TrainingPros continues the Learning Views webinar series in 2016 in partnership with Harrisburg University, and we are excited to offer this event. Join us in exploring ways to implement learning strategies that are less time-intensive and easy to use for learners. We are delighted to have speaker Teresa Davenport, President of Davenport Design & Development share more on this very relevant topic. Register below!
Topic: EASY Learning That Works: Taking It From the Classroom to the Learner
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Time: 3:00-4:00pm EST (60 minute session)
Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early.
Speaker: Teresa Davenport, President of Davenport Design & Development
Learning & Development (L&D) must constantly redefine themselves in terms of value to the organization and HOW they provide learning and professional development solutions. Lengthy classroom courses are losing ground as a stakeholder's first choice; decision-makers want to see learning taking place without taking employees out of their productive routine. Learning needs to take place in smaller chunks, preferably while employees are "at work." The key word is EASY: easy for the learner, easy for the developer. How is L & D going to deliver?
In this webinar we will explore ways to replace time-intensive, productivity-lowering learning with solutions that are at learners’ fingertips, just-in-time yet comprehensive, engaging, AND easy to create and implement. You will see how to design a blended learning solution that retains instructional integrity even though the “pieces” are scattered among different learning portals. As we explore real-world scenarios from industry leaders, you will embark on the journey of seeing how L&D can deliver EASY learning that works!
About the Speaker:
Teresa Davenport, M.S. is President of Davenport Design & Development, a training and development firm that powers D3 University. She has led and been a team member on more than 50 large-scale learning and organizational development projects in all organizational sectors, including technology, manufacturing, healthcare, services, and government. Her passion is to empower others to use their knowledge, skills, and abilities at their highest level.
TrainingPros, founded in 1997, works closely with learning departments of large organizations to identify, attract, and support leading contract specialists for focused training and development engagements.