Complimentary Webinar with Dr. Kevin Gumienny
We often see training as an educational event for internal staff or skills development.
But training presents opportunities beyond simple instruction. You can use training—especially online training—to reach out to those completely outside the bounds of your immediate organization.
Training can further your organization’s mission.
It can engage potential customers.
And, it can equip channel partners to be ambassadors for your brand.
In this 60-minute webinar, Microassist’s Senior Learning Architect Dr. Kevin Gumienny takes a close look at using online training to reach new audiences, sharing lessons learned from (sometimes painful) experience.
- When and why training can be more effective than other outreach methods
- How health, IT, and other businesses and organizations use online training to reach broad audiences
- Factors to consider when using training as outreach for your organization
Register to join Dr. Gumienny as he discusses the opportunities and challenges, as well as benefits and dangers that come from using training as outreach.
Then, share with your colleagues looking for innovative ways to reach broad audiences.
Date: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM CDT
About the Presenter
Dr. Kevin Gumienny is our senior learning architect and leads the instructional design team at Microassist. While at Microassist, he’s developed online, instructor-led, and blended learning solutions, including courses for the Department of Information Resources, the Department of Public Safety, and the Military Child Education Coalition. Before arriving at Microassist, Dr. Gumienny developed courses for the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and Stony Brook University. He has worked on courses for the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Southwest Electrical Metering Association, American Public Works Association, and National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing. Dr. Gumienny has a passion for sharing skills and techniques and has delivered presentations at several conferences.