Microlearning Certificate

Preconference Certificate Program
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Microlearning Certificate
February 3-4, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Use bite-sized learning for employee development.
In today’s VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) world, your workforce needs to develop new knowledge and skills at a rapid pace. In this highly practical course, you’ll get access to ATD’s MILE model for microlearning and leave ready to design and develop a practical and effective microlearning program.

The MILE model gives you a road map to create a program structure, gather resources using the three Cs (curate, create, and crowdsource), and implement, promote, and evaluate your programs. You’ll review case studies with an eye toward identifying design ideas that you can incorporate into your own programs. Additionally, you’ll learn what to do once you have implemented microlearning—including how to measure for effectiveness and keep your program content current.

Why You Should Attend

  • Quickly and efficiently create learning content that expedites a learner’s mastery of specific skills and enables you to meet both stakeholder and client needs.
  • Use the MILE model to develop bite-sized learning programs that your employees will not only want to use, but also share with others.
  • Determine the best way to assess learning and measure the organizational impact of your program so you can continuously improve.

Who Should Attend
This program is for learning professionals who want to create and deliver microlearning programs that learners engage with and share with others. If you want to develop a microlearning program or determine how this new approach to learning can have a positive influence on your organization’s learning strategy, this program is for you.

Facilitator
Nelson Santiago

Registration
ATD Member: US $1,295
Nonmember: US $1,495*

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“In my preconference Certificate I made connections with people I could go out to dinner with to discuss our hopes and plans for the conference, as well as the challenges we faced in our roles back at home. I was able to pick these same faces out of the crowd during sessions and keynotes, making the conference feel friendlier and granting me the confidence to engage with other attendees whom I did not know.”
- Crystal Downey, Senior Talent Systems and Learning Specialist