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Youth Services
Posted: Jul 16,2010 02:53PM
Joined: 06/30/2010
Posts: 22
Webinars has transformed the way in which we do business and exchange information across the country. Not only can you learn virtually, but if you missed any session, or need a refresher, you are able to go back into the “Archives.”

Have you, or your organization, taken part in any of the recent Workforce3One learning opportunities?

-Registered Apprenticeship and Green: Building the New Economy, 05/25/2010

-WIRED TAT Webinar Series: Jobs and Career Ladders for the Hard to Serve, 06/10/2010

-On-the-Job Training Tool Kit, 07/16/2010

-Effective Partnerships between the Public Workforce System and Libraries, 07/19/10
07/21/2010

-AHA! Allied Health Access: How to Develop Programs for Youth in Allied Health Careers,

Why, or why not?

For more information on webinars hosted by the Department of Labor, visit: www.worforce3one.org
Maisha Meminger
Posted: Jul 20,2010 09:59AM
Joined: 02/10/2005
Posts: 210
Webinars are great- however, depending on what the topis is, many times the session fills up. I prefer to be on a webinar live and in real time-- I am not sure I enjoy viewing archived webinar unless required
Mallery V. Johnson
Posted: Jul 28,2010 10:41AM
Joined: 01/25/2008
Posts: 2
I love webinars. I suggested a webinar for new youth grantees to learn about financial reporting responsibilities and scheduled a Q & A session for later. I will be conducting the Q & A today. I’ll let you know how it worked out after the session.
Dorothy Ansell
Posted: Aug 03,2010 11:40AM
Joined: 01/12/2009
Posts: 2
We are beginning to actively participate in webinars. As a "stand-up trainer" I find it challenging to engage people that I can't see. So, we have worked to incorporate polling questions to "read" the audience and determine what information is interesting to them and fits with their learning needs.
Lynne Wright
Posted: Sep 07,2010 04:49PM
Joined: 07/28/2010
Posts: 2
Can't wait to hear Mallery's results from the Q&A. One collaborative effort between a university and an area high school is utilizing this technology to engage high school students to build presentation skills that will enhance their college success and job opportunities.