Training event: One to One work in Learning Development

One to one work with students is a core part of LD work and yet by definition it’s rare that we get to learn how to do it from other Learning Developers.

London Met University: Tuesday 13th March 2018

One to one work with students is a core part of LD work and yet by definition it’s rare that we get to learn how to do it from other Learning Developers.

This training event has been developed for new and early career learning developers, to help you gain an understanding of learning development work in a one to one context, pick up some practical approaches and strategies and share good practice. The training will cover:

  • The aims of one to one work in Learning Development
  • What expertise you need to develop (and how to teach what you don’t know!)
  • Structuring a one to one
  • How to use teaching, coaching, mentoring and active listening skills
  • Working with text
  • Dealing with difficult issues and boundaries

Details :

London Met University    13th March   10:00-16:00  

Places are available to members of ALDinHE only.

Book a place:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/one-to-ones-practice-values-and-the-5ps-of-learning-development-tickets-42529598173

The training has been developed by Dr Helen Webster, head of the Writing Development Centre at Newcastle University, for ALDinHE’s Professional Development Working Group. Helen has been a learning developer for over 10 years. If you have any questions about the event, do get in touch helen.webster@ncl.ac.uk

If you are unable to attend this event, we are exploring running additional 1-2-1 training days in the North in the summer. A ‘taster’ session will also be run at the ALDinHE conference.

Best wishes

Helen

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