The Premier Association for Talent Development Professionals in the Metro DC Area
This event aligns with the Professional/Technology Application of ATD's Talent Development Capability Model.
Are you moving your training classes from onsite, in-person classes to virtual, online classes? Do you provide hands-on software application training? Do you need dedicated software environments for students to complete practice labs? If you can answer Yes to any of these questions, then there are 7 things you need to know before you deliver your class online. This presentation will address these 7 things broken down into 3 categories. Specifically, there are things to know and do before class starts, things to know and do during class, and things to know and do after class finishes. In each category, we’ll discuss best practices to ensure your training class is both relevant and effective. We’ll even provide templates you can use to get started implementing these practices quickly. Studies show that student retention increases by as much as 75% when training includes hands-on practice. However, that’s much more difficult to manage in a virtual world where students attend through web conferencing applications like Zoom, Webex, Skype, and Teams. Learn from our experience how to make the most of a virtual classroom so that your instructors are more efficient, and your students are more satisfied!
Speaker: Joe Schulz
Joe Schulz is Vice President of Emerging Technology for Orasi, a DevSecOps innovator enabling the acceleration, security and adoption of software applications through automation. With more than 30 years of professional application development experience, Joe has been on the forefront of methodologies and development techniques throughout his career, with an extensive background in non-traditional development. He continues to break new ground in Agile, mobile development and business intelligence. A prolific speaker and a published author, Joe addresses a broad range of methodology, development and software quality topics at conferences worldwide. He earned a BS in Computer Science and has received numerous professional certifications in Information System methods, tools and techniques, as well as accreditation for public speaking and Agile facilitation.
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