"Instructional Design: How to Sell the Real Value" presented by Dick Handshaw

  • Tuesday, November 15, 2011
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • University Center, 225 Pleasantburg, Greenville, SC

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Dick Handshaw of Handshaw, Incorporated joins The Upstate SC Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development to present one of his featured programs -  Instructional Design: How to Sell the Real Value.

Is instructional design still relevant in today’s “do more with less” business environment? Do old, established models like ADDIE still have value in light of new types of media and new modes of communication? Does anyone have time to really do design?

 

In this session, Dick Handshaw will share 25 years of experience applying instructional design to various audiences, challenges, and technologies. Participants will explore the state of instructional design in today’s environment – and learn how to create and communicate the value and impact of real design in any learning initiative.

 

For a preview of the information to come, please visit Dick's website www.dhandshaw.com

 

Please join us for this special evening of skills sharpening, technical enrichment, and professional development!



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