Join us and learn how to save time and reduce stress when developing training programs

How to Save Time and Reduce Stress During the Development Phase of ISD Projects

Friday, February 3, 2017
3 - 4 p.m. EST
Web Session

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There never is enough time to get our work done and we stress over it, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Often we are the cause of the problem… to our project and to ourselves. This session provides tips, techniques, demonstrations and even free software that can help.

  1. Learn how to Improve Your Development Phase Work Process
  2. Learn how to Save Time by Automating Repetitive Tasks
  3. Get tips for How to Use Microsoft Word Like the Pros Do
  4. Explore demos of Productivity Software You Should Know About

Are you going to San Diego for Training 2017?

We will be exhibiting and presenting.

Stop by Booth 519 to see our NEW TOOLS for Instructional Designers and Contractors.

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Session: Save time and Reduce Stress during Development

Jan. 30 at 12:45 Session SS06
Richard Michaels, Microsoft MVP and Work Process Automation Expert

There never is enough time to get our work done and we stress over it, but it doesn't have to be that way. Often we are the cause of the problem... to our project and to ourselves. This session provides tips, techniques, demonstrations and even free software that can help. You'll learn how to:

  1. Improve Your Development Phase Work Process
  2. Save Time by Automating Repetitive Tasks
  3. Use Microsoft Word Like the Pros Do

It's conference time again! Please join us!

Check out our new tools for
Instructional Designers & Contractors.

ATD TechKnowledge

Booth 301

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Session: 3 Ways to Build Excellent Virtual and Traditional Classroom Facilitator Guides in Half the Time

Wed. Jan 11 at 1 p.m. Session W22EXD

Whether your classroom is virtual or traditional, nothing is harder than building a facilitator guide that any facilitator can use to consistently deliver instruction, staying on track and on time. Scripting content, annotating and tracking time, and building a visually compelling document are the foundations of facilitator guides that deliver, and the key tasks this session will address.