Creating More Effective Online Training Through Interactivity – No Coding Required

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Christopher Poseley, VP of Business Development, Versal

This Webinar is available only to members.   Sign in if you are a member.   Learn more about becoming a member.

This Webinar has ended, but you can view its content in the archive below.

Slide decks and videos are wonderful training tools, but have you ever wondered if there is a better way to engage learners?

Are you leveraging the power of computers and the Internet to bring training to life?

Join Christopher Poseley, vice-president of business development at Versal, to explore the value of active learning as he details how to create interactive online courses that rival classroom-style exercises. Learn methods to improve retention and make training more effective. View case studies from companies at the forefront of online training.

Three Learning Takeaways:

  1. Interactivity and engagement is key to establishing long-term training retention.
  2. Consistent assessment throughout an educational experience is necessary to track learner progress and ensure quality training (and ROI).
  3. Discover a new, interactive training platform through Versal.com.


Please register above to view this Webinar.


Christopher Poseley
Christopher Poseley

VP of Business Development, Versal

Christopher Poseley has worked as a professional business development executive for more than 20 years. He specializes in creating successful strategic alliances between early stage startups and large enterprises. Christopher has worked with Fortune 500 organizations across the globe, creating game-changing partnerships that have resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in value generation. He has demonstrated expertise in all aspects of building highly effective go to market strategies, licensing models, OEM deals, and channel development.

Christopher has been involved in a broad range of industries as diverse as new media, security, CRM, consulting, education, and philanthropy. He has worked at, or done business with, organizations such as: Check Point Software, Accenture, Google, HP, BMW, Verizon, Morgan Stanley, and many others. He is currently Versal’s Vice-President of Business Development.