Virtual Presentations that Work: Be a Rock Star from Afar Guest contributor, Chris Coladonato, shares tips on how to engage your audience in a virtual presentation or learning environment.
Since VTA 8.0 got such a great makeover, we decided to spruce up the Online Certificate program, its instructions and templates.
There are other ways to associate or generate a completion certificate in VTA. For example:
•A modified Attendance Report can create a certificate for each student.
•You can scan hard-copies and associate them as Roster Documents so students, supervisors and instructors can access them in Learner.
Using the VTA Online Certificate program is still the easiest method to get a completion certificate into your students’ hands so we hope the 2017 updates help make that easier for you.
We’re pleased to have guest contributor Debbie Richards, president of Creative Interactive Ideas and an ATD Houston chapter board member, recapping the inaugural FocusOn Learning Conference! Her unique insights and viewpoint add a different dimension to this conference. Debbie was named one of the most influential…
Our guest contributor this month is Brian Dusablon. Most people call him Duce (and, in games and forums, Motherduce). He’s a dad, coach, geek, athlete, entrepreneur, volunteer, designer. He also happens to love rugby, Apple, WordPress, the Cubs, motorcycles and craft beer….
Learning Solutions Conference 2016 – expectations before the journey This month’s ‘Learning Corner’ guest contributor is Monica Savage, President of Obsidian, who has a structured yet flexible approach to efficient organization and successful management of complex processes and organizations. She gained most of…