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More and more workplaces are looking for effective ways to train their staff which doesn’t require them to travel long distances or being away from the organisation for long periods of time. ...

More and more workplaces are looking for effective ways to train their staff which doesn’t require them to travel long distances or being away from the organisation for long periods of time. Implementing workplace online training (iWOT) is a natural fit to meet this need, but not all training organisations have the knowledge, skills and experiences to make it happen.

This presentation provides an overview of what is required to implement, support and facilitate workplace online training based on case studies and resources already being used to support this type of training.

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  • Introduce yourself / Amy – Elearningebusiness eportfolio consultancyWork with prominent universities and VET providersWorkshops / Webinars for ACPET, VELG Training, Wendy Perry & Associates, TAFE NSW, TDC in Victoria, QVDC, TAFE Queensland, Centre of Adult EducationEncourage questions / discussion
  • The session will cover ….
  • Discuss with the group:“Why is now a good time to implement workplace online training”?
  • The internet is a game changer, with a number of industries significantly changing or being ‘broken’, for example :Music industry being changed by ‘peer to peer’ file sharing which significantly impacted the number of retail musiceBooks means that we are seeing less and less bookstoresMurdoch can’t dump his newspaper shares quick enough as it’s a dying industryPlaces like Harvey Norman, Myer etc are feeling the impact of online shoppingDeloitte Access Economics (NBN Business Readiness Survey) is predicting that:One third of business are significantly being impacted by the internet now, with nearly 5 out of 10 businesses feeling some impact (32% + 17%) on the short fuseEducation (and training) will be significantly impacted within the next 5-7 years – better to be ahead of the pack.
  • Other funding for regional / remote learners???
  • So is all iWOT the same? – Thumbs UP / DOWN
  • Draw continuum on whiteboard / flip chartIndividual (learner works on their own) …… Group (learner works with other learners) ….. Community (learner works with a wider network of people)
  • Implementing
  • Teacher controlled / led
  • Teacher / Student controlled led
  • Student controlled / led
  • iWOT = PD program which evolved from an identified need in the VET training market to building capability in the ability to implement, support and deliver eTraining in the workplaceEnables the implementation of workplace online training to support: thin training marketsmeet learner /employer needsmeet ASQA requirements – SNR 15/16Mapped to 4 TAE units & 2 Enterprise Skills SetsTAEICR501A Work in partnership with industry, enterprises and community groupsTAEDEL402A Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplaceTAEDES503A Design and develop e-learning resourcesTAEDEL501A Facilitate e-learningTAESS00007 - Enterprise Trainer - Presenting Skill Set (Release 1) - http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/TAESS00007TAESS00008 - Enterprise Trainer - Mentoring Skill Set (Release 2) - http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/TAESS00008Program’s connect to the VET Quality Standards (SNR 15 & 16)iWOT participants will collect and analyse relevant data (SNR 15.1/16.2) and effectively consultation with industry (SNR 15.2-15.3) to develop training and assessment programs which meet their clients’ needs (SNR 16.1/16.5)Participants of this continuous professional development will develop the current vocational competencies (SNR 15.4) which will enable them to deliver relevant training programs.  Participants will need to involve employers and other key stakeholders in the development, delivery and monitoring of their learners’ training and assessment (SNR 16.4), while enabling learners timely access to current and accurate records of their participation and progress (SNR 16.6).
  • Mapped to 4 TAE units & 2 Enterprise Skills SetsTAEICR501A Work in partnership with industry, enterprises and community groupsTAEDEL402A Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplaceTAEDES503A Design and develop e-learning resourcesTAEDEL501A Facilitate e-learningTAESS00007 - Enterprise Trainer - Presenting Skill Set (Release 1) - http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/TAESS00007TAESS00008 - Enterprise Trainer - Mentoring Skill Set (Release 2) - http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/TAESS00008
  • Implementing workplace online training
  • Emerging 21 century learning methodologies/pedagogies for workplace learnersLearning centred - learn to fish, not just give them the fishFlipped learning (flipping who’s controlling the learning)Action-based – work-relatedRelevance and fit for purposeCollaboration - peers, mentors, industry experts etcGiving learners’ a voiceCommunicationContextualised for the workplaceNeed learners to be think, do and interact
  • Learner needs self-assessmentinterviews/counsellingLLNDigital literacyDigital divideWIIFM Pre-program assessment (Good ePractice Guidelines pg 38)WHS assessment (Working alone, Isolated work & remote work doc by WorkPro)Individual learning planOrg needslinks to workforce development planPain pointsemployer vs industry needs
  • ProgramInductionOrientationContentEssential over Engaging Existing - ToolboxesThe web / webquestsLearner created content AssessmentEndorsement by industryModerationFormative & SummativeProviding feedbackTrackingRetainingVerifying / Validating the learner Learning & Assessment StrategyClusters of units / Skills sets over individual unitsMapped to unit of competence(s), required knowledge/skills, and critical aspects of assessmentLesson plans - chunking/sequencing/scaffolding of learning Cultural / Ethical / Other considerationsBest tools?ReviewPre/Post evaluationFeedback loopsCollecting data
  • What changes have to happen?Gilly Salmon’s modelNetiquetteCurating contentSelf-assess your existing vs required skillsYou as a reflective thinker / practitionerYour PDyour individual learning plan2014 iWOT programwork-shadowing, observing building your PLNCoPs
  • Finding and supporting the workplace support / championManagement buy-in (RTO & workplace)E-standards & accessibilityVET E-learning ToolkitReviewing / changing policies / processesrecord keepingcustomer serviceaudit requirementsTechnical support
  • Implementation Strategy Scope iWOTSWOT analysis / risk managementInput / endorsement by key stakeholdersMOU / Contracts with workplacesCommunication plan / strategiesEvaluationReportingTimelines
  • Any digital implementation needs the right technology, the right people with the right skills and attitudes, coupled with the right policies / processes which enable to all to happen to get the ‘digital effectiveness’ of running your business from anywhere.If you don’t have all of these elements balanced you’ll get:Neglect of the service because your people will not be engaged or supported Disappointment if the services doesn’t meet your business needs, andFrustration if people are hindered by restrictive or contradictory policies and processes

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  • Implementing workplace online training 13 February 2014 Allison Miller Director & Principal Consultant vanguardvisionsconsulting.com.au Amy Sim E-learning Facilitator
  • Leave your mic muted – Raise hand to indicate you would like to speak Use the Chat box for questions, sharing, comments My Mood Emoticons
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  • Session Overview • Why is now a good time to implement workplace online training (iWOT)? • Is iWOT all the same? • Tools to support iWOT • What is the iWOT program? • How can it support thin markets? • iWOT key considerations
  • Why implement workplace online training (iWOT) now?
  • Better infrastructure / access • 92% of Australian business have internet access • Australian Bureau of Statistics (2013) • 79% of Australian homes have the internet • Good e-practice guidelines for disadvantaged learners in VET (2013) • 90% of Australians have an internet-enabled smartphone Image: Telecommunications - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecommunication • AIMIA Mobile Phone Survey (2013)
  • Internet is already a game changer Source: Deloitte Access Economics Pty Ltd (2013) – http://www.deloitte.com/view/en_AU/au/services/financial-advisory/deloitte-access-economics/05660fd56ab1e310VgnVCM1000003256f70aRCRD.htm
  • Funding opportunities • Local Governments looking to up skill in : • Management • Project Management • Government Skills Australia WELL Funding • LLN including digital literacy • http://bit.ly/18NoK0r Image: Money 01 - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:-_Money_01_-.jpg
  • Is iWOT all the same?
  • Is all iWOT the same? E-training Blended Individual Works on own Class Works with other learners what-is-elearning.wikispaces.com Flipped Wider community Works with wider community
  • Tools to support iWOT
  • E-Training Learning Management System • Individual Checklists • Reports/Logs • Grade book
  • E-Training Learning Management System •Individual Checklists •Reports/Logs •Grade book Image: by mklpper – Chinese Teacher http://www.flickr.com/photos/mklapper/5812224468/ Image: by HackNY.org - Fall 2010 hackNY Student Hackath - http://www.flickr.com/photos/hackny/5686024942/
  • Blended Webinar •Group •Recordings Eportfolio •Personal learning space •Tags Learning Management System •Individual Checklists •Grade book •Reports/Logs
  • Blended Webinar • Group • Recordings Eportfolio • Personal learning space • Tags Learning Management System • Individual Checklists • Grade book Image: by mklpper – Chinese Teacher http://www.flickr.com/photos/mklapper/5812224468/ Image: by HackNY.org - Fall 2010 hackNY Student Hackath - http://www.flickr.com/photos/hackny/5686024942/
  • Flipped Webinar • Group • Recordings Eportfolio • Personal learning space • Tags Learning Management System • Individual Checklists • Grade book
  • Flipped Webinar • Group • Recordings Eportfolio • Personal learning space • Tags Learning Management System • Individual Checklists • Grade book Image: by mklpper – Chinese Teacher http://www.flickr.com/photos/mklapper/5812224468/ Image: by HackNY.org - Fall 2010 hackNY Student Hackath - http://www.flickr.com/photos/hackny/5686024942/
  • What is the iWOT program?
  • Building capability in implementing, supporting and delivering e-Training in the workplace Supports: • • • • Thin markets Improves learners’ / employers’ training needs Mapped to 4 TAE units & 2 Enterprise Skills Sets Meets ASQA requirements for SNR 15 / 16
  • Looking for a training organisation to provide the RPL for • TAEICR501A Work in partnership with industry, enterprises and community groups • TAEDEL402A Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace • TAEDES503A Design and develop e-learning resources • TAEDEL501A Facilitate e-learning • TAESS00007 - Enterprise Trainer - Presenting Skill Set • TAESS00008 - Enterprise Trainer - Mentoring Skill Set
  • How can iWOT support thin markets?
  • Supporting thin markets: • Go to the learner without the need to travel • Reduces time away from the workplace for learners • Joins individual learners / small groups of learners to make a larger group • Reduces learner isolation • Better retention / completion • Improves audit requirements
  • iWOT Key Considerations
  • Moving to learning-centred methodologies Image: Father and son fishing - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Father_and_son_fishing_little_boy_helps_his_father_to_fish.jpg
  • Pre-iWOT Learner needs Image: Shave me down Make me round - Casey Fleser -- http://www.flickr.com/photos/somegeekintn/3340773556/ Organisational needs
  • Designing / Developing the iWOT program Program Assessment Learning & Assessment Strategy Tools Review / Continuous improvement Image: TTV Canon AE-1 Program - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sticky_wall_at_Program_Evaluation_%26_Design_Workshop_in_Budapest,_2013.jpg
  • Moving from teacher to facilitator Image: Metamorphosis frog - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Metamorphosis_frog_Meyers.png
  • Support systems Image: Help - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1328101905_Help.png
  • Planning iWOT Image: Auto-Cad floor plan - http://prabhjotsingh333.deviantart.com/art/Autocad-Floor-Plan-304064963
  • Want to know more? 14 week Online Program: March-June 2014 bit.ly/iWOT2014
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  • 0400 732 270 allison@vanguardvisions.com.au vanguardvisionsconsulting.com.au vanguardvisionsconsulting.com.au