at least one
learning outcome that captures what you want learners to be able to do after their learning experience.
The Learning Outcomes Builder on this page gives you a fun, Mad-Libs-Styled way to create well-structured learning outcome statements based on the
! Simply fill out each column in the
below and your learning outcome statement will auto-magically appear below.
SiNing’s Pro Tips
Align with goals
- Again, keep the performance goal in mind by referring back to it on the
consists of the following elements:
Who are your target Learners?
Behavior or Action:
What do they need to be able to do?
Under what conditions or time limit? Anything they must include or exclude? Will support be provided?
What is the level of proficiency expected? Any quantifiable or qualitative measurement?
- It’s best to have no more than one learning outcome per one-hour training session. Often people make the mistake of thinking that the more information we cram into a session, the more the learners will get out of it and the more equipped they will be. The truth is that the more focused a session is, the more effective is.
Value of outcomes
- Remember to keep these Learning Outcomes in mind as you continue to develop your Learning Plan. They will guide you as you decide what topics to include and which activities might be the most effective use of time.
For more info
- Refer to the
Learning Outcomes Builder
Sales Account Executives
can identify at least 3 motivators or pain points of a qualified lead
based on the ‘top 10 reasons for buying an electric scooter’
by the end of a 30-minute call
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Sales Account Executives can identify at least 3 motivators or pain points of a qualified lead based on the ‘top 10 reasons for buying an electric scooter’ by the end of a 30-minute call
Time to get our hands dirty and