A "classroom" can be any place where learning should take place. Whether online, physical, or hybrid spaces, there are some common disasters that can occur. These can happen when:

A) There's no clear purpose or goal to the training

B) Employees don't know "what's in it for them"

C) The broader professional development path or specific training session hasn't been effectively designed

E) The training content or method is repetitive and unengaging

F) The trainer or facilitator doesn't understand how to train well

An instructional designer is often called to help resolve any (or sometimes all) the above issues. In this learning path, you'll learn about the different issues that lead to classroom disasters and how to avoid them!