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Designing and Delivering Successful Webinars – Module 2, Single Webinar
14 May 2020 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Five short webinars, in the span of two months, to get your webinar business up and running!
Webinars are happening online every day. More and more organisations are trying to cut costs and environmental impact by blending this platform in their learning programmes. Schools and universities are transitioning their traditional programmes into remote learning and often a webinar can be an excellent opportunity to promote your research and/or your business. Yet trainers and practitioners are not always well equipped to face the challenges and the opportunities that this medium can offer!
This series will offer you an opportunity to explore the most recent instructional design theories applied to webinars, as well as acquire fundamental skills to design, deliver and promote successful webinars.
You will first learn the basics, then you will have approximately one month to develop your own webinar before you attend the last two sessions, that will help you promote and deliver content!
Sukh is an experienced strategic and senior organisational and learning and development leader who actively works to progress the thinking and practice of L&D. Sukh’s interests lie in L&D strategy and consultation, OD strategy, innovation in business, positive psychology and emotional intelligence. Sukh is an occupational psychologist by education, and has extensively studied the fields of positive psychology and emotional intelligence.
Gab is an independent business coach (MAC) and trainer, working in the UK and internationally on the design and delivery of learning across the areas of sales, team dynamics, management and leadership and personal development. He holds and MSc in Education and an MSc in Occupational Psychology. Besides his consultancy business, he is a lecturer at Kingston University and Birkbeck University in Training and Development.
What the course is about
By attending this online series, you will be able to:
- Discuss modern theories about learning in digital environments
- Apply practical principles of design to the digital environment
- Develop strong skills to deliver engaging webinars
- Develop confidence in marketing and pricing of webinars
In addition to attending the course, throughout the series you will be invited to submit an idea for a webinar covering a topic that is of interest to you and the ABP community.
If your idea is selected, you will receive 2 hours of free coaching with the training team behind this webinar series. This will be an opportunity to further refine your content and develop it for delivery.
Your webinar will also be promoted on the ABP website and it will be part of the ABP training offer, ready to be offered to our community by the end of 2020.
Dates and Times
Module 2 Learning online
How people learn in digital environments
14th May 2020
From 12 to 13 GMT
Prices are as follows:
Webinar (Single session) £60 + VAT
Webinar (Single session) £90 + VAT
You will learn through the use of slides, exercises and interactive conversations with the facilitator and other trainees. It is important that you have a topic/learning project you want to use as case study throughout the series, so you can directly apply what is discussed during the webinar to an actual objective.
Module 2 Webinar Design
Part 1 – Learning Online
Outline of topics covered
- Individual experiences in digital learning
- Adaptations of mainstream theories for digital learning
- Evidence-based design
- Reflect on applications of well-known theories to the current digital context
- Explore mental processes of the individual learner in a digital environment
- Sharing evidence-based examples of digital design
Once you register, you will be provided a link with instructions to join the workshop a few days before the scheduled date. Please make sure you have an internet connection and you can join the webinar through a laptop, computer or a screen-enabled device. Each webinar will be recorded and then shared with the participants.
We advise you save this workshop in your diary once you register.