How to Write Course Objectives and Learning Goals
We know what you’re thinking… course objectives and learning goals—YAWN. They can be boring, yes, but come to this Session and see how and why these two formerly boring concepts can be sexy. Learn how they are part of what holds the key to happier, more successful clients for your dog training business.
Who should attend?
This Session is for business owners and managers, as well as trainers who teach group classes and offer individual training.
What you’ll learn?
If you’ve never even thought about course objectives (or why you might want to), this Session is for you! It’s also for you if you know about them, but don’t yet use them.
You’ll see how course objectives and learning goals are central to the success and satisfaction of your clients. These two concepts are crucial to the development of a solid and achievable training plan that will (1) teach the dog, (2) teach the client, and (3) ultimately lead to logical, fluid, and effective training plans and group class offerings.
We will be working as a group (or a few small groups, we’re flexible) on a few common real-life course objectives. You’ll practice using Bloom’s Taxonomy (covered in this Session, don’t worry) to write course objectives and learning goals that you can take back to your business and implement right away. Plus, you’ll have a neat little template to use to build course objectives that are specific to what you teach.