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2 two-hour sessions where you design and develop effective visual job aids for training that meet learners right where they are...on the job! They will love you for it! 

 Groups of 4 or more contact info@needastory.com for group rates. 
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Choose the date/time that fits your schedule 

Bring Story Design to every aspect of the learning experience!

 WHY ATTEND?

Master:

  1. Assessing the actions that need support
  2. Mapping the layout of the actions
  3. Applying visual design principles
  4. Strategizing placement of job aids

Practice

You'll get plenty of practice creating job aids the Story Design way! It's hands-on!

Feedback

Improve your design skills with spot-on insights from your peers...and Rance! 

Results

Give your learners the advantage of visual job aids that guide them to better performance.

 SCHEDULE

Session 1 (2 hours)
You'll analyze the action of a sample course and work through the steps of job aid creation in breakout groups and in the main Zoom room. 
Assignment
Set aside a few hours between sessions to finish building out the job aid from Session 1 (or build one for a course you're working on now). Share your work for feedback. 
Session 2 (2 hours)
Get feedback from peers...and Rance...on your work. Build a strategy for embedding job aids within and outside of the course. 
Meet the FACILITATOR

Rance Greene

Rance Greene formed needastory.com and the School for Story Design for those who struggle with storytelling at work. His methodology—Story Design—gives leaders, designers and developers a systematic and creative way for discovering who their audience is and how to persuade them to take action on new ideas. He helps talent development teams and consultants discover that they are uniquely equipped to tell the best story for their learning audiences. Rance is the author of Instructional Story Design, a practical guide for developing stories that train. He coaches, teaches, speaks and writes often on the benefits of stories to connect people to one another.
Patrick Jones - Course author
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