Re: training document

Subject: Re: training document
From: "gregory m. starrett" <kipstarrett -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2001 13:44:23 -0500


I have been asked to create a document from which a trainer (possibly me or a coworker) could work from to provide a two hour course on ISDN. I am a technical writer, and I understand ISDN, but I fear an attempt to provide another person acting as a trainer with a document explaining ISDN will not be enough.

What I would like to get my hands on--somehow--is a simple MSWord document as an example. One that is a clear and concise example, written for a trainer, for delivery in a class of new hires. I guess I could go to Borders and get 'Instructional Design for Dummies', but I'd hope there was some way out of spending $30-40.

Is it possible to get some samples zipped and emailed to me so that I might compare them against what I've already created and what I'd learned in the Information Mapping course on authoring training source material?

By the way 'ISD' is a buzzword/acronym used heavily in the DC area: Instructional System Design.

I REALLY would appreciate some help!! Offline is cool.

Kip Starrett

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