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Launch Your Micro-Credentialing Strategy

Addressing the Skills Gap to Stay Competitive

About this webinar

Duration: 1 hour

When: Dec 16, 2021 @ 1:00 PM ET

The broadening skills gap has been front-page news for the past couple of years. This is a huge challenge, but modern organizations are taking action to provide growth opportunities for their learners. With so many options for employee engagement, upskilling and professional development where do we even begin?

A solid professional learning strategy that drives by relevant career growth will provide the tools needed to help keep your learners ahead of the game.

Join us for our upcoming webinar, where Amber West, Instructional Designer for D2L, will share best practices for setting up your micro-credentialing strategy, motivating your learners, and the differences and benefits of micro-credentialing, gamification, and badging.

CAE credit: 1 (Recognized by ASAE)

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Amber West

Instructional Designer

D2Ler since 2014, Amber West (she/her) is an Instructional Designer with the Learning and Creative Services team. She works alongside clients to develop learning strategies and experiences that engage learners in ways that are both fun and meaningful. Amber brings to the team an in-depth knowledge of Brightspace from many perspectives – learner, instructor, and administrator; her course designs are influenced by a combination of pedagogical best practices as well as gamified learning experiences. Her favorite part of being a D2Ler is helping clients to bring together a course strategy that solves both their business and education goals.

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