Vision: Create a World that Works Better Mission: Empower Professionals to Develop Talent in the Workplace
A Practical Approach to Creating Guidebooks for ILT & VILT Instruction
Chief Learning Mechanic & Director of Business Development
@ Great Circle Learning
a virtual event with ATD Tulsa
Friday, Jun 17, 2022
12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. CDT
Virtual Event (Zoom)
ILT & VILT training encompasses 60-70% of all training developed and delivered. However, most training programs struggle to ensure a consistent experience for the participants, the facilitators, and the content developers.
A well-constructed guidebook can rectify all those problems. It allows a better experience in designing and developing training programs. It enhances the facilitation of the program and ensures consistency across different trainers, locations and modes of training. This creates a great learning experience for the participants and they come away with a post-training resource.
Guidebooks play a fundamental role in both instructor-led and Virtual ILT programs. A well-crafted guidebook helps ensure consistency in delivering material across multiple trainers and locations and ensure that your training program is an asset of your organization.
In this session, we will take a practical look at items you can implement to create a phenomenal guidebook.
ATD Capability Model:
Instructional Design; Training Delivery and Facilitation; Communication; Lifelong Learning
Pat Michaels has honed the craft of designing, developing, and implementing training courses over 20-plus years. His expertise lies in instructor-led & virtual ILT and ensuring consistency in the development phase and during instruction. Pat works with Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and contract designers to elevate their ILT programs through his small family business, Great Circle Learning. He recently launched the L&D Lunch Hour to give back to and learn from the ILT community.
A graduate of Clemson University, Patrick holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education. He and his wife Ellen live outside Boston with their five children, twelve chickens, an aquarium full of fish, and a pair of dogs.
What to expect:
The last day to register to attend is Thursday, June 16, by 11:30 AM.
“The Tulsa Chapter has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. This program qualifies for a maximum of 1 point.”
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