FET 260: Beyond Fundamentals: Laugh to Learn

Course Description:

Laugh to Learn is a course  for ECE Credentialed Trainers only based on the section called Training Aids from Fundamentals of Effective TrainingIt uses guided, online instruction and independent practice toward skill application. Upon instructor review of your completed Learning Log and plans for a humorous training activity, credentialed trainers will earn 3 clock hours of “how to train other adults.”

Training Outcomes:

  • Describe the benefits and barriers to using humor in training
  • List 4 types of humor strategies
  • Develop and demonstrate a humor strategy for a training activity

Target Audience: Credentialed Trainers, especially those seeking to use more humor in training sessions.

Credit Hours: 3 hours upon completion and submission of the Laugh to Learn Learning Log and Application Activity.

Download the course handout, aka LEARNING LOG, here: Laugh-to-Learn-Learning-Log-Summer-2018

Course Facilitator

Julie Halitzka

Julie Halitzka

Training Coach – Jefferson Region

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Before starting the course, please watch the following video message from your Cruise Director, er, former Laugh to Learn Course Facilitator, Hans Petersen.

Important Information!

This course requires satisfactory completion of an application activity prior to course being fully complete. All application activities can take up to 3 business days to review. The completion date for the course is the date that the application activity is satisfactorily completed. Once completed satisfactorily you will have the ability to print a certificate with the completion date and credit will be entered into ECE-TRIS within 10 calendar days.

If you are approaching your credential expiration, it is recommended to have all coursework completed and submitted with your renewal application 30 days prior to your expiration. This allows ample time for course feedback and resubmissions of assignments is necessary. Please reach out to the course facilitator if you have any questions.