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Live Online Learning: 3 Keys to Virtual Training

TechKnowledge 2015 FR105

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When rolling out live online training to your workforce, what needs to happen to ensure it goes smoothly? This session will cover the three key steps every organization should follow in a virtual training implementation. It will provide practical examples from organizations that have successfully implemented live online training, along with specific tips for success. Whether its a complex blended learning program for a large global audience or only a single synchronous session, proper preparation is essential. Therefore, this highly interactive session will help you prepare your participants, your facilitators, and your technology for live online learning. It will also provide checklists and guidelines that you can put to immediate use.

Author

  • Cindy Huggett

    Cindy Huggett, CPLP, is an independent consultant, professional speaker, instructional designer, classroom facilitator, and author who specializes in workplace training and development. With more than 25 years of experience, she has successfully designed curriculums, facilitated classes, and led training rollouts in almost every industry and every size organization. Cindy partners with her clients to help them transition from the face-to-face to the virtual classroom, and works with them to design online and blended learning solutions.

    Cindy is the author of Virtual Training Tools and Templates (2017), The Virtual Training Guidebook (2013), and Virtual Training Basics (2010). She co-authored two Infoline issues, “Simple, Effective Online Learning” (2008) and “Designing for the Virtual Classroom” (2009). She’s also contributed to several compilations, including the ASTD Handbook and 101 Ways to Make Learning Active Beyond the Classroom, and written several articles for TD magazine.

    Cindy holds a master’s degree in public and international affairs from the University of Pittsburgh, and a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University. She is also a past member of the ATD National Board of Directors and was one of the first to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation. You can find Cindy sharing training tips on Twitter as @cindyhugg, or through her website, www.cindyhuggett.com.

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