When it comes to the design of training, you may achieve only two of these three aspects: rapid completion, inexpensive cost, and effective learning.
This is what conventional wisdom declares. But world-wide renowned Thiagi proposes something different: He claims that you can have all three. You can use a design approach that is faster, cheaper, and better. Not only that, Thiagi proves that faster and cheaper instructional design produces better learning outcomes.
You don’t have to trust Thiagi, but you can test out his hypothesis by participating in his workshop.
Thiagi’s FCB (Faster, Cheaper, Better) workshop is established on evidence-based principles. His training design approach borrows from a diverse set of disciplines that include cognitive science, self-adaptive social systems, creative problem-solving, and improv theater. Thiagi and his associates have successfully applied this approach to hundreds of training design projects around the world.
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