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Microlearning - Tiny Training That Packs a Practical Punch

Attention is the modern-day workplace currency, so join us as we explore the power of microlearning to unlock your workforce’s full potential. At this webinar, we delve into the principles and practice of microlearning and its benefits for delivering bite-sized, focused content for targeted, just-in-time workplace training.


We’ll look at practical examples of how microlearning addresses learners' needs for flexibility, engagement, and knowledge retention.

So join us and find out why this tiny training format packs a real punch and can be the ideal solution for the fast-paced modern workplace.

During this session you will find out:

  • What is microlearning? Which contexts is it best for? 

  • Why microlearning? The science behind it and the business value

  • What well-designed microlearning looks like

  • How I structure my microlearning courses

  • A word on AI and microlearning

All participants will receive a certificates of attendance. Don't miss out!

See you at the webinar!


About the presenter

Henno Kotze

Henno is an award-winning learning experience designer and digital education specialist striving to create positive learning outcomes wherever he goes. In his role at Nexefy, Henno harness the powerful combination of storytelling, learning science, gamification, and design thinking to create engaging and high-quality learning experiences with my talented project team. He has consulted, presented, and published extensively on ed-tech for various prominent organisations, including the Australian Government’s Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Cambridge University Press, English Australia, and the International Society for Technology in Education. Henno’s experience includes spearheading the design and delivery of the IELTSx MOOC on the edX platform, with over 1.2 million users to date and rated the 8th most popular online course of all time. He is the founder of the English Australia Ed-Tech Special Interest Group and facilitated the Ed-Tech Symposium, an annual online event that brings together the best and brightest from the #EdTechinELT world for three days of world-class professional development.

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