Convergence Webinar Series
In this webinar, you’ll learn the terms and tech and get helpful tips for selecting online maintenance training as well as implementing and using it at your workplace.
You’ll learn more about what online training is, including elearning courses, streaming video courses, and learning management systems. You’ll learn how online training benefits managers and supervisors as well as rank-and-file employees. You’ll learn how to build your online training selection team and some criteria for conducting your search and selecting the maintenance training solutions (elearning, LMS, provider) that’s the best fit for your company.
Finally, we’ll provide an introduction to the use of "live online learning," including webinars and virtual classrooms, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and we’ll point you to resources where you can learn more.
Please note that this webinar will focus on issues related to online training and training and not on issues specific to maintenance training. However, during the webinar we’ll refer you to recordings of two prior webinars that DO focus more specifically on maintenance--one a case study of how Vector Solutions build a maintenance-tech training program with customer CBRE and the other a discussion of developing organizational learning for improved reliability and maintainability with our friends at the University of Tennessee’s Reliability and Maintainability Center (UT-RMC).
Jeff Dalto is an instructional designer and workplace learning and performance improvement specialist with 20+ years of professional experience. He’s worked closely with more than 50 companies in the manufacturing and industrial industries as they’ve implemented online training, including elearning courses and learning management systems. Additionally, Jeff helped to write the ANSI/ASSP Z490.2 standard for online EHS training, is currently on the committee revising the Z490.1 standard for all EHS training, and is completing a Masters degree in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning. Please follow him at the Convergence Training blog and connect with him on LinkedIn.