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On the Right Track: Designing Training Programs That Last

Thursday, August 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Katie Hurst, Marketing Manager, OpenSesame

Using a one-size-fits-all approach when training can frustrate advanced learners and leave others behind. Training tracks address the spectrum of competency levels possessed by employees, and are more successful when teaching complex skill sets.

In this 60-minute webinar, OpenSesame's Marketing Manager Katie Hurst will show you how to use backwards planning to build a series of lessons, ensuring your employees retain knowledge and more effectively apply skills in the workplace.

You will learn to:

  • Differentiate between the levels of Bloom's Taxonomy.
  • Learn the value of varied practice and lesson spacing.
  • Practice the Backwards Design process.

Participants will also receive a free copy of the accompanying e-book, which includes worksheets for use in designing your own training tracks.
 

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Presenter

Katie Hurst
Katie Hurst

Marketing Manager, OpenSesame

Katie Hurst is the marketing manager for OpenSesame, the world’s leading source for buying and selling e-learning courses. Born in Silicon Valley, raised in the mid-west, educated in the southwest, and now living in Portland, Katie is passionate about helping others tell their stories. Prior to OpenSesame, she managed Gangplank, a nonprofit collaborative workspace geared toward building small businesses and encouraging entrepreneurship. Additionally, Katie consulted with not-for-profit and for-profit businesses alike on how to successfully integrate social media tactics into current marketing and communication strategies. Follow her @IAmKatieHurst or connect with her on LinkedIn.
 


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