Tune in to this podcast to fine-tune your e-Learning design skills

Tune in to this podcast to fine-tune your e-Learning design skills

ITCILO launches podcast series on online learning design for the world of work

Tune in to this podcast

Amir is a project manager with little time to spare -- what else is new? His calendar is filled with meetings, webinars, and conferences.

His main task right now is to design an engaging online course for project managers in the Arab States region. Although there are lots of free tools available, what he really wants is to hear from people who have already done it, so he can learn from their experiences.

Our new podcast is for the Amirs out there. The people who are searching for tips and tricks, who want to hear from experts in the field, who have all the tools but can’t quite figure out how to apply them.

If you like storytelling and problem solving, tune in to the e-Learning Design podcast to get started on the right track. 

For the past 55 years, the ITCILO has been at the forefront of training technology. 

Today, its Learning Innovation programme has recently launched a  podcast series to share the career path and stories of professionals who used a variety of tools and e-strategies to develop effective and memorable online learning experiences.

The e-Learning Design series aims to inspire and motivate capacity building professionals who are seeking to design and implement online training and meetings in the most effective way alike. 

Each episode features an interview with a capacity building  professional and delves into the multi-faceted e-Learning landscape by exploring their career journeys and sharing concrete tips on how to boost an e-Learning strategy for the development sector.. 

With themes varying from creativity to gamification techniques, visual development to mainstreaming inclusion and gender equality, the episodes highlight different jobs and roles across a wide range of sectors.  Microlearning formats and tools, augmented and virtual reality, online presentations, and webinar fatigue are just a few of the topics this podcast covers.

Are you convinced yet? 

Listen to these clips, extracted directly from the podcast, to get a better idea of what awaits you:

When it comes to learning modalities, the Learning Innovation Programme is constantly tuned into the latest innovative technologies and methodologies for the future of work. 

The e-Learning Design series, hosted by Alessia Messuti, ITCILO e-Learning Innovation Expert, is a user-friendly, accessible and unique communication product and tool. 

More importantly, it is a highly anticipated convergence of experiences and expertise

You can find the full series on Anchor, Breaker, Google Podcasts, RadioPublic, and Spotify.

Follow @ITCILO to vote on the topics of the next episodes to be recorded!