NVELS webinar series, Taking workplace training online – is it really any different?

World Class Manufacturing Academy

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Date and time

1 April 2014
3:30pm – 4:30pm (QLD) AEST time
You’ve been facilitating training in the workplace for a while but you know you need to take this training online …but… Is all workplace online training the same? What do you need to know? What needs to change…and what can stay the same? What tools are commonly used? Join this interactive session to explore how you might effectively ‘take your workplace training online’, and have your questions answered.
About the presenter
Allison Miller has been involved in education and training for 20 years as an educator, professional development, and e-learning leader. She is the director and principal consultant of Vanguard Visions Consulting, an organisation which specialises in cutting edge e-business, e-learning and e-portfolios solutions. Allison also leads the ePortfolios Australia professional network, the Moodle-Mahara Meetup national event, and the Digital Capability – Doing it Smarter online community.
About the NVELS webinar series
The Queensland VET Development Centre’s (QVDC) NVELS webinar series provides vocational education and training (VET) trainers and managers with access to a range of experts and thought leaders exemplifying and sharing good e-learning practice in VET.
Each webinar will use Blackboard Collaborate. Participants will need access to the following:
  • A compatible internet browser
  • Java installed and enabled in the internet browser
  • A stable and reliable internet connection
  • Microphone and speakers, preferably a headset to take full advantage of the collaborative capabilities during the web session.

For more information and to register for the free webinar navigate to the QLD NVLES site @ http://qvdc.i-events.info/link/id/zzzz530566e1b08b0577/page.html?evuid=zzzz530566e19ce55006

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  1. renee
    renee March 31, 2014 at 10:46 pm |

    Hey Steph – I just tried to register and the site says “registration closed”. Any options?

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