You told them you were going to tell them, you told them, then you reminded them that you told them. An hour later, learners can't remember what you told them!
As training and development professionals we are constantly challenged to design training that drives behavioral change. Models like 10:20:70 help us create not just training courses, but learning programs that reinforce behavioral change once the learner is back in his/her world.
In this session, members and guests of ATD SWFL will fight the forgetting curve together by discussing learning program challenges and methodologies that strengthen memory retention through:
Join us to share your memory loss stories and leave with practical approaches that improve your learner's retention.
This session is intended for anyone who designs or conducts training programs and coaches who help learners apply their learning. That means YOU!
Continental Breakfast included
Developing training programs is often one of the many hats we wear within organizations. Some of us are experts that are asked to train others with our own best practices. Whether you're a SME or a part-time trainer, it can be overwhelming figuring out where to start when designing training programs. What do learners need to be able to do after they take the class? How do I organize and sequence my content? How do I deliver the training? With so much to cover, how do I make it interesting and engaging so they'll actually use the information?
You are not alone! We're here to help.
Join ATD & Dharani Sridharan, Instructional Design expert, for a deep dive into simple approaches and tips that help you make training look simple. You'll leave:
Bring an existing training project with you if you have one. You'll get advice and insights to your specific training challenge.
Who should attend: New Trainers, Subject Matter Experts responsible for Training
Part Time Trainers
ATD Competency: Instructional Design, Evaluating Learning Impact
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