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What is ADVISOR? ADVISOR is a decision support tool. It analyzes your training courses to determine the most economical blend of delivery options including instructor-led, print, Computer Based Training (CBT), conferencing, Internet and Electronic Performance Support System (EPSS) that will meet your organizational, learning and learners’ needs. ADVISOR guides you through the entire media selection and costing process, offers valuable insight on what should be taken into consideration and why, generates concise charts and tables to effectively communicate your results to others and provides comprehensive reports to support your decision.
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Learning Without Limits is a series of three publications written and produced by Informania, Inc. staff members from 1996-2000. In each Volume, Informania's instructional designers, technologists, executive team and industry partners documented their explorations, observations and experiences with several early projects involving elearning, learning objects and competency based learning designs. Volume I was published in 1996 with Network Publishing Inc. as a collection of white papers by Steve Allen, Elliott Masie, Anne Derryberry, Ellen Wagner and Al Viera. This volume is out of print, and there are no known electronic copies.
(Click here to open Learning Without Limits, Volume 2)
(Click here to open Learning Without Limits, Volume 3)

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(Click here to open the HIPAA Training Playbook)

Subject matter expertise is often confused with training ability; however, in-depth mastery of a particular discipline does not guarantee quality instruction. Many training departments have not considered the differences between HIPAA subject matter expertise, which often has a legal or technical foundation, and training and instructional design expertise. In order for most people (adult learners, to be specific) to understand the regulations well enough to abide by them, they need to be instructed on how to follow HIPAA regulations and what these regulations mean in terms of their job, their organization and the health care industry.

The successful HIPAA training initiative must take into account many variables and approaches to performance and learning. This document covers key areas that should be considered when seeking to develop and deliver effective and appropriate HIPAA Training. TriageTraining believes that the most successful HIPAA training initiatives will include review of multiple factors, resulting in the training program’s “Setting the right learning objective for the right people”. The issues that a HIPAA training department must consider include the content complexity (content, interaction, and evaluation), the audience characteristics and needs, and the performance and change requirements.