Clark Training & Consulting offers a full spectrum of training for workforce learning and development professionals. Workshops and keynotes focus on performance and training needs assessment, design of synchronous and self study e-learning, design, development and evaluation of classroom learning, and adult learning psychology. Presentations and workshops available
via in-person classes, individual self-study, or small group virtual classroom delivery. Dr. Clark offers consulting by previewing your e-learning products or goals and evaluating your courses or offering customized design-development consultation.
Our specialty is Evidence-based Training Methods. Ruth Clark’s books and workshops incorporate the most current research evidence on what works in workforce instructional environments. We offer research-based guidelines for creating effective training courses for classroom or multimedia workforce learning. Check out our biggest selling course: How to Plan, Develop, and Evaluate Training - available for individual self-study, small group blended learning or 4 day onsite sessions.
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- New Blogs on online agents, social presence in e-learning, placement of text and visuals
|Learn the What, When, Why, and How of Scenario-based e-learning.|
2. In-person Presentation
May 19th, 2013 Dallas ASTD ICE
3. Schedule on-site or virtual workshop for your team
E-Learning Guild Webinar Presentation: Multimedia Learning Research: Foundation for Evidence-based ISD
February 21: I will overview the evolution of multimedia research: Lessons learned from 30 years of evidence.
Perfect for individuals or global teams: Take this course at your own pace
Each participant will complete a lesson using content from their organization during the class.
Includes skills in: Job and task analysis, writing learning objectives, outlining content,
identifying content types, writing lesson handouts and exercises, evaluating your training.
"I now see a clearer picture of what I need to focus my efforts on"