The COVID-19 pandemic required a shift in many organizations’ training course delivery—from face-to-face instruction to web-based or virtual formats. In the beginning, instructional delivery may have felt awkward for learners and instructors. More than two years later, some may argue that instructors and learners may even prefer these all-virtual formats. However, we know that virtual is not always the most effective form of instructional delivery. As a sense of normalcy returns, the old normal even looks different. There is a new dynamic in the training landscape that must not be overlooked. Learn how to use digital tools to blend traditional classroom delivery with new web-based and virtual offerings.
Dr. Garrett Wheat recently earned his PhD in Agricultural and Extension Education and Evaluation through LSU. His dissertation included creating a competency model for Highway Safety Engineers. His role within DOTD allows him to work on special projects while continuing the groundwork set from his research. He loves all things technology, is fairly new to the golf world while trying to break 90, and is a self-proclaimed local expert on roundabouts. He previously taught Computer Science in High School and is a published author.
ATDBR strives to align our programming with the ATD Capability Model. This workshop supports the "Developing Professional" Capability.
ATDBR is a pre-approved provider and is authorized to provide continuing education programs that qualify for initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. ATDBR provides high-quality programming that has been developed and delivered by subject matter experts.
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