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Developing an NHI Course

Developers play a critical role in helping NHI accomplish its mission of improving the conditions and safety of our nation's roads, highways, and bridges by providing transportation trainings and professional development. NHI course developers are responsible for designing training that is distributed to transportation personnel domestically and internationally in order to improve the quality of transportation worldwide.

NHI offers a wide variety of tools and support necessary to develop Instructor-led training (ILT), Web-based training (WBT), and Web-Conference training (WCT). To learn more about developing a course with NHI, browse the resources below.

Resources for Developing an NHI Course

Sample Course Design Plan

Provides a template for creating a course design plan, which serves as a blueprint for course development.

Learners First: Creating Engaging and Interactive Learning Experiences

Instructional guide to make training materials more engaging and interactive.

Resources for Developing Instructor-Led Training (ILT)

NHI Instructor-led Training Standards Guide

Provides NHI requirements for the design and development of Instructor-led Trainings.

Sample Instructor Guide

The instructor guide is designed to be a comprehensive tool for facilitating the course.

Sample Participant Workbook

The participant workbook contains information about the course, resources and references.

Resources for Developing Web-based Training (WBT)

Resources for Developing Web-conference Trainings (WCT)

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