Episode # 52 - The 3 C’s of Designing Great Learning Experiences with Design Expert Beth Cougler Blom
Your nonprofit team is continually training people.
But if you are like many nonprofit leaders, you're not sure if it's very effective.
The truth is, you likely were not taught how to teach.
Most nonprofit leaders are industry experts, i.e. social workers, human services workers, child care workers etc.
Yet, we think we should be able to figure it out. When we do that, sometimes we create less than stellar training experience.
In this session, you'll learn to create effective and engaging learning experiences with Beth Cougler Blom! Beth is a design expert. She knows how to create learning experiences that engage!
Dive in and learn the 3 C's of designing a great learning experience!
Beth has helped clients, large and small, in all sectors design and facilitate great learning experiences, face-to-face and online.
Blom began her career as a training coordinator and soon became a trainer and then facilitator herself, both as an employee with other organizations and through her own learning design and facilitation business, which she began in 2011.
Beth has been an instructional designer for the teaching and learning centre at Royal Roads University and in the nonprofit sector. She teaches learning design and facilitation in publicly-accessible courses through her own business and for select post-secondary and community environments as well as for private clients.
In her work for community organizations and higher education institutions as well as for corporations, government, and healthcare, she has discovered how facilitation of learning could be and should be enhanced. Beth lives outside of Victoria, British Columbia with her husband and daughter.
LINKS TO Beth’s work
The Training Library Membership Site
Free downloads that go along with Beth’s book, Design to Engage, and sample pages of the book are available at http://designtoengagebook.com.
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