Intro to Training Online
(Formerly called Leading an Online Training or Webinar)
Amidst COVID-19, we aim to make online workshops as accessible as possible. Fees are sliding scale; please use accordingly for access to these tools, including naming your own fee. Fees support participants unable to pay, and keep our program sustainable.
Length: 2 hours
This workshop costs $35 – $200 US, sliding scale based on income. If you are being sent by an organization with an annual budget over $200,000, we request you pay a fee of $200 US.
|If your income is…||$15,000||$15,001 – $25,000||$25,001 – $35,000||$35,001 – $45,000||$45,001 – $55,000||over $55,000|
BY THE END OF THE TRAINING, YOU WILL…
- Recognize how your face-to-face training, communication, and problem-solving techniques can be applied online.
- Have tools and approaches to design and facilitate online trainings that prioritize people’s experiences, increase engagement and effectiveness, and that you can apply immediately regardless of the software you use.
- Acquire tools, techniques, and design considerations for reading a group online and gauging learning.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP?
Anyone training and facilitating online who wants to increase their effectiveness using interactive and experiential tools. This is an introductory training. We welcome a range of experiences – from beginner online facilitators to long-time trainers. Some face-to-face facilitation experience is helpful for this training.
This is an interactive online training using the Zoom platform. Come prepared to participate fully, just as you would an in-person training. Please try to connect from a quiet place on a computer with headphones. A computer with a webcam and high-speed internet are recommended to get the most out of the training.
Details for how to connect will be sent prior to the training. The training will include follow-up resources you can use after. We’ll cover tech strategies that apply across software options, but for training on specific software, individual coaching is recommended.
This training will take place online in the Zoom meetings platform. Our trainings offer multiple ways to engage in activities and we do our best to apply best practices in visual accessibility on our slides and handouts including using high contrast and alt text. Closed captioning, sign language interpretation, and advanced copies of the slides are offered if requests are received up to 1 week before the training.
If there is anything else that would make this training more accessible to you, please email us directly or make a note in your registration form.