Grow Your eLearning Program With These Four Trainings

Are you creating a brand new online member program?

Or, are you looking to expand your current offerings?

Find strategies for successful eLearning design and much more with four new high quality trainings from iCohere. In these online sessions, we cover everything from developing a successful eLearning program business model to securing event sponsorhips. Join here to gain free membership to the iCohere Academy, a collaborative training center for professional learning and virtual meetings, now with over 1100 active members.

Take a look at some other webinars you can view:

Webinar: Grow Sponsorships, Attendance and Revenue for your Virtual Conference

Free Webinar 
Hosting a virtual or hybrid event makes it possible for more people to attend, but it doesn’t mean they will. To be successful, you need a solid marketing strategy to recruit the right sponsors and grow your attendance. In 30 minutes, we show you the key sponsor benefits to highlight, new ways to tie sponsors to event marketing, and we go behind the scenes to look at all the places to promote your sponsors in a virtual/hybrid event. Your Host: Lance A. Simon, CVEP, iCohere’s Executive Vice President. Join now!

Webinar: The ‘Secret Sauce’ for Building a Successful Online Community

Free Webinar
Wondering how to build a successful online community? Steal secrets your brand can follow from three successful online communities. In 30 minutes, we go behind the scenes of two association communities and the iCohere Academy. Everyone who registers also receives a free copy of “A Guide To Creating Successful Online Communities.” Your Host: Lance A. Simon, CVEP, iCohere’s Executive Vice President. Join now!

Webinar: Multi-Media Solutions for More Effective eLearning Programs

Free Webinar
If your audience isn’t engaged, your eLearning program won’t be successful. Build a dynamic eLearning ecosystem with strategic use of multimedia. In this webinar, we show how multimedia enhances and supports the eLearning process. We look at a variety of multimedia options including videos, presentations, live streams, screen sharing, interactive quizzes, live chats and more.? This is a new webinar produced for the iCohere Academy based on latest trends in eLearning. All in 30 minutesguaranteed! Your Host: Lance A. Simon, CVEP, iCohere’s Executive Vice President. Join now!

Unified Learning Design Studio: eLearning Program Business Models, What Works?

Free Webinar With Special Guest Dr. Amanda Batson, ADB Partners
Unified Learning Design Studio is a 10-part webinar series focused on designing a robust eLearning program. Register now to gain access to all recordings and material. In this session, Dr. Batson covers eLearning Program Business Models and how to craft a one-page business case. This series is packed with resources, tools and templates. Don’t miss out on this high quality training series.

 

Join here for free to see Dr. Batson’s complete webinar on ‘Making the Business Case’, and you also automatically gain access to the entire series of webinars, and all tools & templates.

After registration:
Logon to the ‘iCohere Academy
Select ‘ULD Studio’.
Select ‘ Session 5’
*You may have to download ‘WebEx’ to view this. Don’t worry, it is fast and free.

Join Lance Simon and me (Dr. Amanda Batson, ADB Partners, LLC) in Unified Learning Design Studio. Our free 10-part webinar series will expand your curriculum horizons and take your organization’s eLearning to even greater heights.  See you in ULD Studio!

This post first appeared on the Peak 8 Learning Blog on adbpartners.net.

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