It’s been a fun summer between the new book launch (Virtual Training Tools and Templates: An Action Guide to Live Online Learning), and attending a number of conferences and speaking events. It’s been great to meet so many of you!
Below you will find an update of where I’ll be this Fall. I’d love to meet you virtually or in-person, so if you’re planning to attend any of these events, please comment below on which one(s) you’ll be joining!
Wednesday August 9, 2017, 2 pm ET
Live webcast with ATD
Convert Classroom Training to Virtual Training in 3 Simple Steps
Whether you are a trainer, a designer, or someone overseeing training, you will leave this webcast with practical tips for migrating your classes to virtual solutions.
By attending this webcast, you will be able to:
- Translate classroom lessons into virtual activities.
- Avoid the three most common conversion mistakes.
- Determine the best virtual activity format for each learning objective.
- Design virtual sessions for frequent participant engagement.
September 26-27, 2017
Online Learning Conference in New Orleans
I’m excited to be co-presenting with Kassy LaBorie on Lessons Learned: What We’ve Learned in 30+ Years of Virtual Training.
You’ll get lessons learned from two industry experts who have a combined 30+ years experience designing, delivering, and implementing virtual training. You’ll hear our case studies, real-world stories, what worked, what didn’t, and the advice we have to share. And, you’ll leave with a practical list of tips and techniques that you can immediately apply to your own virtual training programs.
September 28-29, 2017
ATD’s CORE4 Conference in Austin
This two-day event features sessions from ATD’s best and most popular speakers on the most essential topics for all learning and development professionals: Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Measurement & Evaluation, and Learning Technologies.
Here are my sessions for Core4 – See the website for exact times and session numbers.
- Convert Classroom Training to Virtual Training in 3 Simple Steps
- 5 Keys to Effective Virtual Training Delivery
October 15-17, 2017
CUNA Learning Live!
CUNA Experience Learning Live! is your chance to discover best practices, breakthrough ideas and perceptive insights into modern credit union training. Over three days of sessions hosted by top minds in the training field, you’ll learn how to create a better learning environment at your credit union that enables your staff to realize their true potential.
Here are my sessions at CUNA on Tuesday, October 17th:
1 pm – Designing Interactive Virtual Training
Engagement is the best way to create an effective learning experience for your participants. This interactive session will explore five techniques to design an interactive virtual training program. You will learn practical tips that you can immediately apply when designing your next session!
2:30 pm – Converting Classroom Training to Virtual Training
Organizations are increasingly moving from instructor-led classroom training to the synchronous virtual classroom. However, one minute of classroom time does not equal one minute of virtual classroom time. And some face-to-face activities simply don’t translate or even make sense online. How do you know what to translate versus what to build from scratch, or what activity options are available that will help meet the desired learning outcomes?
This interactive session will explore the three simple steps you should follow when converting your traditional, in-person training classes into live online sessions.
October 25-27, 2017
DevLearn in Las Vegas
Designing Virtual Training for Mobile Devices
In this interactive session, you will learn how to design engaging virtual training programs when some (or all) of your participants connect to the live online session from a mobile device. You’ll first learn the important details of why virtual training platform functionality is different on mobile devices, and you’ll explore several of the common key differences. You’ll explore three specific limitations that occur and corresponding challenges that mobile learners face. You’ll discover how to prepare learners in advance, and most importantly, you’ll learn five techniques to design engaging virtual training when your audience is either mixed or fully mobile.
Which conferences and events will you be attending? Leave a comment below and let me know if I’ll be seeing you!