More and more training is happening in the workplace, yet thin training markets, such as small businesses and regional/remote workplaces, means that it is not cost effective to offer this type of training to all businesses.

Luckily, through improving high speed broadband, the opportunity to implement workplace online training (iWOT) is becoming a reality and enabling cost-effective workplace online training.

If you are not yet fully equipped to effectively iWOT, attend one of the following professional development opportunities:

iWOT Presentation – Thursday 21 November

This session is being delivered at part of ConVerge 13 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and will cover topics such as: What is iWOT?, How can it support thin markets? and Why is now a good time to iWOT?  Whether all iWOT is the same, what tools best support iWOT, as well as the key considerations for iWOT will also be discussed at this session.

iWOT Webinar – Friday 29 November

This one hour webinar provides an overview of what’s required to implement, support and facilitate workplace online training for thin training markets based on case studies and resources already being used to support this type of training.

Click here to find out more about this webinar, and/or, register to attend this webinar.

Not sure about attending a webinar … see information below.

iWOT Program – March-June 2014

The iWOT program is a fully online 14 week program which provides participants with the strategies and resources to effectively implement training programs for small groups of learners across many worksites.

Successful completion of the iWOT program enables:

  • widening and/or better servicing of existing training markets, especially for thin training markets
  • increasing staff capability to deliver workplace online training as the program is mapped to 4 TAE units & 2 Enterprise Skills Sets
  • better meeting audit requirements for ASQA’s SNR 15 & 16

Click here to find out more about this program, and/or, register to participate in this program.

All three PD programs are aimed at : Training Managers, Teaching and Learning Managers, Trainers and Assessors, Workplace Trainers and Assessors, Educational Designers, Learning Support, and Learning and Development Managers.


Not sure about what attending a ‘webinar’ involves?

A webinar is like attending a face to face presentation but you do it from the comfort of your own desk.  All you need is a computer, laptop or tablet which is connected to the internet.  You will also need a headset with a microphone which you can buy from the large department or electronic store like Dick Smith’s or Officeworks.

Still not sure?

Click here to contact us now and we will arrange a time to work with you to help you ensure attending a webinar is just like attending a face to face presentation.

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