Mission Possible: Making Learning “Stick”
The 4-Point Template for Designing Skill-Based Training
THE CHALLENGE: You are tasked with developing training so that employees can develop a set of skills needed for a specific job task or set of responsibilities. But how do you do this when everyone is at a different level of experience, knowledge, and motivation? And how do you evaluate progress in the training environment? After all, your boss, and your boss’s boss, are waiting to hear about the training results and they expect the training to “stick”.
YOUR MISSION SHOULD YOU CHOOSE TO ACCEPT IT: Attend this short workshop and learn about how to use the 4-point template for designing skills-based training. We will review how to organize content in a way that uses brain science to ensure learning “sticks” long after trainees have left your training. Additionally, we will talk about how to assign time to each component to ensure you can cover all the “need to know” content without running out of time.
WARNING: Your invitation will self-destruct if the workshop fills up. RSVP below soon to participate in the mission!
SKILLSET REQUIRED: Any person who wears hats as a technical/subject matter expert, team leader, and trainer and who would like to learn more about designing and developing training that sticks.
PERSON OF INTEREST: The woman you are looking at is Esther Ramirios, the Learning Director at Adult Learning & Workforce Education Group, LLC. She in an instructional designer, trainer, and learning data specialist. Ms. Ramirios has designed and implemented corporate and workforce development training programs in Southern California for 16 years in various sectors. She is currently on contract at UCLA and completing a doctoral degree at CSUN in Educational Leadership.
Our hosts at CCRC will graciously provide coffee, pastries, and fruit. Please come early to grab a plate.
(Follow the signs to the room)
Please park at the US Immigration lot across the street on levels 2 and above.
Parking is FREE.
Register by Monday, November 11th.