Producing Virtual Training Certificate
Produce seamless and learner-centric training in the virtual classroom.
Learn proven techniques about how the role of a producer can transform your virtual training programs into trouble-free, fast-moving, and engaging learning experiences so the facilitator—whether that’s you or someone supporting you—can focus on the participants.
When it comes to live online learning, organizations know they must make it work—and quickly. Producers make this transition easier, and when used properly they can improve the experience and create better learning outcomes. A competent and confident virtual event producer enables a course facilitator to focus solely on the learners and learning experience. Without this necessary production support, the facilitator may get distracted, waste valuable learning time, and have to manage technical... Read More
When it comes to live online learning, organizations know they must make it work—and quickly. Producers make this transition easier, and when used properly they can improve the experience and create better learning outcomes. A competent and confident virtual event producer enables a course facilitator to focus solely on the learners and learning experience. Without this necessary production support, the facilitator may get distracted, waste valuable learning time, and have to manage technical difficulties. Learn the secrets to effective virtual training production to ensure your sessions are as polished as possible.
ATD, in partnership with online learning experts InSync Training, offers this virtual producer certificate via live online sessions that model the best practices taught in the course. In addition to learning how to trouble shoot, you will discover how to successfully launch breakout rooms and polls as well as scan for questions. The course concludes with a practice production session where feedback is provided. During this session, you and your peers will work together to coach, mentor, practice, and produce an existing piece of content.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
• Describe the roles and responsibilities of a producer.
• Distinguish between a technical producer and an instructional producer.
• Support multiple types of session leaders, including professional facilitators, subject matter experts, expert panels, and business executives.
• Demonstrate effective communication.
• Support facilitators and learners by applying appropriate communication techniques.
• Apply a four-step process to recover from common technical challenges.
• Prepare for production mastery by creating an action plan for virtual classroom management.
- Week 1: Roles and Responsibilities of the Producer
- Week 2: Classroom Management
- Week 3: Preparedness and Application
- Learn task switching skills and strategies to concurrently support the facilitator, learners, and the technology
- Take on the role of the producer for various activities.
- Week 4: Producer Skills Demonstration
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This program is for any professional who facilitates in the virtual classroom or provides support to those facilitating online learning. You do not need to have the benefit of a separate virtual producer to gain value from this unique program. Those who are responsible for all aspects of delivering online learning, including facilitation, logistics, and production support, will greatly benefit from this program.
ATD Education programs are designed primarily for learning professionals—trainers, instructional designers, and organizational development practitioners—but also greatly benefit anyone within an organization who is responsible for developing others, from managers to human resources specialists.
- Questioning Skills
- Disaster Management
- Four-Step Disaster Recovery Process
- Virtual Classroom Features and Functionality
- Establishing Personal Goals
- Practice producing an existing piece of content.
"Great tips to keep virtual training exciting and keep participants engaged throughout a session."
I chose ATD for my professional development course this quarter, because I really wanted a credible course with quality information.
"ATD has always presented great learning opportunities. This course will benefit not only me but the organization I work for."
Things to Know
For full-day face-to-face and live online programs, participation in all originally scheduled days of the program, including both face-to-face and live online formats, is mandatory in order to receive the certificate of completion and CEUs. Participants who miss more than two hours of the entire program will not be eligible to receive the certificate. Participants who fulfill the attendance requirement will receive a certificate at the end of the program.
For multi-week, live online programs with five or more sessions, one missed live session can be made up by listening to the session recording in full. Participants who miss more than one live session will not be eligible to receive the certificate. To be marked complete for that one session, please email [email protected]. For programs with four or fewer sessions, attendance at all live sessions is required to receive a certificate. All sessions will be recorded and available for participants to review throughout the program for your reference.
ATD requires active participation throughout the program to receive credit. Active participation in live online sessions includes, but is not limited to, participating in virtual classroom activities, discussions, breakout sessions, and intersession work. Please note that using a tablet or mobile device significantly limits your ability to fully and actively participate.
If you meet the eligibility requirements, a certificate will be issued to you through the ATD Learning Platform at the end of the program.
8.0 learning hours
0.8 CEUs awarded
This program is eligible for 8.0 professional development hours or recertification points from the ATD Certification Institute (ATD CI) for the APTD or CPTD credential.
This program has been approved for 8.0 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
This program is valid for 8.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrm.org/certification.
A laptop computer with Wi-Fi capability is required for both face-to-face and online programs. Please do not bring mobile devices (phones, tablets, etc.) in lieu of a laptop. There will be no computers available on-site for participants. Note: You might not have an optimal experience if you are using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge to access your courses. Chrome is the recommended browser.
ATD LEARNING PORTAL
Enrolled in a program? Sign in to the ATD Learning Portal with your ATD account credentials two weeks before the first day of class to:
- Engage with your facilitator and peers.
- Access pre-work assignments.
- View any technical requirements.
- Review logistical information.
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