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Best Practices to Help You Get the Most out of Precertification Training

Duration:
1 hour
Presenters:

Lynsey Duncan, Senior Instructional Designer and Team Lead, and Alyssa Filippi, Instructional Designer

Description

More than 40 million people in the U.S. hold professional certifications or licenses, which are common in areas like medicine, law, and education. In recent years, they’ve become much more prominent in fields like finance and software.

Before someone can attain an accreditation in a field they need to build a foundation and establish the skills and competencies that will ultimately make them proficient. That’s where pre-certification training comes in. Making such programs successful means appealing to an audience that’s busy and may have a variety of professional development options available to them. The program must create clear pathways to success with relevant and actionable content—while giving your own staff the tools they need to make the most of the initiatives and to scale them.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Align training content with a certification body’s standards and your organization’s learning objectives.
  • Assess learners’ progress authentically in an online environment.
  • Achieve buy-in for your learning program.
  • Develop rewards that will help motivate your audience.

Finally, we’ll cover general instructional design strategies that anyone building an online pre-certification or professional development program can implement.

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