This handbook, which presents in 171 pages, a design-based approach for training, that leads professionals through a systemic behavioral digital process to developing training programs for employees. The behavioral design is a scientific methodology built on three principles: systematization, behaviorism, and quantification of training from the start to end.
The handbook is organized in three parts:
(1) Professional Needs Assessment for Skill Renewal /Training;
(2) Designing the Training Program; and
(3) Designing Program Dissemination and Evaluation.
The four chapters in part 1 cover the following topics: the reformation design of training, professional needs assessment of a job, professional needs assessment of an organization and its employees, and unifying professional needs and establishing behavioral digital bases of training design.
The three chapters of part 2 discuss the design of the training curriculum (goals, knowledge and achievement activities), designing the instruction of training (methods, media, and technologies), and the design of human and material services.
Finally part 3, contains two chapters: designing the training document, program marketing, and preparation for implementation; and designing the evaluation of training. The handbook includes 49 references and an index.