OPTIMIZE YOUR LEARNING TECH STACK.
Technology pervades education — from public schools to Fortune 500 corporations — and the uses of learning technologies, such as learning management systems (LMSs), authoring tools, and e-learning platforms, abound. The Managing Learning Technologies certificate course offers insight into the functions of learning and development (L&D) technologies and demonstrates how they can support learning in your organization. Through an in-depth exploration of the learning technology management life cycle, you’ll gain an understanding of how to select, purchase, implement, maintain and retire learning technologies to improve the business impact of your training organization.
You’ll also learn about the ways that learning technologies contribute to training processes, including administration, content development, training delivery, reporting and more. By the end of the course, you will have performed a complete analysis of your training company’s L&D technologies to identify functional gaps, challenges and opportunities for greater efficiency. As a visible symbol of your newly developed competencies, you’ll receive a certificate and digital badge at the end of the program.
TAKE THE NEXT STEP
Earn your certificate in managing learning technologies and take your career in learning and development to the next level with its specialized focus on your ability to manage your training organization’s technical needs.
Download a copy of the program brochure to learn how this certificate can benefit you and your training function, and contact us if you have any questions.
Training Industry offers discounted rates for groups of two or more as well as the option to have a private session! Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of group development.
Training Industry’s certificates have been pre-approved to fulfill eight Certified Professional in Training Management (CPTM™) recertification credit hours.
Learn how the Managing Learning Technologies certificate can help you earn recertification credits for other leading HR and training certifications, including SHRM, HRCI and ATD credentials.