Apologies but this workshop has been cancelled.
How are you going to reach
them? How will you ensure you help them acquire the skills and knowledge they
need to succeed when their preferred first stop for learning is YouTube?
To stay relevant and be
effective, you must use digital fluency skills and digital tools to reach an
untethered workforce. Mobile rules and social learning approaches need to be
harnessed along with micro-learning opportunities.
This workshop gives you that
and more: the opportunity to discuss, debate and work out ways to reach the
UML. (And no PowerPoint, we promise!)
Click here to watch a short clip about the UML.
- Learn what
constitutes a UML: Untethered Modern Learner.
- Learn how to
reach a UML so the learning sticks.
- Learn what
microlearning entails and how it can help you reach a UML.
- Explore the
possibilities of some mobile technologies through hands-on experience.
Jamie Good is a CTDP and has earned his Masters Certificate
in Adult Training and Development (MCATD) from CODI/SEEC, and an Online
Instruction Certificate from George Brown College.
Jamie has presented and facilitated on
numerous occasions for the Institute for Performance and Learning: 2012, 2013,
2014 and 2015 conferences and local Institute chapters.He has also spoken and
facilitated for CODI, the Toronto Cricket Club, University of Toronto and the
Rotary Club of Toronto.
For over a decade, he has designed for
and instructed adult learners in a multitude of scenarios. He has worked as a
Marketing Manager and Social Media specialist for Global Knowledge and
currently practices as the Digital Fluency Coach, speaking and delivering
Combining a mix of adult learning and
development principles with digital marketing strategy, he helps professionals
become digitally fluent so they future-proof their careers.
8:30 am to 9:00 am Registration
9:00 am to 12:00 pm Workshop
(coffee and light snacks provided)
Early-bird members: $199 plus
Early-bird non-members: $299 plus tax
Regular members: $249 plus tax
Regular non-members: $349 plus tax
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