3rd Thursday of Every Month at 9 AM Central
Please join us for an informal chat. You must register, if you want to get the link to join.
THRIVE! How to Start Your Own Business in a Gig Economy
This 12-hour online workshop is delivered in three 4-hour segments scheduled on Mondays between 4:30 and 8:30 PM central time starting Jan. 25th. The workshop is for new entrepreneurs starting their own company, freelancers, and independent contractors. The benefits to you are:
The goals of the program are to help you in your journey into the Gig Economy by learning how to:
How the program works
The program starts with a virtual overview to give you a taste of the Gig Economy. Next is a 12-hour virtual workshop delivered in three 4-hour segments with the option of a series of personal coaching sessions. The sessions are scheduled from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM central time.
4th Wednesday with Judy
Innovations in Performance-Based Testing
Performance Improvement in Action
The Center continues to offer the monthly 4th Wednesday series on best practices, trends, and innovation. The 4th Wednesday also provide professionals a platform to tell their story of how they applied the Human Performance Improvement Standards (HPT) promoted b ISPI. This months presenters are Judith Hale, PhD., CPT and Veronika Shestakova, MS, CPT.
Register now and you will receive a meeting invitation with your confirmation. You will be able to log on 15 minutes early to check your connection.
February 3 & 4, 10-4:30 CDT
This two-day virtual workshop covers the basics for creating and managing a certification program. You will go through a 12-step process beginning with defining the need, target audience, and success metrics and ending with measuring and reporting results. The workshop materials include 12 job aids that you can modify to meet your requirements. The aids, templates, guidelines, and checklists, include the business case, governance, administration, ethics, and maintenance. The workshop is based on the award winning book Performance-Based Certification: how to build a valid, defensible, cost-effective program, written by Judith Hale and published by Wiley.
You will learn:
1. Learn what to consider when designing and implementing a certification program.
2. Learn how to help clients develop the essential elements.
3. Learn how to show clients how to correlate certification to business results.
4. Learn how to help clients avoid the 10 most frequently made mistakes.
Contact Judy@HaleCenter.org,if you have questions or want an in-house program for your team.
Part of the Consulting Series
Wish you had known earlier? Wish you were better prepared to join the conversation? This 3-hour workshop is part of the consulting series for internal and external consultants. It explains 8 risk management strategies designed to identify hazards and reduce exposure. The strategies include risk to people, property, finances, and intellectual assets. The workshop is designed to help internal and external consultants earn a seat at the table.
Objectives are for you, with the help of guidelines and in collaboration with clients, to:
The fee is $175 and $155 for Professional and ISPI members
March 3 & 4
Intended audience: Professionals who are tasked with designing and conducting studies to identify and validate knowledge, skills, and competencies required for creating valid assessments, training events, and job descriptions.
Given a mandate to oversee or develop a credential; and given the need to identify and validate the knowledge, skills, and competencies of the target audience, during this practicum-based workshop, you will learn to:
The fee includes a digital copy of the Job, Task, and Cognitive Analyses Workbook containing a dozen rules, guidelines, and templates.
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