a positive, memorable, and meaningful service that repeatedly meets or exceeds the expectations of the client. She has experience creating strategies and visions to ensure training requirements and deliveries are in line with quality, probability, and client need. Nikki has worked in various industries, including education, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals. In her most recent role as the global senior training and development specialist at PAREXEL International, her focus was on managing and developing courses for new and existing staff on technical systems, process changes, new products, and soft skills.

Her educational background includes a BA in psychology from Butler University and a master’s degree in exercise science, health, and wellness from Northeastern Illinois University. Her specific areas of interest include virtual training, facilitation techniques, and mentoring new trainers. Nikki is skilled at providing face-to-face and online learning programs for global participants of varying experience levels. In addition to delivering training, she has performed training needs analyses to identify gaps and recommend training solutions, worked with subject matter experts as a consultant to develop courses and curriculums, and evaluated programs for effectiveness.