When you’re applying for an L&D job, how do you best position yourself to get a call from a recruiter or hiring manager? Experienced HR professional, Maria Leggett, offers her insights in today’s podcast.
If you’re looking to pivot into a role in the corporate training or learning and development space, today’s podcast will give you some insights and questions to think about.
Have you ever found yourself looking at careers in learning and development, but aren’t sure what jobs there are in the field? Or maybe you are a K-12 teacher and want to transfer your skills to the adult learning space? This blog post shares some of the roles, potential titles, and questions to ask yourself […]
Going from classroom teacher to corporate trainer brings a lot of transferable skills from one role to the next. Going from classroom teacher to elearning designer is a bit more of a transition.
Going out on your own or trying to convert that side hustle into a full time training consultancy can be an exciting idea, but there are definitely some challenges you’ll want to think about.
Are you just looking for a few resources, activity ideas and templates to help design your next training program. Here’s a “crash course” for you!
Whether the person requesting an eLearning module is part of your organization, or it’s a client outside of your organization, we’ve found that eLearning projects are most successful when you (the designer/developer) and the eLearning requester work closely as part of a team.
Yes, we should know a lot about presentation skills and adult learning if we’re in the L&D field. We should also know something about the industry we’re developing training for.
Wondering where you might find your dream job in the field of learning and development? Today’s podcast offers some thoughts on where to begin looking.
There seem to be a lot of teachers at a career crossroads, looking to transition from the classroom to the training room. If you (or someone you know) falls into this category, today’s post might be helpful.