FET 370 Beyond Fundamentals: Introduction to Developing and Facilitating Online Training (2 hours)

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Course Overview

  • Course will take approximately 2 (two) hours to complete
  • No clock hours awarded upon completion (ECE or how to train other adult)
  • Audience: Trainers

Course Description

More and more often online training sessions are being requested and offered virtually. Virtual training sessions can be a great resource for both employers and employees in obtaining early childhood clock hours. Virtual learning has developed and evolved over the years, and there are many unique and engaging ways to offer credit for an online training session that go beyond watching a video and reading questions. This session will help identify different ways content can be presented, how to award credit, help the participant understand some basic principles for virtual training sessions, and review regulatory requirements for virtual learning.

This course satisfies the Division of Child Care (DCC) regulatory requirement for cabinet approved online training development course for credentialed trainers who will be conducting online training or webinars. 

In order to satisfactorily complete the session all content must be completed, and a final assignment must be submitted and reviewed for accuracy.  Upon successful completion of all components your ECE-TRIS record will be updated to confirm completion, however no clock hour credit will be awarded. 

Course Facilitators

Dawn Griffin

Northern Bluegrass Region Training Coach
dawn.griffin@uky.edu

Julie Halitzka

Salt River Region Training Coach
julie.halitzka@uky.edu


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Training Outcomes

By the end of this session participants will be able to:

  • Recall key terms related to online training.
  • Compare ways to organize online training content.
  • Learn what accessibility is and how to make online trainings accessible.
  • Describe how to calculate and award credit hours.
  • Identify ways to deliver training content in an online setting.
  • Learn ways to incorporate quality assurance into online training design. 

Workplace Outcomes

Participants will return to the workplace with an understanding of how to organize and create content in an online setting. They will be able to create a training outline and identify different methods for presentation of content. 

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FET 220 – Beyond Fundamentals Tech for Trainers: Put More Power in your Point with PowerPoint (3 hours)

Description:

PowerPoint is the most frequently used training aid, but often the most under-utilized. Understand the advanced features you’ve dared not tried but wish you knew how to use! Practice using these within an application activity and for creating not only effective but Powerful presentations in the future.

In this course, you will explore several functions of Microsoft PowerPoint. Some of them you may already know, others might be a refresher. Our hope is that you learn a few additional functions that you can use to either edit an existing or create a new PowerPoint presentation.

Target Audience: 👩‍🏫 Trainers who wish to expand their knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint, and more effectively use media to enhance presentations.

Credit Hours: 🏆 3 hours Adult Learning/How to Train Other Adults

Course Welcome and Introduction

FET 225 – Beyond Fundamentals Tech for Trainers: Presenting Beyond PowerPoint (3 hours)

Description:

In this three-hour course, learners will examine 4 tools you can use to develop and deliver online presentations. Learners will then be required to develop a presentation using each tool, as well as a final application activity.

Target Audience: Kentucky Early Care and Education Credentialed Trainers

Hours: 3 Adult Learning/How to Train Other Adults

FET 211 – Beyond Fundamentals Tech for Trainers: Incorporating Low-Tech and Easy Videos in your Professional Development (1 hour)

Description:

In this session, learners will gain a better understanding of what low-tech and free or low cost options are available to enhance professional development and increase retention.

Outcomes:

  • Cite at least three ways to enhance professional development with video.
  • Create a live streaming and/or on-demand video for use in professional development.

Target Audience: Kentucky Early Care and Education Credentialed Trainers

Hours: 1 hour Adult Learning/How to Train Other Adults

Beyond Fundamentals Tech for Trainers: Put More Power in your Point with PowerPoint

Description:

In this course, you will explore several functions of PowerPoint. Some of them you may already know, others might be a refresher and we hope that you learn a few additional that you can use to either edit an existing or create a new PowerPoint presentation. PowerPoint is the most frequently used training aid, but often the most under-used. Understand the advanced features you’ve dared not tried but wish you knew how to use! Practice using these for creating not only effective but Powerful presentations.

Target Audience: Trainers who wish to expand their knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint, and more effectively use media to enhance presentations.

Credit Hours: 3 hours Adult Learning/How to Train Other Adults

FET 210 – Beyond Fundamentals Tech for Trainers: Creating and Sharing Photos with Audio (1 hour)

Description: 

In this session, learners will use low-tech and free options to create and share pictures with audio to enhance professional development. Participants will apply what they learn to create their own picture with audio.

Creating and producing digital content may not be what is native to you, but it will be to the workforce you are working with. High school students are increasingly graduating with the expectation that learning is interactive, on demand and tailored to meet their needs.

Digital media and content have come a long way. Tools and services are available now to make you (yes you!) the creator of digital content, to meet the needs of the consumer you are providing professional development services to.

In this course, you will explore one exciting type of media – photos with audio. These photos can be used similar to how you might use a video, only they are short (less than 90 seconds). Photos can be shared in a face to face setting, or online.

Outcomes:

  • Select appropriate pictures for sharing with other professionals
  • Understand the concept of using audio with photos
  • Create and share your own ideas via photos and audio

Target Audience: Trainers seeking a low-tech option for incorporating media into trainings

Credit Hours: 1 hour Adult Learning/How to Train Other Adults