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Training in the Time of COVID-19: Tips and Lessons Learned

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Emily Ullberg, Director of Global Projects, UMU and Mike Brewer, Director of Enterprise Sales, UMU

The coronavirus (specifically, COVID-19) is causing many businesses to rethink how they train and forcing L&D professionals to rapidly move to more virtual and online solutions. How are businesses facing these challenges?

We can learn potential solutions for delivering training around the globe from new technologies like AI-enabled learning platforms such as UMU. Many of its customers have been dealing with COVID-19 for the past few months. It’s been tough but they’re getting through this—and you will too. These are a few of their stories and solutions.

We hope you’ll walk away with ideas for:

- Effectively moving in-person learning online
- Virtually scaling roleplay and practice opportunities
- Empowering workforce development remotely.

Stay online post-webcast for a product demonstration from UMU. 
 

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Presenters

Emily Ullberg
Emily Ullberg

Director of Global Projects, UMU

Emily Ullberg, director of global projects at UMU, specializes in helping clients transform event-based training into ecosystems of continuous learning. She has spent portions of her career designing and implementing learning and performance strategies for respected global organizations, including Ford Motor Company, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and Pfizer.


Mike Brewer
Mike Brewer

Director of Enterprise Sales, UMU

Mike Brewer is an evangelist of performance learning on a mission to bring e-learning to huge cohorts of corporate employees, and has a strong interest in learning science and learning experience design. He has years of experience in course instruction and design, holds a master's degree in international development, and has lifelong learning goals around Chinese language and computer programming.


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