In this webinar, we will explain:
- The seven categories of knowledge and skills identified in the Competencies (and how this version differs from the one published in 2010).
- The relationships among these categories and common job roles in the field.
- How managers might use these competencies to write job descriptions, and as the basis of performance plans and evaluations.
- How some employers already use the Competencies.
Louise Grummit is a Managing Partner with Benchmark Performance, a performance consulting and instructions design firm based in Toronto. She led the team that developed the Competencies 2010, and the team that added two new competency categories – Partnering with clients and Designing curricula – to the updated Competencies in 2016. Louise teaches instructional design at the Schulich School of Business at York University.
Saul Carliner is a Fellow, Chair of the Certification Steering Committee, and past board member of the I4PL. He is also a Professor and Interim Chair of the Department of Education at Concordia University in Montreal, Research Director for Lakewood Media, and author of several books on instructional design and e-learning, including Training Design Basics and Informal Learning Basics (both ATD Press).
*This counts towards 1 credit hour for certification maintenance*
Date and time: May 14, 2018 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm EDT
Fee: Members: Free, Non-Members: $50.00 plus taxes
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