Do you ever struggle to come up with great goals for your training? Do you know that your learners need effective eLearning experiences but your SMEs give you TONS of content to work with? Do you have a hard time connecting the training to the real world?
Are your learners experiencing cognitive overload? Are your learners not learning from their mistakes? Are your learners being engaged?
There's actually a pretty simple solution to all of this! ACTION MAPPING!
Action mapping is a design process for corporate training. Its goal is to help designers identify solutions to performance issues and then improve the performance of the business.
Our presenter, Nick Elkins, has been using action mapping in his training design for nearly a decade.
Nick is a Digital Design Manager within L&D at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He leverages experience in helping companies establish their e-learning initiatives to design engaging and interactive digital learning and performance experiences for the firm.
Nick has been in e-learning for 15 years and has served as e-learning developer, instructional designer, and project manager for award-winning e-learning projects. Before PwC, Nick served as Learning & Performance Experience Designer at Coca-Cola Beverages Florida and as Director of E-Learning Development at Artisan E-Learning.
Nick was the 2016-2017 President of the ATD Florida Suncoast Chapter and has presented at ATD ICE, Learning Solutions, and ATD events in DC, Orlando, Atlanta, Tampa, and Jacksonville.Meeting Agenda:
5:30 - 6:00 PM Registration, Networking & Dinner in Classroom #2533
6:15 - 6:30 PM Announcements
6:30 - 8:00 PM Speaker Presentation8:00 - 8:15 PM
Our meeting location is:
4401 North Himes Avenue
Classroom #2533 (second floor)
Tampa, FL 33614
Our meeting is being held in classroom #2533, and someone will be at the front door to direct you.
- Classroom is located on second floor
- If using the stairs, turn right at the 2nd floor landing, classroom is down hall on the right (if using elevator, upon exiting, turn left, classroom is down the hall on the right)