Train the Trainer Successful Web Based Training Strategies July 2010

Jul 27, 2010
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Course Description

Web-based is a growing training approach in most industries, and the benefits of training a large group of people with minimum to no travel expenses has contributed to its growth. There are different definitions and approaches to web-based training, such as hosted and non-hosted events that are discussed during this course. Web-based training requires understanding of various educational and technical concepts and how to apply them for the best outcome. By attending this session, participants will walk away with ideas from educational and technical experts in the field on how to best use this platform of learning.



Learning Objectives

  • Define eLearning theory and contrast approaches
  • Describe various approaches to web-based training: hosted and non-hosted
  • Discuss planning training for a web setting
  • Outline how to set audience expectations and how to working the audience, facilitating learning in the e-environment
  • Define course content development for presentation in a web setting
  • Discuss the use of web “body language,” interactive exercises, and testing effectiveness
  • Review presentation logistics and technology from log-in logistics for sessions to service provider basic functionality orientation
  • Apply audience considerations such as global attendees
  • Maximize the use of web-platform interaction features and web-based presentation considerations

Who Should Attend

  • Trainers, training managers and directors
  • Individuals responsible for training
  • Information technology professionals


Sandra SAM Sather, MS, BSN, CCRA, CCRC

Barbara Potter

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Course Length Time

2 hours; 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern

Course Dates 

July 27, 2010

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