So, what are learning objectives?
Quite simply, they’re the things you want your team to achieve as a result of completing your training. This could be:
- Remember and recall information
- Demonstrating understanding
- Apply knowledge in a real-world situation
If you’re wanting to get technical about it, there’s a thing called ‘Blooms Taxonomy’ which is a model that will give you a simple way of explaining the different types of training objectives and how each one is suited to different situations.
This is a very important step in designing learning as it sets out the problem you want to solve, and the change in behaviour you're aiming to see in your learners.
This easy-to-follow cheat sheet with outline 3 steps to take to write clear and concise learning objectives for your training.