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AbstractThere is a need for scholars and practitioners to continue to review best practices to maintain a workforce with the latest technology, knowledge, and skills. Often this calls for professionals and instructional designers to revisit traditional training models and processes. Although there are many system models, almost all are based on the generic analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate (ADDIE) model that evolved from research following WWII (Swanson, 2001). This paper describes the background and basic concepts of the ADDIE model. It outlines the activities comprising the ADDIE process and shows how they fit into a total instructional system with evaluation and the principles of quality applied throughout the process.