Introduction and Summary Scripts for Virtual Instruction: Safety in the Manufacturing Industry

Endings and beginnings are more important than middles. This is particularly true in virtual instruction where you are not physically present to excite your audience. Beginning on a high note and ending with a “bang” will not happen by accident! You need to plan for it. After years of successfully developing and presenting virtual instruction, I have found that the foundations of a firecracker virtual training class are lighting rod introduction and summary scripts.

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Introduction and Summary Scripts for Virtual Instruction: Loan Representative Training in the Financial Services Industry

Endings and beginnings are more important than middles. This is particularly true in virtual instruction where you are not physically present to excite your audience. Beginning on a high note and ending with a “bang” will not happen by accident! You need to plan for it. After years of successfully developing and presenting virtual instruction, I have found that the foundations of a firecracker virtual training class are lighting rod introduction and summary scripts.

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Introduction and Summary Scripts for Virtual Instruction: New Product Introduction Training in the High-Technology Industry

Endings and beginnings are more important than middles. This is particularly true in virtual instruction where you are not physically present to excite your audience. Beginning on a high note and ending with a Bang will not happen by accident! You need to plan for it. After years of successfully developing and presenting virtual instruction, I have found that the foundation of a firecracker virtual training class are lighting rod introduction and summary scripts.

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To Centralize or Not to Centralize? That is the Question!

In some companies, Training and content development is accomplished by a centralized function that reports into corporate. In others, these tasks are performed by smaller groups reporting into the individual business units.

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Teaching the Tool Not the Job

Why do content developers confuse teaching people to analyze business problems or generate meaningful reports with using sophisticated computer applications or new equipment? You can’t just give someone the ingredients and hope that will bake a good cake.

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