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  • Introduce the Workshop
  • Introduce myself
  • Review the plan
  • Creative Activity using 2 flip chart pages that are  taped to wall.     Define Role in action words    Define Role in descriptive words.  role. Take a look at data and interpret and summarize.  Tranisition to a review of a job description of a TO that has been taken from the web.
  • This is where the what and the how discussion starts to make sense.
  • Relevance to learning.   Anyone know of examples of Web 2.0 being used anywere? Any examples of Web 2.0 used in Learning?
  • U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan

Web 2 0 Technologies For The Trainer S Web 2 0 Technologies For The Trainer S Presentation Transcript

  • Web 2.0 Technologies for the Trainer's Toolkit
  •           Eileen Wall    Presenter and Educational Technologist
  •                                                       AGENDA
            •   Welcome and Introductions  
            • World View of TO
            • Role of a TO
            • Online job description
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            •   Web 2.0 'What' and 'How' 
            • Relevance to Learning
            • The Future
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  •                World View of a Training Officer
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      • Training Officer
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      • Mission
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      • Strategic Plan
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      • Building Skills and Competencies
      • Budget and procurement vehicles
  • Work Activities Typical for the TO
      • The nature of the training and development role is industry-specific, with the level of responsibility and variety of activities dependent on the type and size  of organization.  However, activities are likely to include some or all of the following:
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      • identifying training and development needs within an organization through job analysis, appraisal schemes and regular consultation with business managers and human resources departments;
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      • designing and developing training and development programs based on both the organization's and the individual's needs;
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  • .....Work Activities Typical for the TO
      • considering the costs of planned programs and keeping within budgets as assessing the return on investment of any training or development program is becoming increasingly important; 
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      • working in a team to produce programs that are satisfactory to all relevant parties in an organization, such as line managers, accountants and senior managers at board level;
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      • developing effective new employee programs;
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      • conducting appraisals;
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      • devising individual learning plans.
  • Job Description - Training Officer
      • A training and development officer/manager manages the learning and professional development of an organization's workforce. 
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      • The training element gives staff the understanding, practical skill and motivation to carry out particular work-related tasks.  The training officer/manager will either deliver training sessions to participants or arrange for others to do so.
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      • The development work relates to the ongoing, long-term improvement of employees' skills so that they can fulfill their potential within their organization. 
  • More Job Description - Training Officer
      • The training and development manager
    •       is responsible for developing a comprehensive       training package that encompasses both        these elements in order to maintain a motivated       and skilled workforce and to fulfill the needs        of the organization.
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      • Producing training materials for in-house courses; 
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      • managing the delivery of training and development programs and, in a more senior role, devising a training strategy for the organization;
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  • More Job Description - Training Officer
      •   monitoring and reviewing the progress of trainees through questionnaires and discussions with managers;
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      •   ensuring that statutory training requirements are met;
      • evaluating training and development programs;
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      • amending and revising programs as necessary, in order to adapt to the changes that occur in the work environment;
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      • helping line managers and trainers solve specific training problems, either on a one-to-one basis or in groups;
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  • More Job Description - Training Officer
      • keeping up-to-date with developments in training by reading relevant journals, going to meetings, and attending relevant courses;
      •   increasingly, have an understanding of elearning techniques. 
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  • Web 0.0
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  • Web 1.0
    • Computers in the Classroom
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  • Web 2.0 in Learning
      •          Virtual Learning  (Distance Education)
            • Online Classrooms
            • Immersive environments
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      •          Technology in the Classroom
            • Wireless access for laptops
            • Wireless access for mobile devices
            • Cameras for Teacher Assessment
            • Projector and screen for file exchange for collaborative work
            • software applications to present work visually as a document, webpage, or spreadsheet
  • Web 2.0 in Learning
      • Virtual Learning is becoming more adaptable, affordable,  and popular as a way to deliver learning;
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      • 24/7 availability  that increases access for working adults;
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      • Cost effective in that virtual classrooms can manage larger enrollments;
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      • Promotes Worklife Balance - accommodates lifestyle demands.
  • The Future
    • The Future of Work
  • The Future
    • Virtual Classroom