Most administrators think that online training is the easy solution to training workers who live and work in remote rural locations. These tips will help your distance learning program a bigger success.
CHWTraining.org is hosting a free webinar event on October 7 for any AHEC administrator hungry for information about how to expand education and enrollment through e-learning. Directors, program administrators and trainers from AHECs are invited to attend.
Introduction to E-learning: What Every AHEC Needs To Know About Online Training is complimentary and will begin at 1pm Eastern (10am Pacific), during which you'll learn:
- How to get the whole team on board
- What the technology requirements are
- Why your learners are probably asking for online module delivery
- And much more!
Space is limited for this event, so you don't want to miss your chance to get in on the action. Please register now!
LIVE WEBINAR DETAILS:
Date: Oct. 7, 2014
Time: 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern
Length: 60 minutes
Most administrators think that online training is the easy solution to training health workers who live and work in remote, rural locations. These tips will help your distance learning program a bigger success.
People who live in remote areas--as many community health workers do--are often left out of excellent training opportunities. They simply live too far from a central meeting space to participate in many courses.
Online learning is an obvious solution because organizations can deliver high-quality education without the need of a meeting space. So directors and managers often throw online courses at their most far-flung workers and consider the job done.
Sure, internet-based training really can make all the difference between building skills as a professional and lacking knowledge. But training people who live far from their peers isn't as straightforward as it sounds. Programs separated by geographical distance will be even better if a few key factors are addressed from the onset.