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Wise Webinar Series: Tools and Strategies to Level Up Online Learning
May 4, 2022
2021-22 Wise Webinar Series
Tools and Strategies to Level Up Online Learning
Getting new employment consultants trained and ready to do the work can be a challenge. How do we train new and existing staff when you’re short on time and resources? This webinar delves into blended learning and how to combine online training with other learning activities to create an effective training program. Learn why creating a culture of learning is important and how to create one using a variety of tools and strategies.
- Explain why creating a culture of learning is important
- Define blended learning
- Identify different tools and strategies to support a culture of learning
Rebecca is the LMS Administrator for Wise and has 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. She started her career inspired by a quote from the movie Say Anything; like Lloyd Dobler, she didn’t want to sell anything, buy anything or process anything. She was motivated by a desire to help people which led to 15 years working for various affordable housing organizations. In 2006 she was introduced to the disability community and ever since has been an enthusiastic advocate, loving family member and believer in focusing on a person’s strengths and what they can do.
Her path crossed with Wise in 2017 when she was the training program manager at Partners for Employment at the University of New Mexico’s Center for Development and Disability. She admired Wise’s fun and creative approach to training and jumped at the opportunity to join the team in 2021.
Rebecca’s career is now focused on Learning and Development and creating accessible and engaging learning experiences for all. As a lifelong learner and supporter of disability rights, she considers herself very lucky to have created a career which combines two of her passions: supporting people with disabilities to find meaningful work and empowering learners to gain new knowledge, skills and abilities.