Meet the  TRAINERS
They deliver
Corporate TRAINING
<ul><li>It is </li></ul><ul><li>necessary, yet still… </li></ul>
THE   TRAINER
Holds  keys to the information
has access to the  experts
and tells  you what  you need to know.
They take all the  knowledge and skills
and funnel it through resource   constraints
of time
personnel
technology
accessibility
and will give you a nice, neat  training package .
Then you go back to work
and  forget most of it.
To no fault of their own
it is not enough
The information you really need to do your job
is not usually
found here
but here
and here
and here.
Meet the ‘Invisible Instructional Facilitators’ <ul><li>(That’s right, you can’t see them.) </li></ul>
They understand that  training
is a subset of  learning
and learning, not training, is our goal.
They understand Social Learning
They help him
learn from her
and them
on their own time
in ways that are convenient to them
by helping them use
BLOGS
WIKIS
FORUMS
SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
RSS
POD/VOD CASTS
or tools with them all  combined
to learn from  each other .
What  they need to know
when  they need to know
in the  amount  they need it.
Learning is no longer
Instead, it becomes ENGAGED
Create by: Kevin D. Jones www.EngagedLearning.net www.SocialLearning.ning.com [email_address]
Thanks for the use of some pictures under Creative Commons: http://www.flickr.com/photos/62752875@N00/41415099 http://www....
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There is a new breed of 'Trainers' - those who realize the power of Social Learning - facilitating learning between and among their 'customers.'

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  1. 1. Meet the TRAINERS
  2. 2. They deliver
  3. 3. Corporate TRAINING
  4. 4. <ul><li>It is </li></ul><ul><li>necessary, yet still… </li></ul>
  5. 5. THE TRAINER
  6. 6. Holds keys to the information
  7. 7. has access to the experts
  8. 8. and tells you what you need to know.
  9. 9. They take all the knowledge and skills
  10. 10. and funnel it through resource constraints
  11. 11. of time
  12. 12. personnel
  13. 13. technology
  14. 14. accessibility
  15. 15. and will give you a nice, neat training package .
  16. 16. Then you go back to work
  17. 17. and forget most of it.
  18. 18. To no fault of their own
  19. 19. it is not enough
  20. 20. The information you really need to do your job
  21. 21. is not usually
  22. 22. found here
  23. 23. but here
  24. 24. and here
  25. 25. and here.
  26. 26. Meet the ‘Invisible Instructional Facilitators’ <ul><li>(That’s right, you can’t see them.) </li></ul>
  27. 27. They understand that training
  28. 28. is a subset of learning
  29. 29. and learning, not training, is our goal.
  30. 30. They understand Social Learning
  31. 31. They help him
  32. 32. learn from her
  33. 33. and them
  34. 34. on their own time
  35. 35. in ways that are convenient to them
  36. 36. by helping them use
  37. 37. BLOGS
  38. 38. WIKIS
  39. 39. FORUMS
  40. 40. SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
  41. 41. RSS
  42. 42. POD/VOD CASTS
  43. 43. or tools with them all combined
  44. 44. to learn from each other .
  45. 45. What they need to know
  46. 46. when they need to know
  47. 47. in the amount they need it.
  48. 48. Learning is no longer
  49. 49. Instead, it becomes ENGAGED
  50. 50. Create by: Kevin D. Jones www.EngagedLearning.net www.SocialLearning.ning.com [email_address]
  51. 51. Thanks for the use of some pictures under Creative Commons: http://www.flickr.com/photos/62752875@N00/41415099 http://www.flickr.com/photos/37183619@N00/735483103 http://www.flickr.com/photos/75567359@N00/1982349940
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