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Emerging Training Delivery Trends,
Dr. Fred Lang,
April 10, 2013 Spring Federal Strategies Wrkshop
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Emerging Training Delivery Trends, Dr. Fred Lang, former CLO, Dept. of Commerce Emerging Training Delivery Trends, Dr. Fred Lang, former CLO, Dept. of Commerce Presentation Transcript

  • 1Emerging TrainingDelivery TrendsDr. Fred LangApril 10, 2013
  • 22Interagency ChiefLearning OfficerCouncil• In 2005, I founded a community ofpractice group which evolved intothe Interagency Chief LearningOfficer Council• We established two goals forgroup collaboration:o Find ways to save taxpayer funding fortrainingo Find innovative ways to engage thelearner• After retirement from the FederalGovernment in 2012, I amcontinuing to find ways to furtherthese goals
  • 33Earlier in My Career• I taught graduate and doctoralclasses in the classroom and the“clicks & mortar ” online classroomfor over 25 years at the Universitylevel• I was an Investment Counselor forMerrill Lynch for over two years• As an adjunct professor, I observedthe power of online learning andwitnessed its evolution from the1990s• As an investment Counselor, Ilearned how to recognize markettrends
  • 44Recognizing MarketIndicatorsConsumerSpendingNew HousingUnitsManufacturingOutputFundamentals&TechnicalMovements
  • 55IndicatorsFederal GovernmentFederal budgetsare being cut&Furloughssalaries frozenAgencies arenot fillingvacancies&working fromhomeGovernmenttravel down by$2 Billion(OMB 2/2013)Programs arebeing cutThe New Normal
  • 66The Cost of a ClassroomTraining Event5 – dayclassroomcourse25 travel toDC & 5 arelocalTraininglocation is aFederalBuildingApproximatecost:$55,000
  • 77US Department of EducationReport in 201050separate study effectsof learning wereanalyzed whichincluded43drawn from older learners
  • 88US Department of EducationReport in 2010“Students in onlineconditions performedmodestly better, onaverage, than thoselearning the samematerial throughtraditional face-to-face instruction.”
  • 99US Department of EducationReport in 2010“Instruction combiningonline and face-to-face elements had alarger advantagerelative to purely face-to-face instructionthan did purely onlineinstruction.”
  • 1010What’s Out• Large budgets– for classroom course delivery– for travel– for conferences and fully face-to-face events
  • 1111What’s In• More use of instructor-led online learningdelivery• Multiple technology delivered platforms• Virtual conferences
  • 1212DialogueNew Learning StrategiesInnovativeIdeasCollaborationCreativity
  • 1313Questions?