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e-Training Presentation from Steve Wenzel, Business Manager of Digital School.

e-Training Presentation from Steve Wenzel, Business Manager of Digital School.

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  • 1. Effective e-Training
  • 2. The Structure 1. E-Training vs. e-Learning – The research 2. Why e-Training? 3. Trends 4. Implementation
  • 3. e-Learning vs e-Training e-Learning e-Training Let’s digitize the real world!
  • 4. Where did we look?
  • 5. What did we find? CAD e-Training did not exist as Digital School could perceive it. Believe it! – Then go and create it!
  • 6. Features of effective e-Training Flexible E-Text Industry Specific E-Tips and E-Knowledge Competency based progress E-demos Narratives Practical Examples Interactivity Refresher Tests All Learning Methods: Quizzes Visual, Auditory and Hands-On Instructor Help Desk
  • 7. Why incorporate e-Training? As an Employer As an Employee • Tailored • Immediate • Customizable • Personalised • Flexible • Review • No team down time • Use own learning style • Trackable – ROI • Immediate feedback • Extended hours of resource • Self paced availability • Cheaper – easier to convince the boss • Economic • Scalable • Immediate “just in time, just enough and just for me” • Consistent content
  • 8. Trends •The way we work has changed •The way we learn has changed •Companies and Individuals are ready for e-Training •Economic Pressure for e-Training: reduced budgets "The next big killer application on the internet is going to be education. Education over the internet is going to be so big it is going to make e-mail usage look like a rounding error.“ John Chambers, CEO, Cisco Systems
  • 9. How?
  • 10. What is next? • 3D virtual worlds and events • Multiplayer online games and Simulation • On-demand Micro Feedback • Experiential Learning • Informal Learning • Social Media • Peer Learning • Mobile Access “Online learning is not the next big thing... it is the now big thing” Donna J. Abernathy
  • 11. What is next?
  • 12. What is next?