Webcast: Learning Myths and
Evidence-Based Training Methods
 
Training is expensive and our time with learners is limited, so efficiency is surely key. During this webinar, learn to use training methods grounded in science and shown by research to be effective. And on the flip side, recognize some of the most common learning myths.
 
*Please note, this webcast is informational only and is not eligible for CE credit 
 

Learning Myths and Evidence-Based Training Methods

Many people have ideas about what makes training effective, but where do those ideas come from? Are those ideas evidence-based and backed with research and data, or are they assumptions that have never been scrutinized and considered critically? Training is expensive and our time with learners is limited—surely we want to use training methods that are grounded in science and that are shown by research to be effective.

During this Webcast, You'll Learn:

- What "evidence-based training" means

- Training delivery methods vs. training methods

- What a "blended learning program" is

- How people process & retrieve information

- Evidence-based training methods


- Common learning myths


- Where to learn more

 

About the webinar host: Jeff Dalto

Jeff Dalto is an instructional designer with more than 20 years of experience in learning and development. Jeff has worked extensively in safety and safety training, holds a certificate as a General Industry Safety Specialist from University of Washington, is an OSHA 10- and 30-hour authorized trainer, publishes frequently in the ASSP Professional Safety journal and elsewhere, and was involved in writing the upcoming ANSI/ASSP Z490.2 standard for online EHS training.