Taking Your Training Online:
Best Practices for Converting Face-to-Face Training to eLearning Courses
Presented by Michelle Purvis
WHEN: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
WHERE: ALLETE/Minnesota Power, 30 West Superior Street, Duluth
TIME: Program and Lunch 11:30 am — 1:00 pm
COST: $15.00 for Members $25.00 for Non-members
If you’ve ever explored the possibility of taking your training online, you know there are a lot of decisions to make along the way. Using a best practices approach can help your organization avoid costly missteps and create more effective, engaging eLearning.
In addition to offering practical tips for converting your face-to-face training into online courses, this interactive session will also showcase actual before-and-after examples.
The key advantages and disadvantages of synchronous, asynchronous, and hybrid learning approaches.
Three common mistakes organizations make when moving their training online.
Four best practices for converting face-to-face training into eLearning modules.
About Our Presenter
Michelle Purvis, MA, has over 20 years of experience in the areas of workplace learning and performance. Before joining the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Continuing Education team, Michelle managed employee learning initiatives at Mayo Clinic.
In 2011, Michelle earned the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) credential from the Association of Talent Development. She has previously been published in the Wall Street Business Employment Weekly and Presentations magazine.