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If learning outcomes are like a foundation of a building, topics are the framework for shaping what the Learning Experience will look like.
Here’s how:
Click ‘Add New Topic’ to add a new topic to the list, then add 4-5 topics you think would help learners achieve the learning outcomes stated.
Make sure the ‘Include’ box next to the topics you think are most critical for this training session. Uncheck any you won’t be including in this session.
Write out 2-3 relevant key points for each one-hour session to cover to support each learning outcome.
SiNing’s Pro Tips
The goal is not to build all the content from scratch. If we look carefully, there are always lots of great resources already available, both inside and outside our organizations. Reuse & repurpose as much of the content as you can.
Identify existing courses, videos, articles, or slide presentations as a basis for your Topics. Why reinvent the wheel, when you focus on making it better?
Topics Organizer Tips
Number of topics - Don’t worry about keeping the topic in order. You can rearrange them later. Click ‘Delete Topic’ any time you want to remove it from your list. Create ONE topic per row and double-click in any cell to edit it.
Key points - Just a bulleted list is enough to make it easier to create your talking points and learning assets later. Click double-sided arrow to expand table cell for more space.

Note: If you make any changes to the Learning Outcome on the previous page, you’ll need to double-click in the Learning Outcome column on this page to refresh it to see changes.
Review your Learning Outcomes
Keep these in mind as you make decisions about what’s missing or what you may need to cut out:
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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
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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
Top 10 motivators for purchasing electric scooters
Top 2 are:
Portability on when commuting on public transport systems
Environmental concerns
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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
Top 5 pain points that electric scooters solve for
Top 2 are:
High cost of ride-sharing expenses
Inconvenience of carrying and storing bicycles
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