5 Key Learning Audience Questions To Ask Before Building Your Training Program

5 Key Learning Audience Questions To Ask Before Building Your Education Program

Date December 03 2020
Duration 60 Minutes
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5 Key Learning Audience Questions To Ask Before Building Your Training Program
Speaker Michael Sinno & Jimi Gipple
Michael Sinno: Vice President, Learning and Development, based in the Chicago-area headquarters, Mr. Sinno leads NICB’s L&D team. He also directs the National Insurance Crime Training Academy (NICTA), which offers online, anti-fraud training to the property/casualty insurance industry. Mr. Sinno has extensive experience in instructional design, human performance technology, leadership development, and change management. Before joining NICB, he held L&D leadership positions in the pharmaceutical, healthcare, and parking logistics/management industries. Mr. Sinno served in the US Navy prior to attending Southern Illinois University Carbondale where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Electronics and master’s degree in Education.

Jimi Gipple: Mr. Gipple directs Acendre’s Customer Experience team, responsible for delivering an exceptional customer experience to the Inquisiq LMS customer base – from customer onboarding through lifecycle support. He also leads Acendre’s Inquisiq Professional Services and Custom Content team to design and develop custom interactive eLearning solutions, instructional design, and multimedia development.
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5 Key Learning Audience Questions To Ask Before Building Your Education Program

Need to build a memorable training program? Then, understanding your learning audience is a top priority!

However, learning audiences are rarely comprised of a single type of learner. More precisely, you need to engage effectively a multi-generational workforce, with geographically dispersed members, consisting of neuro-diverse learners with many more demographic differences.

Consequently, you need to develop training programs that “work” for everyone. Does this sound challenging? It is indeed, especially when “everyone” includes audiences that you do not have direct contact with on a daily basis!

So, if you strive to create memorable experiences for your audience, this webinar is for you! Join Michael Sinno, Vice President, Learning and Development, NICB and Jimi Gipple, Director of Customer Experience, Acendre, and take a look at the importance of answering some key questions before developing or redeveloping your educational programs.

During this session, we will discuss:

  • Why you need K-Y-A
  • The importance of knowing demographic makeup and learning experiences of your audience
  • How to determine if you have a learning or training culture
  • Why it is necessary to create training programs for diverse audiences
As your learning audience is rarely comprised of a single type of learner—whether they are a multi-generational workforce, geographically dispersed members, neuro-diverse learners or otherwise demographically different—you are charged with developing training programs that “work” for everyone.
Requirements
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