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| || I4PL 2019 National Conference – Registration OPEN!|
| || From Paper to Practice: Competencies for Performance and Learning Professionals|
Start 2019 off right with some fantastic professional development! Designed by subject matter experts in the industry, and facilitated by Moe Poirier, CTDP and expert virtual facilitator. From Paper to Practice is a series of seven 90-minute, virtual, live workshops that explore the practical applications and best practices behind I4PL’s Competencies for Performance and Learning Professionals. These workshops take the seven Competencies outlined in I4PL’s body of knowledge, Competencies for Performance and Learning Professionals, and clearly demonstrate to participants how to practically apply them in their workplaces. The workshops are suited to those who are already in the field of performance and learning and want to enhance their practice, get inspired, and take back actionable concepts to their colleagues.
These live workshops will be engaging, interactive, and offer much more than the traditional webinar. Workshops can be taken individually but significant discounts are available if all seven are purchased in a bundle. A certificate of completion will be issued for those who complete all seven.
Sessions will only be offered live once. All participants will have access to the previous sessions’ recordings in the event that a live event is missed. Readiness activities and suggested resources are also included, along with the opportunity for rich dialogue with your colleagues, and connecting with other industry professionals.
Each workshop counts towards two CTP and CTDP maintenance credits. Take all seven and receive 14 credits.
Save $60 by registering for all seven workshops by February 4th!
Early Bird Member Price: $550.00 ($78.57 per workshop!)
Early Bird Non-member Price: $785.00 ($112.14 per workshop!)
Member Price (after February 4th): $610.00
Non-member Price (after February 4th): $845.00
We have special discounted pricing for Students, I4PL 2018 Conference Attendees, and Groups of 5+! Email us for more details.
All prices include tax.
Congratulations to those who received their CTDP designations in December!
- Jennifer Belland, Edmonton Chapter
- Julie Glover, Toronto Chapter
- Mandi Groslouis, New Brunswick
- Fei Sun, Peel-Halton Chapter
How we speak and attempt to share information in the world of Change Management is important. The approach and indeed, the terminology itself can create an unconscious divide between us (Change Management people) and the rest of the world. Here is how you can overcome this obstacle.
The Institute’s Mentorship program is a unique opportunity to build a supportive and mutually beneficial relationship with someone in the field of performance and learning. Through the MentorCity software, participants are able to create a profile, find Mentor and Mentee matches, and build meaningful mentoring relationships.
An orientation webinar will be on January 29th, 2019 at 12pm EST, registrants will be sent a dial-in number to participate. If you are unable to attend, the session will be recorded as well.
If you're interested in participating in this upcoming cohort, please click the register button below.
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Peel-Halton Chapter Update
We’d like to welcome Marilyn Otten on as the 2019-2020 Chapter Chair, she has served on the Executive Committee previously. Many thanks to outgoing Chair, Janice Harrison, who has been instrumental in the growth of the Chapter. Janice will remain on the Executive Committee.
To view complete event descriptions, please go to the Events Page.
| || Performance and Learning in the News|
We are smack-dab in the middle of a massive shift toward more teamwork in the workplace. In the average company, up to 80 per cent of employees’ days are spent working collaboratively, and yet only 14 per cent of leaders are satisfied with their ability to collaborate and make decisions as teams.
Sounds like an opportunity for L&D.
As a learning developer, what are the challenges you face every time you create a course? One definite challenge is how to make the e-Learning course engaging for your learners. This is not surprising, as engagement is the crucial factor that will transform a staid course into a winning one. And no one wants to create a course sans engagement. To overcome this, there are many ways to include engaging elements in your courses.
Training Industry Magazine
Last October, Jane Hart unveiled her "Top Tools for Learning" for 2018. The results confirmed that more employees are now self-learning and self-serving their training needs than ever before. Today's employees find their own online resources and courses whenever they need to solve a problem. These resources are not created by L&D but by peers and professionals working in the same field.
With unemployment at a historic low, companies are coming up with creative ways to hire fast and at scale.
It will continue to be a job seeker's market in 2019, and companies will continue to struggle to find qualified candidates. Applicants who have kept their skill sets up to date will have their pick of jobs, and hiring managers will pull out all the stops to sweeten their offers. But, as Udemy’s 2018 Skills Gap Report found, companies will see diminishing returns if they don’t invest in their workforce’s ongoing learning and development.
Learning Solutions Magazine
It may be a cliché, but it's one that L&D teams — and their managers — need to heed: You get what you measure. According to Will Thalheimer's recent Guild report Evaluating Learning: Insights from Learning Professionals, most organizations measure the wrong things when evaluating eLearning. Here's a look at what L&D should measure in order to meet business leaders' goals and avoid a data gap.
When it comes to tracking employee training via e-Learning, what do you actually need to be tracking? Is it just enough to know who has attended which training sessions? Here are the 8 things we think you need to track when it comes to e-Learning in order to get a clearer picture of your internal training offering.
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