Tuesday, June 27, 2017, 11 am ET / 10 am CT / 8 am PT | COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR
Understand the Skills You Need to Launch a Public Sector Elearning Training Initiative
Whether you’re launching a new program at your agency or supporting an ongoing one…or whether your government program is directed to internal teams or an external audience…
You need to know that the time invested in training will produce the results you need.
Elearning can be a great choice—it’s easy to take and easy to track. Federal, state, and local government organizations, as well as institutions of higher education, use online learning for repeatable training for geographically dispersed staff and for external outreach.
But it can be tough to get right.
Join Microassist’s Senior Learning Architect, Kevin Gumienny, Tuesday, June 27, for an overview of the skills that programs need and challenges that programs face when launching an elearning training initiative.
By the end of this free webinar, you will:
- be familiar with the roles that take training from the delivery of information to training that facilitates learning, produces behavior change, and maps to measurable outcomes
- be aware of factors that can affect the time and cost of developing elearning
- be able to weigh the challenges and opportunities presented by working with an external team for some or all of your elearning development and delivery needs
Join us for this informative, government-specific session by registering today!
About the Presenter
Dr. Kevin Gumienny is Microassist’s senior learning architect. He has more than 20 years’ experience in creating accessible learning solutions for higher education, government agencies, and corporate clients, including the design of user-facing training and institution-level policy development. He’s an avid advocate for sharing skills and techniques and regularly delivers presentations at conferences and through webinars. You may read his complete bio here.
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