Time: Wednesday, December 15, 2021, 1:00 pm Eastern (12:00 pm Central, 10:00 am Pacific) - one hour
Presenter: Cynthia Clay, CEO, NetSpeed Learning
Cynthia Clay is the CEO of NetSpeed Learning. With over 30 years in training and management development and a passion for using technology in the service of learning, Ms. Clay has channeled her vision into creating NetSpeed Learning, an industry leader in the development of engaging, interactive virtual and hybrid learning programs.
She is a nationally recognized expert in the field of leadership development, collaborative online learning, virtual training delivery, and virtual instructional design. She is the author of the book, Great Webinars: Interactive Learning That Is Captivating, Informative and Fun and a sought-after speaker at industry conferences both face-to-face and virtually.
Skilled web trainers know that in the virtual classroom, what can go wrong will go wrong. Imagine if you responded to those traumatic moments with such finesse that participants not only stayed through your presentation but marveled at your skills. You don’t have to wield a light saber to effectively run a virtual classroom event. Join Cynthia Clay and Matt Boblett in this one-hour webinar to explore the tips and tricks of savvy webinar presenters and producers, otherwise known as experienced Jedi Masters!
Learn why great virtual trainers partner with a producer, and what the producer does in the background to keep the web workshop running smoothly. Plan for trouble-free transitions into breakout rooms for your virtual learning courses. Take away a webinar production checklist to expertly plan for and run mistake-free web training sessions.
The presenters have successfully delivered hundreds of webinars in multiple web conference platforms (Adobe Connect, Zoom, Webex, etc.) using the techniques provided in this session. In 13 years, they’ve rarely had to cancel or reschedule a virtual training session due to technology trauma.
By the end of this one-hour webinar, you will be able to:
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