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Training and Talent Development

  • Focuses on Management of Programs
  • Builds Skills in Design and Implementation
  • Explores Technology as a Vehicle for Upgrading Programs

Workplace learning and development is imperative for an organization’s success and growth. These courses present practical and effective strategies for adult learning, including theory, facilitation, metrics and analysis, new technologies, and delivery media. You will gain critical skills, as well as an understanding of basic to advanced training and talent development programs that can be implemented across organizations and industries.

Communication Skills for Administrative Professionals

Learn about and strengthen your interpersonal communication skills to enhance your productivity at work.

2 sections

Instructional Design

Learn about the different learning theories and various approaches to course/training design, from the planning to the implementation phases.

2 sections

Learning and Training Development Foundations

Develop or improve your training skills, learn to communicate more effectively, and establish professional training credibility.

2 sections

Learning and Training Development Part II: Project Management

Learn to effectively gather information to make external, internal, and market assessments of training.

2 sections

Trainer as Consultant

Increase your professional success as a trainer by learning to think and to act like a consultant.

2 sections

Introduction to Human Resource Management, Metrics, and Risk Management

Develop an understanding of the fundamentals of human resource management and its strategic relevance in the workplace.

1 section

Designing Online Learning

Whether you are a faculty member, trainer, or instructor, learn how to effectively develop online courses and teach online.

1 section

Instructional Needs Assessment and Evaluation

Acquire the skills to plan and implement assessment and evaluation as they play out in corporate training and in college and university settings.

2 sections