WEBINAR | Trainer Academy: How to Teach Online or In-person with Nancy Bacon
Tuesday, June 29 & Thursday, July 1 | 10:00 AM to noon HST
Are you looking for ways to turn your expertise into training that helps people? Or wondering how to shift existing curriculum into an online world? The Trainer Academy is an online course that gives you the knowledge, skills, and tools you need to be an effective trainer (both in-person and online).
Over 2 two-hour sessions, you’ll learn how to design an effective workshop and how to deliver it in a way that maximizes participation. You’ll receive materials and assignments before and after each session so you can practice what you learn. You’ll end the series ready to deliver an effective learning experience that helps people transfer what they learn back into their work.
The Trainer Academy is designed for both novice and veteran trainers. If you’re new to training, you’ll gain a framework to help you get started. If you have been training for a while, you’ll have the chance to refresh your approach and reflect on how to bring the latest in adult learning into your approach. Interested in presenting at conferences? This session will give you space to refine your plan towards a compelling workshop proposal.
Presenter: Nancy Bacon is a teacher, instructional designer, and nonprofit leader who is known for creating learning experiences that move people to action. She began her career as an ESL teacher and then middle school teacher. She created three learning programs, including the learning program at Washington Nonprofits, Washington’s nonprofit state association. Nancy has spoken at many regional and national forums on topics related to nonprofits and adult learning. She writes about these topics on her blog: nancybacon.com.
Registration Fee: HANO members – $50; Non-members – $75