Become a Modern Classroom Expert
Register for the Modern Classroom Certified Trainer (MCCT) online class for only $95 (90% discount rate). The price includes the course, exam, and optional certification.
Two Dates Available
Date: July 14, 2020 or July 22, 2020
Time: 1:00 PM EST
Duration: 3.5 hours
TTA has partnered with Logical Operations to offer a Virtual Education Course. This three-and-a-half-hour class will be focused on the best practices for remote delivery. This course will give you the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively facilitate learning by delivering content in a number of modalities; face-to-face sessions, remote sessions, mixed learning environments, and asynchronous sessions.
With the Modern Classroom Certified Trainer (MCCT) course you will learn the key challenges of remote education and how to master them:
- The Role of Technology – while a face-to-face instructor might use technology, in the virtual classroom, technology becomes the main platform.
- Managing a Virtual Classroom – the ability to manage the classroom including monitor learner progress, and troubleshoot common technical and learner issues.
- Engaging Learners – different strategies are needed to engage and build a rapport with learners the instructor cannot see.
- Multitasking – instructors need to simultaneously present, engage learners, and use the technology platform.
View the course outline: https://thetrainingassociates.com/Course-Outline-Modern-Classroom-Trainer
TTA Learning Conference 2019
TTA Learning Conference 2019
Verve Crowne Plaza, Natick, MA
September 25, 2019
This past September (2019) TTA held the TTA Learning Conference at the Crowne Plaza in Natick, MA. The day started off with a bang when Ken Taylor, President of the Training Industry, Inc. spoke about current learning trends and shared an insightful snapshot of the L&D industry. The conference featured educational seminars, led by leaders and industry professionals who spoke on a variety of current, compelling, and innovative topics. Each session provided key insight to help attendees become better leaders in the L&D world. The day consisted of a remarkable mix of professionals, lots of fun, and great networking opportunities.
If you weren’t able to join us at the conference, take a look at our blog, ‘Insights and Takeaways from the TTA Learning Conference’, which highlights some of the key take-aways from each of our presenters.
TTA had ambitious plans for the TTA Learning Conference, and we are thrilled that our plans came to fruition and the day was even better than we’d hoped.
Here’s what some of our attendees had to say about the show:
“The timing and flow of the day was great. The connection of content between different presenters and there were great opportunities to network with other professionals.
“Speakers were top-notch!”
“I was able to hear from experts in many different industries.”
“TTA’s team was very upbeat, friendly, and welcoming. I got to learn more about TTA and I enjoyed the speakers as well.”
“Everyone was so welcoming and friendly which made the event more fun. It was also great to have the cocktail hour so we could interface with the presenters.”