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How to Make Learning Impactful for the Reshaped Workforce

View this on-demand webinar recording for practical and applicable how-to guidance in creating impactful, online training for your workforce.

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With employees working in non traditional settings due to the implications of the global COVID-19 pandemic, how have your training programs changed? In 2020, learning and development professionals were tasked with quickly converting instructor-led training courses into an online format to continue delivering critical training to employees who are now working remotely. That was survival mode! The time is now to prepare and objectively review your training programs to transform and shape the way we work into the future as this is our new normal.

Learning objectives:

You will walk away understanding how to:

  • Determine best practices for which content from an instructor-led course can and should be converted to either a virtual instructor led or an e-learning course 
  • Effectively and efficiently convert content to an online format 
  • Accelerate and transform off-the-shelf content from in-person to online 
  • Use UL’s Create tool to create training quickly and easily for rapid delivery   

Speakers:

Carrie McKeague, content solutions manager at UL
Moira Benton, eLearning instructional designer at UL
Becky Phillips, learning services manager at UL

Webinar date:

Jan. 13, 2021

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Transform Your Training: How to Make Learning Impactful for the Reshaped Workforce

 

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