If you haven't had to turn instructor-led training (ILT) into web-based training (WBT), chances are you will. Will you convert directly to web-based training, or redesign the learner experience entirely with the most relevant tech strategies? The process introduces other considerations regarding whether to design blended, microlearning, gamified, responsive, adaptive, or parallel solutions. In this session, you'll learn strategies from the ILT-to-WBT playbook to optimize this learning environment change. You'll realize how current design thinking can help you make decisions based on the learners' and, thereby, the business's best interests, to not only change and adapt to new modalities, but also revolutionize business behaviors.
Application on the Job:
- Apply innovative design thinking to integrate training into larger organizational initiatives.
- Distill the ILT content for the WBT content that will deliberately exceed learner and business expectations.
- Discover tech tools and learner experiences that will preserve the best of ILT simulations in web-based training.
Today's facilitator: Dr. Kate Worlton-Pulham
Dr. Kate Worlton-Pulham is a Senior Performance Strategist for AllenComm, for which she has designed courses for diverse global clients in the finance, consultancy, manufacturing, travel, retail, and marketing industries. She has also served as Director of Executive Training for various firms. She is the Executive Director for Education Weekend: The Tradition of Enquiry, held annually at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, where she served as a professor in English Language and Literature and where she received PhD and MPhil degrees. With a both academic and corporate background, she is well versed in variable modalities and learning techniques.
Dr. Kate Worlton-Pulham, Senior Performance Strategist - AllenComm
Doors Open - 5:30 PM (Networking, Food, etc.)
Program Begins - 6:00 PM
Program Ends - 7:30 PM
Door Close - 8:00 PM