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Training Lesson Plan Template: Design vs. Delivery

A lesson plan is an essential tool for designing a high-quality learning experience.  When it comes to delivering a high-quality learning experience, you may need something a little different.

I recently wrote a post about this free lesson plan template.

training lesson plan template

If you tend to use PowerPoint or other visual aids to guide your delivery, it’s not always convenient to try to flip back and forth between your lesson plan and your slides.  Making a few modifications to this lesson plan format can help to make your delivery smoother.  Here is an example of a way to combine your visual aids with your training lesson plan in order to ensure nothing falls by the wayside as you facilitate and advance through your visual presentation (you can download a full-sized sample lesson plan to see the lesson plan in use).

 training lesson plan template completed

I’ve worked with my colleagues at Endurance Learning to build these same concepts into Soapbox. Give it a try for free!

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