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    Learning Dynamics for Instructors

    The next available session of LDI will be offered in November.

    The session will be hosted by APICS HQ (location TBD).   Watch here for additional information as it becomes avaialble.


    Learning Dynamics for Instructors (LDI)

     The Northeast District of APICS will be hosting a Learning Dynamics for Instructors (LDI) class following the District meeting in Southbury, CT. The course will be taught by Mike Ford and Joe Shedlawski.

    The cost for the course is $525 including participant materials, continental breakfasts, and lunches both days. The class size is limited; therefore, registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Registration fee is $525. In order to register, send a check for $525, made out to APICS-Northeast District, to Reed DuBow, 7 Highland Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ 07403. A course description follows, below. For more information, contact Joe Shedlawski here..

    The APICS LDI class examines the dynamics of the classroom and describes techniques to maximize learning. This course builds on the foundation developed in the prerequisite APICS Train the Trainer (TTT) course.

    APICS workshop participants gain a better understanding of learning principles and styles. Discover how to select appropriate training methods, enhance listening and questioning skills, use feedback, and handle challenging situations. Workshop participants are involved in several interactive experiences throughout the two-day APICS class.

    This interactive two-day, eight-session, hands-on APICS workshop includes

    identifying the elements of an effective and positive learning environment
    selecting active training methods to maximize learning
    using interactive communication skills to assess and reinforce learning
    developing and practicing strategies for handling problem situations
    enhancing the motivation of learners
    developing a deeper understanding of student's learning styles and how they affect training
    practicing impromptu speaking
    matching training methods to learning objectives
    planning for future instructional skills development