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Event Details
24 May
2020

Blended Learning Essentials: Developing Digital Skills

Remote Event
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This is a free online course for the Vocational Education and Training sector to support the development of learners’ digital skills in the workplace. 

The course is open to everyone but particularly aimed at those working in the Vocational Education and Training sector, including: further education, skills training, vocational education, workplace learning and lifelong learning or adult education.

Topics: 

Raising awareness of digital skills being used in the workplace

Ways of teaching digital skills

Managing a digital identity

Managing digital information

Creating basic digital content

Creating advanced digital content

Publishing digital content

Collaborative digital content creation

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Professional development event
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
University of Leeds
UCL Institute of Education
Aims and objectives
Almost every job now involves a range of digital skills, yet employers report a shortage in skilled new starters. This course will enable the participant, as a teacher or trainer to develop learners’ digital skills for successful employment and progress in the modern workplace. Through real-life case studies, resources and practical support participants be able to help their learners manage their online identity and digital information required for their work. Participants will be showed how to assist learners to create digital content and provided with tools for communicating effectively and working collaboratively.
Recognition / certification of participation
The CPD Certification Service (member): This course is seeking accreditation from the CPD Certification Service, which will mean it can be used to provide evidence of your continuing professional development.
Attending fee
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