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Within the framework of the TRAINPOST distance-learning programme, which is based on a simpler and more user-friendly training approach, the Universal Postal Union (UPU) offers the participant trainees, in Human resources field, several important courses in the programme. One of them is dealing with Web-based learning . This course is made up of seven modules.
Its aims is to give postal training professionals, of all levels, an introduction to the ways in which information - off-line and on-line - can be usefully added to their existing set of distance learning techniques.


NOTE  : The learner may choose the language in which to follow the courses (Arabic, English, French or Spanish), via the relevant home page.

 
 
 
  Introduction of the course
    - General aims
- Entry Qualification
- Technology Competence Inputs
   
  Module 1 : Management Summary
    Section 1 : Management Summary
   
  Module 2 : Technology-based Training
    Section 1 : OFFLINE Computer-based Training
    Section 2 : Web-based Training
     
  Module 3 : E-learning Development Strategies
    Section 1 : The TRAINPOST Training Development Methodology
    Section 2 : Blended Solutions
    Section 3 : The In-House Alternative
    Section 4 : Learning Management Systems
    Section 5 : WBT Design Errors
     
  Module 4 : Instructional Principles
    Section 1 : The Fundamental Learning Cycle
    Section 2 : Learning Standards
    Section 3 : Interactivity
   
  Module 5 : Design of the Learner Interface
    Section 1 : General Principles
    Section 2 : Learning Architecture
    Section 3 : Basic interface Mistakes
    Section 4 : Navigation
     
  Module 6 : The Development Process
    Section 1 : The Analysis Phase in E-learning
    Section 2 : Development Procedure
    Section 3 : Production
    Section 4 : Site Testing (Evaluation)
    Section 5 : The Project Team
   
  Module 7 : Advanced Functions
    Section 1 : Why You Have to be On Your Guard
    Section 2 : Scripting
    Section 3 : Advanced Page Design
     
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