Many L&D practitioners support professionals whose jobs are about recognizing situations, making decisions, solving problems, and communicating with others. How do practitioners specify professionals’ higher-level cognitive skills in ways support practice, assessment, and transfer to the workplace? Savvy practitioners focus on skills-to-be-learned, rather than content-to-be-covered. The objectives they create become a promise of valued workplace performance that clients, learners, and stakeholders can trust. Come learn and practice powerful, proven strategies in this interactive workshop.
Steve Villachica is an associate professor of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University. He teaches courses in performance-based instructional design for the workplace and needs assessment. His research interests focus on bringing academics, students, and graduates together with workplace sponsors to decrease ramp-up time to competent performance.
Lisa Giacumo is an assistant professor of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University. She teaches courses in needs assessment and e-learning. Her research interests focus on the use of data, instructional design, and digital tools for global training initiatives and performance improvement.
|Date||10-15-2020 12:00 pm|
|End Date||10-15-2020 1:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||08-10-2020|
|Cut off date||10-15-2020|
|Individual Price||$10 for Non-Members, ATD TV Members Use Your Coupon Code|