Career Learning for Adult Self-Sufficiency (CLASS)

Are you taking advantage of Webinar Learning?

Posted by Youth Services - On July 16, 2010 (EST)

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:

User Comments (4)
On July 20, 2010  Maisha Meminger said:
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

On July 28, 2010  Mallery V. Johnson said:
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.

On August 03, 2010  Dorothy Ansell said:
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.

On September 07, 2010  Lynne Wright said:
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.

A account is required to submit comments. Please login now or sign up for an account.
Login Now
Register Now

Was this resource useful to you?

Modified On : July 16, 2010
Type : Thread
Viewed : 1948
In Relation : Workforce Information

Email to a Friend
Send To (separate by semi-colon)

Personal Message


Get Involved
We need your comments to help our community flourish. Provide your Professional thoughts and opinions by commenting on what interests you.

Commenting Policy
Be sure to check our Comment Policy before participating!