Topic: Virtual Training Solutions for Corporations and Schools
Date: Monday, October 13, 2014
6:00 – 6:30 pm: Networking
6:30 – 8:00 pm: Business Meeting / Program
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Since budgets are often tight, sometimes we have to formulate creative solutions on ways we can still train employees/students without compromising the educational effectiveness. In some cases, we can save money while still hitting our learning targets. Other times, we encounter hardware constraints, firewall/bandwidth issues, and the need for additional assistance with online moderation and post-production work.
Our facilitators come from both corporate and academic settings.
Dale will describe how “going virtual” can have an impact within the organization (especially in terms of a cultural change for attendees). Adobe Connect is used to offer synchronous VILT sessions at Honeywell to field technicians around the world. He will also demo additional tools he uses, such as Open Sankore, Zoomit, and Radmin.
Deb will share her experiences working with the Minneapolis Public Schools.
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Dale Bartosh, BS, Senior Technical Learning Specialist for Honeywell Building Solutions. For the last nine years, he has developed and deployed both eLearning and instructor-led curriculum in TCP/IP networking, server security, and surveillance software. Previously, he designed and implemented instructor-led Microsoft MCSE curriculum for Inver Hills and Dakota County Technical Colleges. He has also taught CISCO certification tracks. Dale has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota and is certified to teach in many OEM track certifications.
Deb Enloe has over eight years of experience with Mpls Public Schools and currently leads the Information Technology Education and Training Division. While at MPS, Deb has worked in H/R, Research Evaluation, and Assessment along with IT Services. She is currently developing a standard training design and development methodology that can be scalable across MPS.
Deb is passionate about helping others learn and strives to ensure all IT training development incorporates the organizational core competencies. She has a Master of Education specializing in education Technology and eLearning and a Bachelor of Science degree in Management. Deb is well positioned to integrate the most effective technology solutions in training development.
Deb’s training audience ranges from business process to academic student data systems. She uses multiple tools to reach all learners. Most recently, Deb led an initiative to virtually train 3,200 staff over four days. She also has business experience in the private sector. Deb views herself as a continuous learner and enjoys creating collaborative environments for staff to share their knowledge and learn from one another.