Learning Experience Design (LXD) is a new way of looking at ID, in which you design learning experiences to have a lasting positive impact (both for the learner, and their organisation), so that each person learns what they need to, when they need to, and in the way they need to learn.
Learning Experience Design will show you how to create learning experiences to develop and embed new habits that will inspire and engage your learners, create business impact and help learners transfer their new-found knowledge and skills back into the workplace. Whether you’re a trainer producing your own materials or you want to specialise in Learning Experience Design, you’ll find this course full of practical tips and useful ideas to help you get behavioural change.
Join us to learn how to practically apply Learning Experience design in a human-centred and agile way. This course is set at an intermediate level where you are encouraged to bring along a project to experiment with. You will leave with practical steps, and new ideas, to bring your project to life.
I can run a coaching or facilitated session for you in-house, or you can come along to the Brightstar workshops - see the timetable here.
This workshop will give you practical tools and ideas to answer the following questions.
Set up the foundations
Learning Experience Design tools
How does Design Thinking and agile mindset fit within Learning Experience Design (LXD)?
What is an LX canvas and how do I use it?
How do we diagnose performance issues?
How do we motivate learners to learn?
How do we measure the success or impact of a learning intervention?
How do I run a design sprint with our stakeholders?
Design learning which is engaging and effective
How do I build a strategy to meet the learning and organisational needs?
How do we engage stakeholders through the journey – Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), Leaders, Sponsors and Learners?
How do we design experiences to engage our learners?
How do I create a storyboard or facilitator guide which tells a story?
How do we include follow up and behavioural nudges to get long term change?
Deliver great experiences
How do I choose the right delivery method (from social learning to blended learning and every way in between)?
How do we prevent information overload, while still getting new ideas and ways of working across?
How do I use visual elements, writing, emotion and mood to increase the appeal of my learning?
Evaluate learning impact
How do we select the right evaluation level and tool for each learning intervention?
How do I plan, get feedback on, and learn from my learning experiments?