Just because you train and assess online does not mean you need to be available 24/7!
There are definite benefits to flexible working arrangements being an online trainer and assessor, however, like anything, there is also a downside. It can come with a set of demands extraordinary outside of the ‘usual’ face-to-face training environment.
Unfortunately, events over the past year or so have meant many trainers and assessors haven’t had a choice, as remote working, at least some of the time, has become the norm. This has seen kitchen benches, lounge rooms and other spare corners of the house being substituted for the office environment, and this has seen many trainers and assessors working more hours in front of a screen.
So as we try to settle into this ‘new normal’, trainers and assessors need to consider how to manage themselves and their time when training and assessing online, while taking advantage of the positives that working online provides.
Join this session with experienced online trainer, assessor and facilitator Allison Miller, to hear about ways to:
Draw healthy boundaries for working online
Set up the right systems for working online
Work smarter through effective online training and assessing strategies (and how to encourage your learners to do the same!)
Maximise the pros and manage the cons of training and assessing online
Participants will receive the handy resource booklet Tips for training and assessing online.
This session is about making explicit - from an online trainer/assessor with years of experience - the time-saving tips and working efficiencies that might not otherwise be apparent for people thrust into or who are new to online working arrangements.
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Allison Miller is the Director and Lead Consultant of Digital Capability, an organisation which specialises in cutting edge online learning and online business strategies and solutions.
Allison has a Master of Learning and Development (Organisational Development), Graduate Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Bachelor of Education (Secondary Business), Diploma of VET, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Diploma of Business, Certificate IV in Business Administration and Certificate III in Government.
Allison has been involved in education and training for over twenty-five years as an educator, e-learning leader and innovator, and as a disruptive change manager. Allison also helps businesses take advantage of opportunities in a digital world through supporting them to think strategically when using digital technologies.
Allison also leads ePortfolios Australia – a professional network which aims to support the use of e-portfolio practice in Australia and beyond through professional development activities and the sharing of research, resources, ideas and practice. In this role, Allison works with individuals from leading educational institutions, both within Australia and in Europe, New Zealand and North America.
Allison specialises in building digital capability in organisations and individuals through action-based learning techniques which utilise creative thinking, collaboration and problem-solving techniques. Allison also uses e-mentoring and e-coaching techniques to develop digital mindsets which embeds digital-first thinking.
Allison also helps educational organisations ensure that their training and assessment is effective, engaging and compliant, especially online.
Allison uses her extensive education and experience to ensure her clients use strategic thinking on e-designs and e-implementations, basing her information on tried and tested current, as well as emerging, digital capability and business development strategies.
Allison’s wide-ranging project management experience ensures the projects she is involved in are successful by being well planned and managed, and that the right stakeholders are consulted, engaged and involved to ensure project goals are achieved.
Allison’s current educator experience includes facilitating fully online, post-graduate ICT programs which enable international students to gain Australian workplace and business experience for the Australian Computer Society. She is also a DeakinCo. Credential Assessor, assessing credentials in a broad range of professional and business areas, up to and including the Master/Expert level. Allison also has experience delivering accredited online training and assessing in the areas of the Diploma in VET, Diploma of Training Design and Development and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment for Swinburne University of Technology, as well as the Certificate II in Business up to Diploma of Business and the Diploma of Business Administration for TAFE SA.
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