Going beyond the 10 of 70-20-10

Part 3 of the Learning Design Boot Camp webinar series

If, as the 70-20-10 model suggests, formal learning only accounts for the smallest part of our audience’s development, what can we do to go beyond that 10%?

From nudges to real-world activities and pushing your LMS to its limits, sit alongside two of Learning Pool’s learning design team as they build upon the action map created in webinar 1 of this series – and the activities developed in webinar 2 – to discuss the effective deployment of a whole learning programme.

At the end of this hour-long session you will:

have a better understanding of essential learning theory that will inform your approach to future projects.

be prepared to develop and deliver solutions that sit outside of traditional online learning.

know what wider considerations need to be made when looking beyond a single online learning module.

have inspiration and ideas for how to better convert SME content into full learning programmes.

understand the questioning techniques that can help you get to the heart of your SME’s content – every time.

Learning Design Boot Camp is a three-part webinar series featuring Learning Pool’s learning design team, who build the mobile ready, interaction-rich and polished content seen across Learning Pool’s e-learning catalogues, custom e-learning content and LMS themes.

In this series of webinars, you’ll learn more about the theory that underpins learning design, see how that theory can be applied when building learning content and develop your own skills as you build your e-learning content.

Whatever your level of experience or confidence, each webinar will give you tools, tips and techniques to take back to your workplace and incorporate into your workflow.

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The presenters

Part 1 of the Challenging Trends Series line up

Ryan O'Hara
Senior Learning Designer
Senior Learning Designer Ryan joined Learning Pool in 2015 and has contributed to a variety of solutions for organisations as diverse as the Houses of Parliament, KFC, Royal Bank of Canada and the Special Olympics.
Andrew Trotter
Learning Designer
In Andrew’s role of Learning Designer at Learning Pool he designs and builds e-learning content using Adapt Builder. He works closely with the graphics team to produce the best content possible for both... He’s spent the last year immersed...