Developing a training manual is an important part in designing a formal training program.
Discharge of returned items All returned items are handled at this desk.
When borrowers return their items, the items are discharged, resulting in the removing of the items form the borrower's record.
As it follows the checklist it makes reviewing easy while training is ongoing.
Illustrations are difficult to incorporate in the text, which have been handled as handouts to overcome this restriction.
Good page layout increase readability and make the information more accessible.
The organization of the material on the page guides the eye of the reader – which areas get attention and in what order.
Manuals are generally developed using the most commonly used instructional design models - the "ADDIE" model.
The training manual can have different versions for the trainer/presenter and the trainees.
A copyright notice can be included, as well as acknowledgement of contributors if appropriate.