Developing Short and Instant Learning Certificate
Learners and managers are demanding more effective and efficient learning times due to rapidly changing topics, on-the-job performance needs, an abundance of mobile learning tools and faster and more reliable Internet connections. This interactive certificate invites you to "rethink" and "invigorate" the design of your current content for faster development and easier learning suited for those who are on-the-move, on-the-job and connected with mobile technologies. We?ll examine the methods of micro-learning content design and delivery that facilitates quick transfer of knowledge and application. This certificate is appropriate for those who design and implement rapid eLearning, mobile learning, performance support learning, and collaborative learning environments.
This is not a software course. This certificate is not about authoring and mobile software. It focuses on content development, design and delivery. It does not promote a singular product, but rather uses multiple products for illustration purposes. The course will focus on elearning and performance support systems rather than classroom training.
You will receive a FREE copy of Ray's book 3-Minute eLearning: Micro-Learning Design and Development. You'll also receive 15 models for micro-learning: live demos and examples that you may download and own as part of your in-house references.
A series of 4 sessions starting December 3, 2013
Early-Bird Registration on/before November 3: $645
Registration rate after November 3: $795
Rates shown are for one (1) participant.
For group rates, contact us.
Ray Jimenez, Author, 3-Minute e-Learning, Scenario-Based Learning: Using Stories to Engage e-Learners and Do-it-Yourself e-Learning: 100 Ways to Simplify Design and Development. Ray is the systems architect for Vignettes Learning and Training Magazine Network, a 60,000 member training professional network.
David Litman, Vice President, Vignettes Learning. David has managed projects for Pacific Gas and Electric, Ashford University, Netafim, CallSource, Underwriters Laboratories, and many others in developing micro-lessons, micro-scenarios and micro-games.