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Chapter 24 the Practice of Learning and Development 299 Planning and delivering learning events This process of planning and delivering learning events and programmes is described by the ADDIE model, which lists five phases: analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. programme on performance is measured and the degree to which it met expectations assessed. A toolkit for the planning and delivery of learning events is contained in Chapter 64 of this handbook. blended learning Blended learning is the use of a combination of learning methods to increase the overall effectiveness of the learning process by providing for different parts of the learning mix to complement and sup- port one another. A blended learning programme might be planned for an individual using a mix of planned experience, self-directed learning activities defined in a personal development plan, e-learning facilities, group action learning activities, coaching or mentoring, and instruction provided in an in- company or external course. Generic training for groups of people might include e-learning, planned instruction programmes and selected external courses. Within a training course Analysis phase In the analysis phase the learning goals and objectives are established and the learning environment and learner's existing knowledge and skills are identified. Design phase The design phase deals with subject matter analysis, the programme outline and the use of learning aids and assessment instruments. Development phase