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Facilitating Impactful Software Training: An Infographic

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Does your software training use a traditional boring point-and-click format? Well, no more. Developers can adopt a case study format so learners care about the application they are about to learn. Go beyond simply providing solitary classroom activities and create social exercises that provide a deeper understanding of your organization’s specialized software. Here’s how.


Want to learn more? Join me for ATD’s Essentials of Facilitating Impactful Software Training program. We will explore a formula for a more effective way of teaching software that is motivating, memorable, efficient, and engaging.

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Sarah Wakefield is a technical training supervisor for Schlumberger Limited in Houston. Her primary responsibility is managing the design and development of technical training courses for audiences in locations such as the United States, Europe, South America, the Middle East, Russia, China, and North Africa. Before this, Sarah worked as a curriculum designer for various organizations. Sarah also was an instructor of communication, writing, and life success courses at Ivy Tech State College and at Purdue University in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Sarah holds a master's degree in communication from Purdue, as well as a bachelor's degree from Purdue with a double major in professional writing and psychology.

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