Today, I'm reviewing the following topic/skill statement from the Content Outline
These are notes, typos very likely!
Notes and Resources
The ATD Handbook notes that "TD professionals must be able to communicate using the 6 Cs of communication to produce reports, presentations, executive briefings, business cases, and other documents." These are those I noted in the last post, but I need to add courteous.
The instance of sharing information include proposals, project management plans, job descriptions, blogs, etc. Training materials will include facilitator guides, case studies, role plays, job aids, etc.
This section covers primarily written communication, such as effective use of information, communicating through writing (routine and non-routine).
Outlining, structured headings >> https://www.td.org/insights/better-science-for-better-learning-structured-outlines-improve-remembering
Types of Infographics
8 of the most popular types of infographics are (more for professional capability, but never hurts to begin considering the best way to present information in training, like what kind of infographic might be used to provide trainers (or decision-makers) with options for choosing among various programs? (Comparison.) Of course, a decision tree might also be helpful. Knowing which types of graphical decision-making tools available is always useful.
Evaluation of Communication
This is one thing I learned during the APTD certification and also during the APTD exam question writing and item review process is that evaluation is often a common theme, especially with Kirkpatrick's four levels. So it never hurts to begin thinking about application/evaluation now in the exam review process even though these are professional and organizational capabilities.
These notes apply to any form of writing (drawn from this article Don't Overlook Job Aide Evaluation)