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We’re excited to announce this joint initiative with ISPI (the International Society of Performance Improvement). Open to all levels of managers, and future managers. If you are interested in participating in this workshop, please let us know by latest August 17th. We require at least 12 people to run the workshop.
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Date: Monday, October 15th, 2018
Location: Downtown Toronto. The location will be emailed to registrants.
Cost for I4PL Conference Attendees: $700 +tax
Cost: $850 +tax
Snacks, refreshments and lunch is included in the cost. The size of the workshop is between 12-24 participants.
For questions regarding the content of the workshop please contact Brett at: Brett.firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reserve your spot please contact: Kristen@performanceandlearning.ca.
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This year's Conference “Performance & Learning in the Digital Age” is a shared initiative between the field of Learning and Performance, and Higher Education. We are implementing innovative ideas and partnerships to expand the opportunities for learning and networking.
The Conference has returned to a three-day format, and the Early Bird member rate is $695 +tax which runs until September 1st and after that the member full-price rate is $845 +tax. The Conference will be held October 16-18, 2018 at The Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto.
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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 IMIS (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.
The 2016 and 2017 recorded Conference sessions are now available! Relive your favourite sessions or catch up on ones you may have missed. Conference attendees and I4PL members receive 50% off the recorded sessions for a limited time, click here for more information and to purchase your sessions.
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Whole brain learning is a model of learning where learners learn a concept by using both parts of the brain and not just left or the right brain. This is the simplest definition I could frame as I did not want to use a technical university-based definition in my very first article. A picture speaks a thousand words, or is it? Certain myths are perpetuated as facts and this needs to be addressed. Pictures are important and so are words. A picture without the contextual explanatory text or a text without an accompanying picture is what creates dissonance or unnecessary load on the brain to figure out what it is that we are talking about.
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When done correctly, gamification can take the most mundane tasks and inject them with fun and excitement. Applying game mechanics to non-gaming scenarios is a powerful tool that can increase motivation and competition, leading to increased engagement. In fact, reports suggest that over 60 per cent of learners can be motivated by leaderboards and increased competition. Gamification could be the ingredient your L&D strategy is missing.
We live in a world where movie-grade cameras fit in pockets and USB thumb drives can hold a lifetime of content. The commoditization of professional video equipment and storage has enabled L&D teams to create exponentially more video content and scale their training programs at a fraction of the cost it would've taken just a few years ago.
Video demos help to simplify complex tasks and give employees the ability to mimic favourable performance behaviors. But opting for the same production approach, time after time, can lead to boredom. Why not mix things up a bit and add a dose of the unexpected to your online training experience. Here are seven innovative ways to include video demos in your online training courses.
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