Chapter Learning Event
August 18, 2017
The MicroLearning Intervention
WHEN: Friday, August 18, 2017
WHERE: Midlands Technical College NE
151 Powell Road Columbia, SC 29203
TIME: 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Would you like to learn more about MicroLearning and how to introduce it to your organization?
Well, the August Chapter Learning Event is designed with you in mind!
Join us as Crystalle Ramey provides answers to the following questions:
- When is MicroLearning an appropriate medium to use (or more importantly - when NOT to use)?
- How might I introduce a MicroLearning strategy to my organization(s)?
You will have the opportunity to:
- Participate in a quick activity to evaluate how well you know what solution to recommend based on the learner's "moment of need".
- Review a real-world case study about MicroLearning strategy proposal.
- Have a little fun participating in MicroLearning Madlib!
Crystalle will leverage the wisdom of the group to ensure everyone walks away having learned something they did not know about MicroLearning before attending the session. She will also offer MicroLearning Madlib to answer questions you may have she did not cover.
About the Speaker
Coming to you from Charlotte and Tortal Training, welcome Learning Development professional, Crystalle Ramey!
Crystalle Ramey, Vice President Learning Development, Tortal Training has over 20+ years of Corporate Learning Development experience for companies such as MasterCard International, JPMorgan Chase, Time Warner Cable Business Class, Kelly Services and most recently owned her own company The Bulb Effect. Her roots in adult learning began as a Marksmanship Instructor in the United States Marine Corps and served during the Gulf War and the Somalia Relief Effort. Her experience is complimented by her education; having achieved an AS in International Business at Westchester Community College, a BS in Organizational Development at Manhattanville College and most recently a M.ED in Instructional Systems Technology at UNC Charlotte.
Additionally, she has served a total of five years in various board positions for the ATD Charlotte Chapter. She is also a comedian having opened for several nationally touring comedians.
In her role at Tortal, she serves a team of very talented learner matter experts (LMEs) that focus on building learning experiences. She is passionate about coaching other LMEs how to increase their ability to build learning experiences that inspire behavior change. She regularly attends and speaks at conferences regarding topics that advance the learning profession by empowering learning professionals. Here's her most recent published work:
To learn more about Tortal Training, visit their website at www.tortal.net.
For additional information, contact Jessica Cabrera, Vice President of Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you.