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Teachers and trainers often use tools and resources to assist learning. The past few years have seen a huge increase in the availability and use of various forms of audio-visual (AV) and other online media – video, animation, music, podcasts, photo sharing, blogs etc.
These tools and techniques are increasingly being incorporated into corporate and workplace training contexts—face-to-face, e-learning and blended delivery. Human Resources and other departments use tools and media to broaden the scope, efficiency and appeal of their training programs, often within tight budgets, deadlines and delivery constraints. Getting organised improves the efficiency of any course development.
With a whole world of multimedia possibility, navigating around the territory can be an exciting and productive process. With so many options, it’s sometimes overwhelming and difficult to know where to start. As with any learning, it’s always a great idea to examine your initial aims, objectives and training needs.
Learning requirements are typically expressed in terms of knowledge, skills, behaviour and attitude and are often documented in the form of a training plan, syllabus, unit of competence, performance criteria etc. These aims and objectives provide important structure and direction for the development of tools and resources used in any course or training program.
In this workshop you will:
• Analyse your training needs with reference to delivery requirements and potential use of media
• Become aware of the scope and potential of using media tools and audio visual in training
• Identify and locate various online and other multimedia tools
• Use online tools to create a simple learning resource
• Become aware of the many benefits of using multimedia in learning
• Plan for your own learning requirements, incorporating media in your training program.
Please Note: To get the most out of this workshop, participants are encouraged to bring a sample of their own training documentation and/or aims and objectives (where available).
Duration: 3 hours (face-to-face)