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Author: April Brown

Microlearning

Have you ever watched a YouTube video to learn something quickly?  Maybe to fix a leaky faucet or even to clean a stubborn stain? Did you jump to a

Professional Development Opportunities

These are some opportunities for professional development. However, if you are wanting to use these hours for credit*, you must seek the proper approval routes. Be sure to check

School Age Trainings

Interested in offering School Age Trainings? Here is some information that may be helpful: There are 1,579 after school programs in the state of Kentucky that serve 78,912 students.

Debating as a Training Method

As trainers you want to have many training methods in your tool box. One that is rarely used in trainings is debate. If you recently went through FET you

Timing in Training

922 KAR 2:240 requires that trainings be at least one hour and can then be increased in increments of 15 minutes. As a Credentialed Trainer, it is your responsibility

Independent Studies: What You Need to Know

As training continues to shift to an online world, do you know the different types of online trainings? One type is the Independent Study. What is an Independent Study?

Summer FET in Berea!

It was such a honor to hold our first face-to-face FET since pre-pandemic at Boone Tavern in Berea, Kentucky on September 23rd. We had 25 participants from around the

Professional Development Opportunities

These are some opportunities for professional development. However, if you are wanting to use these hours for credit*, you must seek the proper approval routes. Be sure to check

Compelling Closings

Your closing is your opportunity to reinforce key training concepts and encourage your trainees to plan for implementation. If your learners don’t take time during your session to think

Tips for Going Back to In-Person Training

Returning to Face-to-Face Training? Some things to remember as we see more and more trainings return to the face-to-face format. *Provide hand sanitizer. *If you put candy on the