FET 200: Beyond Fundamentals: Using Titles, Descriptions, and Other ECE-TRIS Fields to Set Your Training Up for Success (1.5 hours)

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You’ve spent a lot of time planning an interactive training that leads to lasting workplace change. But entering your training information in ECE-TRIS can feel like an afterthought! In this 1.5-hour independent study session, you will learn how to use the updated tools in ECE-TRIS to set up your training for maximum accuracy and impact. You will practice using meaningful titles, comprehensive descriptions, training types, target audience, core content subject areas and other fields to help learners find you and ensure applicable trainings meet requirements to be considered for incentives like badging and KY All STARS. You will complete a short application activity and will leave with an impactful title, description, and set-up information you can use. This training is designed for credentialed trainers and provides 1.5 hours of “how to train other adults” clock hours.   

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Target Audience

Trainer/Potential Trainer

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Core Content Subject Area

Professional Development/Professionalism

Core Content Competency


Important Information

This course requires the successful completion of a journal and an application activity before completion of the course. This independent study course allows you to work at your own pace, with different ways to access the materials and complete the final activity. The course requires internet access to be fully completed. The journal and application activity will be reviewed by your Regional Training Coach, and feedback will be provided within 3 working days of submission. 
After successful completion of the course, and all required activities, credit will be entered into ECE-TRIS within 10 calendar days.