Microassist Senior Learning Architect, Kevin Gumienny, is presenting at the 20th Annual Training Expo 2016 in Austin, Texas as part of the track sponsored by E-Learning Council.
The topics for the E-Learning Council Sponsored Track are:
- Reaching New Audiences through Online Training with Kevin Gumienny.
- How to Create Effective Learning Based Videos with Kristina Smith from Bright Giant Creative Group.
- E-Tools 2016: Free Apps and Shareware for Trainers with Luke Stollings from Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
The Training Expo provides a forum for government employees involved in training and development to share ideas, resources and learning. The Governor’s Center for Management Development hosts the Expo in collaboration with the SACC Training and Development Committee and the Texas Department of Information Resources. Over 350 people registered for last year’s event, representing over 50 agencies and universities. You’ll also find networking opportunities where you can meet colleagues and other professionals to discuss training and development issues and challenges.
Reaching New Audiences through Online Training
We often see training as an educational even such as learning an ethics policy or how to use a new computer program. But training can be much more than simple instruction. It can be a way to reach out to the public, a way to further a mission. And online training offers a breath and reach that in-person training can’t match. Join Kevin Gumienny as he discusses opportunities and challenges, the benefits and pitfalls, that come from using public-facing training as mission outreach. He’ll share what works and what doesn’t, what’s effective and what’s not, as learned through (occasionally painful) experience.
When: Friday, February 26, 2016 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Where: Commons Learning Center J.J. Pickle Research Campus, Austin, Texas
Cost: $25 if registered and paid by January 31 $50 between February 1st and February 11th
Only Training and Professional Development Staff from government agencies are able to register