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I4PL is pleased to launch the next cohort of our nation-wide Mentorship Program!
The Institute’s Mentorship program is a unique opportunity to build a supportive and mutually beneficial relationship with a professional 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.*
Registration closes June 14th, 2019.
An orientation webinar will be announced shortly. Registrants will be sent a dial-in number to participate. If you are unable to attend, the session will be recorded as well.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any further questions.
*Participating in MentorCity counts towards your certification maintenance credits, under category 2 (for mentors) or category 1 (for mentees).
The next cycle of From Paper to Practice: Competencies for Performance and Learning Professionals start next week, Thursday, May 30, 2019 and continue monthly until December 19, 2019.
What is it?
A unique, LIVE, virtual mini course in seven parts on each of the Competencies developed by I4PL, facilitated by master facilitator Moe Poirier.
The “Competencies for Performance and Learning” is the industry-accepted body of knowledge and framework for the learning and development professional. Each virtual workshop is 90 minutes in length, 1:30-3:00 pm ET.
|Partnering with Clients
||Thursday, May 30, 2019
|Assessing Performance Needs
||Thursday, July 4, 2019
||Thursday, August 15, 2019
|Designing Learning Experiences
||Thursday, September 19, 2019
||Thursday, October 24, 2019
|Supporting Transfer of Learning
||Thursday, November 21, 2019
||Thursday, December 19, 2019
Seven Workshop Bundle Pricing (includes tax)
Member Price: $610.00
Non-member Price: $845.00
Groups of 5+ save when purchasing the seven workshop bundle!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and invoicing options.
| || All 2019 I4PL Webinars Open for Registration|
National webinars are always free for members and $50 +tax for non-members.
These events count towards 1 credit
hour each for certification maintenance.
Please note that there are two steps in the registration process. First, you are required to register on the I4PL website and then the second step is to register on the ZOOM platform. The second step will be sent to you 48 hours before the webinar that will then send a confirmation email with the dial-in instructions. For questions, please contact email@example.com
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| || LearnFest 2019: Programming Update|
Kate Woolhouse, M.A., L&D Specialist, Organizational Development, City of Kingston
Haesun Moon, Ph.D.(c), Executive Director, Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching
Brett Nesbitt, MBA, Canadian Special Operations Forces Command Innovation Lead
Ginny Santos, M.Sc. Stakeholder Engagement Designer and Facilitator; Founder & CEO, NeOlé Inc., Assoc. Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, and Co-founder of FliP U
Brand Heroes will be sponsoring a World Café roundtable to capture participants’ reflections on the day!
When: Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Where: Snell Hall, St. James Cathedral Centre, 65 Church St, Toronto
Member Price: $325 +tax (includes refreshments and lunch)
Non-member Price: $425 +tax (includes refreshments and lunch)
On June 12th, our speakers will present the latest approaches to learning influenced by developments in behavioural science and design thinking as well as how to apply new knowledge to workplace performance and learning.
Participants will take home practical ideas, ranging from innovative approaches to on-boarding from Kate Woolhouse, to helping learners unlearn with Brett Nesbitt.
Ginny Santos will lead the group in a hands-on experience of a new learning app developed by the Niagara Institute (iPads will be supplied for this session), and Haesun Moon will demonstrate how to create the most effective dialogue in a coaching or workplace environment.
This immersive, exciting and (most importantly) fun day of learning is for the L&D professional wanting to add some new tools and perspectives to their wheelhouse.
This program has been approved by the Certification Maintenance Program and will count towards 7 CEU credits. For more details on how to maintain your CTDP or CTP designation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
| || 2019 Conference – Early Bird Rate Ends NEXT WEEK|
Early Bird Rate Ends May 31, 2019
Register Now and Save $150!Register Now
To view complete event descriptions, please go to the Events Page.
| || Performance and Learning in the News|
Demand for learning is up and the spend that employers allocate to it is climbing — but as employers spend more money, they may also need to increase expectations for learning's success. What outcomes do employers expect from learning programs? Whenever a company initiates training, that company must also ensure it has clear, definable results in mind, experts told HR Dive. Training to increase practical knowledge — how to utilize equipment, for example — should be task-oriented and measurable. Other training goals, like developing soft skills, may be more intangible, but success metrics can still be necessary.
Chief Learning Officer
Let's face it — many plans to transform corporate learning culture and improve employee performance are plagued with short-term, tactical disruptions. The ever-evolving needs of customers, market changes and leadership demands pose constant challenges for chief learning officers looking to keep large-scale workforces agile, relevant and productive. CLOs are tasked with creating and fostering a positive and continuous learning culture that links to business goals, engages employees and can be measured. In addition, corporate learning programs must have buy-in from C-suite peers, which isn't always easy with so many competing priorities.
E-learning is becoming a ubiquitous part of the corporate experience. Companies are taking advantage of mobile and internet technologies to educate their workforce on a plethora of subjects. This practice, of course, has many benefits: speed, mobility, standardization. But, one essential aspect of the learning experience has been missing: personalization.
Learning Solutions Magazine
Templates are to instructions as blueprints are to architects, as recipes are to bakers, and as patterns are to knitters. The template is a set of instructions. While some instructional designers disparage the use of pre-designed templates — who hasn't seen dozens of PowerPoint presentations or Storyline courses with the same color scheme or design — templates are a great starting point for designing professional, appealing e-learning courses.
Chief Learning Officer
In the corporate world, training is often an end unto itself. Employees take a course so they can check off a compliance box or position themselves for career advancement. Their goal is simply to get the right answers. They don't absorb the learning or take it with them once they finish the training. Instruction stops at the classroom door, whether it's real or virtual.
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