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Setting up a group for listing training programmes and workshops

A group to create guidelines for listing forthcoming training courses and events.

 

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Latest Activity: Sep 1, 2013

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Suppose we had a section among these groups where you can find a list of workshops, training programmes, seminars and other learning initiatives: 

 

What kind of information would you like to find in there?

 

In the Steering Group we decided to ask for opinions on what the guidelines for this group should be.  Please let us know what you’d like to see included, and what should be excluded.

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Testing out announcing SF trainings on the SOL-List 1 Reply

As you might have notices on the list I am running a test on announcing trainings. Below I have copied the text from my mail and I invite you to add you thoughts and impressions on what happens (and…Continue

Started by Jesper H Christiansen. Last reply by Jesper H Christiansen Oct 30, 2011.

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Comment by michael cardus on October 2, 2011 at 23:10
I think thiis is a wonderful idea and adding some structure to it will help.
Comment by Katalin Hankovszky on May 30, 2011 at 4:56

what else do we need to think of, before it can start happening?

 

2 thoughts from the Steering Group discussion on this topic

-trainings listed here should have a clear connection to SF work >>> might mean for Jesper+Christine's list:

  • how is this relevant for SF work

-this group should be a closed group, which would allow

  • to all those, who does not want to read marketing messages not to do so,
  • to those, who sign up, to decide, if they want a notification each time something new is posted, 
  • the 'latest activity' section on the main page to remain without adertisements

i think announcing great repeating courses is also useful for users, would mean for Jesper+Christine's list something like:

  • freequency: only this time/once a year .... ??
Comment by Peter Szabo on May 28, 2011 at 10:11

I like Bart's idea of announcing new and special occasions.

here's an example of what I mean:

Harry Korman will present his Micro-Analysis research results in a two day workshop in Basel December 8th/9th 2011

After his excellent pre-conference workshop in Balatonfüred I am convinced that spreading his findings is highly relevant and useful for our community.

Maybe it is a good idea to have a devoted sponsor announce the workshops instead of promoting one's own stuff.

what do you think?

warmly

peter 

Comment by riccardo benardon on May 26, 2011 at 6:30
I like the symbol "thinking box", I see, behind it, a "provocation" to think to learn to think and to coach "thinking differently" (solution focus thinking)...
Comment by riccardo benardon on May 26, 2011 at 6:22

I feel that the learning world need a quantic jump, many companies ask for a new and more incisive approach, so, what I'd like to see are points like:

1 - what makes the difference/distinctivity

2 - how is it possible to measure the impacts on the daybyday work/life

3 - spacial impact (now toward other ....) and temporal ones (in the future)

aso

 

Comment by Claudio Aloisio on May 25, 2011 at 10:49

Jesper and Christine developed a complete checklist.

I would add not to forget to specify if it is a workshop, a seminar, a training, or whatever.

Comment by Christine Kuch on May 24, 2011 at 22:58

I like Jesper's wish for information and would add to

2. Short description including the goals/benefits of the training...

5. Dates and Duration (half day/...)

Regular courses should be mentioned once a year (or other period).

 

 

 

Comment by Jesper H Christiansen on May 24, 2011 at 18:57

My wish for information about training is:

 

1. Headline

2. Short description of the training if not obvious in the headline (2-3 sentences)

3. Language of the training

4. Country + city

5. Date(s)

6. Website URL and/or contact mail

 

I take it as obvious that all training showed has a strong SF approach.

Comment by Bart van Loon on May 24, 2011 at 15:32
I would like to see new trainings and newly developped trainings and not so much a list of all the trainings that are promoted; a link to the trainers website would suffice to see the trainingschedule.
Comment by Marco Matera on May 24, 2011 at 15:30

Suppose we had a section among these groups where you can find a list of workshops, training programmes, seminars and other learning initiatives:  What kind of information would you like to find in there?

 

In the Steering Group we decided to ask for opinions on what the guidelines for this group should be.  Please let us know what you’d like to see included, and what should be excluded.

 

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