How to make Technical & Compliance Training and eLearning Fun and EngagingPosted by EdmontonPM
Live Webinar – May 22nd, 2012 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT
Presented by: Training Magazine
Duration: 1 Hour 1 Category C PDU – Free PDU
“Boring”. “Tedious”. “Painful”. “Do I have to?” These are the moans and complaints of learners as receivers of the data-dump type of very technical and compliance forms of eLearning.
Technical and compliance elearning can be fun and definitely help people learn when we shift the design by focusing less on just the technical view and instead, considering the learner’s perspective. This webinar will present ideas on how to make this shift possible.
Topics to cover:
- Kill the myth that technical and compliance elearning have to be boring
- Persuade technical writers or experts to shift focus: from technical to learner’s view
- Assess your program’s point of view to achieve a high impact response
- Locate “context-driven content” – those that add usefulness to procedures, policies, software, guides, assistive tools, forms, statistics, legal and citations, etc.
- Discover, focus and use “work around” content – troubleshooting, incidents, crisis, defects, rejects, returns, complains, etc.
- Use techniques to engage learners: cases, scenarios, applications
- Converttechno-geek and legalese language into understandable, digestible form for non-technical people
- Demos and examples of engaging technical and compliance programs
- To be received in advance:PRE-WEBINAR STUDY KIT, white papers, demos and examples
Presenter : Ray Jimenez (LinkedIn profile) – Chief Learning Architect and Founder of Vignettes Learning and StoryImpacts.com, a systems development and consulting company specializing in e-Learning and Performance Systems, eLearning course development and interactive tools and social learning community platform.
Ray has over twenty years experience in the consulting and training industry. Author of “3-Minute e-Learning: Rapid Learning and Applications, Amazingly Lower Cost and Faster Speed of Delivery: Plus Online Demos, Templates, Videos“, “Scenario-Based Learning: Using Stories To Engage e-Learners (Scenario-Based Learning, Volume 1)“, and “DIYEL 101 Tips for Do-It-Yourself eLearning“. Ray teaches eLearning programs for the University of California, Irvine, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center and Assumption University, Bangkok.
Workshop and briefing participants describe Ray as “fun”, “engaging”, “technically savvy”, “has depth in e-learning experience”, “balances theory and hands-on experience” and “inspiring”. Visit Ray’s website and his blog.
PDU Category C documentation details:
Process Groups: Executing
Knowledge Areas: 9 – Human Resources
- 9.3 Develop Project Team
As a Category C ‘Self Directed Learning Activity’ remember to document your learning experience and its relationship to project management for your ‘PDU Audit Trail Folder’
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