Membership Webinar "Training Outcomes: Design Elements that Foster Content Adoption"

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We invite you to join ACRE member Cary Griffin on Thursday March 13 from 9 to 10:30 am Pacific time for a membership webinar on “Training Outcomes: Design Elements that Foster Content Adoption.”  This interactive session will address:

  • Tying technical consultation to training (Moving from trainer to technician)
  • Creating outcome measures and milestones € Knowing your role and the expectations of the customer Challenging leaders to “Hire the Person, Not the Potential” (Getting at Turnover & Competence) Engaging top management in training and implementation


I have attached Cary¹s biography to this email, but he is already well known to most of us as a prolific trainer, writer and speaker on behalf of people with disabilities, particularly in the areas of career development, customized employment, and self-employment.  Cary is Senior Partner at Griffin-Hammis Associates, a full service consultancy specializing in building communities of economic cooperation, creating high performance organizations, and focusing on disability and employment; and is currently writing a new book on career planning tentatively titled: Your Vocational Themes: Going Where The Career Make Sense.

Here¹s what you need to know to participate:

  1. There is no fee for this webinar
  2. Email me at lhf4@uw.edu to be added to the participant list.
  3. Webinar/teleconference access codes will be emailed out approximately two days before the session.
  4. This webinar is being offered as a benefit of ACRE membership.  You may have as many participants as you like, but please do not invite non- members at this time.
  5. If you need disability-related accommodations in order to participate, please let me know by February 28th.
  6. Time zone info (because I usually do it wrong): 9-10:30 Pacific time, 10-11:30 Mountain, 11-12:30 Central, 12-1:30 Eastern


Questions?  Give me a call or drop me a line!

Laurie (on behalf of the ACRE training team)

Laurie Ford, Director
TACE Northwest
Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation University of
Washington
6912 220th SW, Suite 105
Mountlake Terrace, WA  98043

Cary's Bio

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03/13/2014