Along with that, solid instruction aligns course content with the learning objectives and follows a sequence from lowest-level learning to highest. Traditional training agendas are similar in form, stating what will be presented in the course. I found over time that delivering training with both learning objectives and an agenda resulted in confusion for the audience. To learners, the objectives and agenda were stating the same thing in different ways and, for them, became a point of redundancy. After several observations and many discussions with Instructional Designers and Facilitators, I decided to focus the content of the slide on what was most important to the learner, statements of what they would be expected to do after successfully completing the training, written in a conversational tone. When writing a Learning Analysis Report, I still include formal TLOs and ELOs.