Course Design Canvas


Inspired by tools with similar formats such as the Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas and Project Canvas, the Course Design Canvas is a tool which allows a course to be designed quickly by considering the most important elements of a course and viewing them simultaneously. This comprehensive visual helps facilitate understanding between all aspects of the course, while allowing each section to be designed in detail.

The primary benefit of the Course Design Canvas is its simplicity and ability to visually design a training solution alongside our client that takes all their needs into account. In this sense, it greatly facilitates understanding and communication in a fast and effective way. We utilize the Course Design Canvas when designing a custom course with our clients. This template is formatted in Microsoft PowerPoint and is licensed under a Creative Commons license. Download and use it freely for your own development efforts!

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BA Proficiency Assessment

Identify your team’s analysis skills gaps.

Requirements Package

Completely define business and functional project requirements.

Requirements Validation

Validate test plans, test cases, and defect reporting.

Estimating Analysis Time

Track, stakeholders, the time needed and dependencies.

Business Case

Justify your project based on feasibility and a cost/benefit analysis.

Happy Meeting Box

Set meeting expectations and ensure you are prepared.

Mentoring Relationship

Take advantage of your talent with a mentoring program.

RFP Response

Identify your solution requirements and how your vendors stack up against them.

Decision Making

Plan and track your project decisions.

System Interface

Analyze and communicate system interface and data migration requirements.

Facilitated Session

Plan for thorough requirements gathering sessions.

Collaboration Model

Set role expectations and communicate each member’s contribution.

Stakeholder Analysis

Track important information about your stakeholder(s).

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