|Event/course Code||EDU 21/111
|Event/course type||Training course|
|Event Introduction||With the current climate requiring training to move online and become virtual, there is a greater need for trainers to understand and develop their online learning packages.
This half-day session, based on established e-learning theories, will offer delegates the tools and principles to deliver effective online training.
This session is suitable for anyone who wants to make the most of online tools for teaching and learning.
Please be advised that this session will take place virtually. Joining instructions will be emailed to confirmed bookings 24 hours before the course start date.
|Event Content||Delivering training online is new to many, and the change will be welcome to some and daunting to others. This session aims to cover the different options and tools available, to support delegates starting their journey with online training. Over the afternoon, we will cover a number of useful models, including Puentedura’s SAMR model and Garrison’s Aspects of Online Training.
The session itself will demonstrate an example of effective online training, and will involve interactive discussions and group work. It will also look at examples of different activities and options that can work well online. Delegates will be invited to consider and discuss their role as a trainer, as well as challenges they may face with online training. Through this, delegates will be able to understand the potential of delivering training virtually, and consider an appropriate approach for their own training going forward.
Any trainers that will be delivering training through the Workforce Development Team, and may be using the Newrow platform, are strongly encouraged to book a demo session of the platform if they have not already done so.
This session will be led by two members of the Workforce Development Service, Lydia Hughes and Taz Mudali. Lydia is an experienced trainer who has been delivering for more than 5 years, and has been delivering to partners such as Open University on the impact of virtual learning. Taz has been commissioning training for 3 years and recently supported conversion of AfC's training provision to virtual. Together, they launched and continue to develop AfC’s elearning provision.
|Event Learning Outcomes||By the end of the session, delegates will be able to:
• Evaluate the options available for online training.
• Describe and explain their role as trainer.
• Apply pedagogy theory to online sessions.
• Identify tools and strategies to help to transform your training.
|Trainers||Lydia Hughes / Taz Mudali|
|Course categories||Practitioner Processes (recording, analysing, reporting)|
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